We regret to announce that due to government guidance regarding the Coronavirus, Inclusion Hampshire sites at Chineham and Hook are now closed.
From Monday 23rd March we will be providing remote learning resources, support and tuition to all our learners. Letters and work packs with further details on how to access the programmes have been sent to all of our Learners.
Full details on Pre 16 arrangements can be found here.
Post 16 details are available here.
In addition, as many of you may be aware, the government has cancelled GCSE and A-Level exams for Year 11s as part of its response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in the United Kingdom.
Full details of our response to this can be found here and we shall continue to inform and update Learners and Parents via email, phone and on our website.
We thank you all for your understanding and support during these difficult times and look forward to resuming our usual service as soon as practically possible.
If you are feeling anxious or unsure about issues around the Coronavirus then please look at some of the helpful advice from Young Minds https://youngminds.org.uk/blog/what-to-do-if-you-re-anxious-about-coronavirus/
We recognise school or college for some young people can be a difficult environment to cope with when life becomes complicated.
As a specialist education provider, we help young people through small structured teaching groups, to learn and develop in a way that works for them. Everyone is different and every learner will have a different pathway to success.
Across our different sites in North Hampshire, our expert team of Tutors, Counsellors, Therapists and Pastoral Staff build trust with learners, taking into account their needs, to achieve nationally recognised qualifications and ensure change is long term and sustainable.
We specialise in Mental Health and therapeutic support, personalised to meet individual need. Family support is also available through our pastoral team.
Transition back to school, onto college, employment or training is a hugely important step. Learner progress is reviewed regularly and there are lots of opportunities for learners to explore future options and work with us to build a supported transition plan.
At every step of the way with Inclusion Hampshire, we will do all we can to ensure the Learner’s success.
Aims and Objectives:
Supporting Schools, Children’s Services, Colleges and other agencies, Inclusion Hampshire operates a Pre 16 education centre and a separate Post 16 centre, both of which offer safe, secure and supportive environments for young people in need to learn and make progress with their mental health.
We focus on providing individual, holistic emotional and academic support to students, equipping them with the skills, self-belief and motivation for them to make positive changes, achieve qualifications and return to mainstream school or college.
- 11 years of successfully supporting learners with mental health needs to reintegrate back into school or complete their secondary education with us.
- Providing a positive experience of learning structured Maths and English and working towards nationally recognised qualifications.
- Specialist support for learners with special educational needs (SEN) or an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP).
- GDPR compliant.
- Secure online access to daily attendance and progress updates.
- Experienced in leading multi-agency work.
- Staff are experienced in recognising low mood and alleviating anxiety.
- Appropriate environments for learners with behavioural needs or those who are emotionally vulnerable.
Pre 16 Spring Term 2020:
Last day of term: Friday 3rd April
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