The Engage programme works with students aged between 9 and 15 who are struggling in mainstream education.
The programme was founded in 2015 with the support of charity Always a Chance, who funded a vital role for the launch and have continued to since. Engage uses practical and classroom-based activities to empower students, increase confidence and give them the skills to improve their life chances.
Our fully-trained staff are highly experienced in working with students with educational attainment issues and behavioural problems. They work closely with the referrer to develop a progression pathway which is specific for each individual student to ensure their individual needs are met.
The objective of the programme is re-engagement and re-integration into mainstream education.
"Engage has been running for several years now and I can already see the impact it has had on the local area; the programme has worked with so many young people in my case load, they should be really proud of the difference they make."Trudy Jones, EOC NCC