– An Alternative Provision Program for schools
– Learning the skills students need to be successful in life
KRS wants to help students who struggle in mainstream education?
Our KRS alternative provision is delivered across 2 sites.
Our first site is KS2 SEND focussed – We keep this to 5 students so each student can be directly focused on, enhancing strength and strengthening any weaknesses.
In a classroom designed around group work with plenty of time spent individually working towards their strengths in order for them all to receive support from our teachers/intervention specialists as well as get individualised attention when needed;
It’s no wonder that kids are proud of themselves once they’ve achieved something!
Site 2 KS 2 – 4 With a larger capacity and excellent facilities, this second site is built for larger groups. It has fantastic breakout areas that will cover KS2-4 to enable students the opportunity of gaining their knowledge with more inspiration around every corner!
Purpose-built so it can support sport even after hours as well as rooms where children have an extremely comfortable atmosphere filled only by excellence all through personal development – what else could you want from your educational experience?
Perfect for hard-to-reach students to Engage, Educate and Exercise in a different surrounding
KRS wants to help students with mental health issues and learning disabilities achieve in life?
Our curriculum for students with SEND needs is looking to personalise their learning and get them involved in small qualifications leading up towards a chance at an apprenticeship and onto gainful employment. Parents with SEND children suffer great anxiety worrying about their child when they leave school and what future they will have.
Schools have amazing departments that focus on those who have Special Education Needs and Disabilities, but we know this doesn’t always work out as planned- some children struggle, have issues with their peers, struggle with anxiety and too many people around them, either way there’s no time like now!
Why KRS Education?
KRS Education is founded with the mission of being 100% dedicated to providing excellent support for schools, to support them and their SEND students when they are struggling and may need a small break from mainstream school.
At KRS Education, we integrate learning working towards a clear goal, a goal which will give them an increased chance of employment, with hands-on-experience. With Over a decade working with students and engaging them in different ways, we provide full lesson plans and progress reports for school.
If we could arrange a good time to chat would be great and see how we can support, you in the best possible way.
We are a team of professionals who will be working together to provide alternative education for students. Our program is designed around the human aspects of learning and teaching, rather than only focusing on curriculum lessons like traditional schools do. This means that we can offer life skills and support to our students as they grow into successful adults.
Our alternative provision program is designed to support students through their time at school by offering them life skills that they may not get elsewhere. This means we’re able to provide more than just curriculum-focused lessons; instead, we offer opportunities to engage in real-life working and business opportunities. The aim is to get enough small qualifications for SEND students to enter an apprenticeship and avoid becoming a NEET.
We believe this approach helps build self-confidence and resilience so that when it comes time for these students to leave us they are ready for whatever comes next in their lives.
Working With Schools, Parents and Students we know we can give students a future.
We deliver in very small groups for maximum progress.
Interventions – On and Off Site
We have a unique programme for students, working with young people who have troubles at school and because of it, their education is suffering as well as those around them.
We find out “why” they act up—from bullying to mental health issues like depression or anxiety–and we work on strategies so that the behaviour does not continue in future situations.
Finally, by engaging in schoolwork together during our sessions students can learn how important studying hard really is!
Reporting Back on every student we work with in detail.
Increase School Attendance
What would happen if you got more help with your attendance issues in school starting now?
The Attendance Plan is a program that helps students who are struggling to keep up their attendance. The plan works through an interactive, step-by-step process: we create the attendance plan based on what’s going well and not so well for each student; then work together as partners overtime to make sure they’re staying on track
- Working with the student
- Create a Working Plan
- Working with Parents
- Working with School
Comprehensive Reports supplied to all over progress
Building Students Confidence
Through our programme, we build resilience in the most vulnerable students by teaching them to feel confident and self-assured. We provide mental health support for anxiety as well as low self-esteem so that they can finally be happy again!
- Mental Health Support
- Anxiety Support
It’s awful young people end up in a place they don’t believe they can talk to anyone. This program builds confidence and trust and we liaise with schools all the way through their time with us.
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