We are an Alternative Education Provision that supports young people between the ages of 11 and 18 years of age to learn skills and gain qualifications. We also offer social, emotional and behavioural support to address difficulties. We work with young people and their families to help them be the best they can be, and progress in a way they never thought possible.
Our education provision supports those who experience Special Educational Needs, and we work with local schools and colleges to enable individuals to learn new skills and learn ways of coping with difficulties.
We know that getting a qualification can be a really exciting thing and give huge sense of achievement to the individual completing it. We offer a number of qualifications or sections of qualifications through ASDAN or AQA, so we have a huge array of qualifications we can offer, not just around maths and English but around practical skills, and life skills.
We have in house counsellors and work holistically with each person and their families, so we support the whole family or care circle.
We also offer assessments and reports to enable schools and colleges to work with each person better and enable the young person to stay in mainstream education.
For more information on what we offer please call Mark Winston on 01473 290276
|School address||New Skill Education Centre
2-5 The Drift
Ipswich IP3 9QR
|Contact name for Enquiries||Mark Winston|
|Safeguarding enquiries||Mark Winston
|Admissions Arrangements||All pupils will be considered for admission to the school providing the criteria are met;
Ages 11 to 18 years
Students may have challenging behaviour or complex and additional needs
We are suited to Students who require additional support
To seek a place at the school contact Mark Winston who will arrange to meet and discuss your needs and requirements.
Entry level skills
(this is a bespoke offering and we can support most subjects)
|Lesson schedules||9.30am to 3.30pm|
|Staff Listing||Headteacher – Mark Winston
Deputy lead – To be Advised
Safeguarding lead – Mark Winston
Deputy Safeguarding lead – Jo Kerley
Proprietor – Jo Kerley
|Map on google maps to school||Coming Soon|
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Personal Development and communication skills
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Positive relationships can be one of the hardest things to achieve, knowing the value of ourselves is key to building up our confidence and self-esteem, which in turn impacts our personal day to day life, and interactions with others and as such enjoyment of community life.