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Our Story

Future Pathways Alternative Provision is an individualised, targeted and bespoke provision, recognising the complex social and emotional needs of our pupils.

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Each student is offered a bespoke provision package which supports...

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Working together with Local Authorities, parents/carers...

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We support a variety of young people, who require varying levels...

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Alternative Provision Manager

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Who?

Future Pathways Alternative Provision is an individualised, targeted and bespoke provision, recognising the complex social and emotional needs of our pupils.

Our provision enables young people to overcome barriers, re-engage in learning, develop skills required to successfully integrate into the community and strive towards a positive future. Each student is offered a bespoke provision package which supports them in gaining sufficient knowledge and skills to progress back into mainstream school or support  their chosen pathways at post 16. 

Future Pathways provision has been developed to meet the needs of our young people and has been designed with them in mind. Progress  is key at Future Pathways, despite any barriers young people may have had in the past. Very often, the young people we support have low self esteem, and many are not working at age appropriate levels, we can support them to get back on the right path.

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How we achieve our vision...

Working together with Local Authorities, schools, parents carers and students we assess the needs of each individual.

We ensure that each student has a bespoke learning and wellbeing package that targets their individual needs. 

We set targets for each student and follow the plan, do, review cycle to monitor impact and progress.

Secure a post 16 pathways for all students 

Support all students social, moral, spiritual and cultural needs

Staff act as mentors and positive role models to ensure young people learn positive behaviours.

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Why?

We support a variety of young people, who require varying levels of support. Impact can be measured in many  ways and  is viewed on a broad spectrum, in line with an individuals needs and targets. 

Young people can behave and communicate appropriately in public settings.

Young people respect and understand different settings.

Young people can understand values and traditions of different cultures and are tolerant of them.

Barriers for learning removed or alleviated.

Young people are confident in new environments.

Respect laws.

Respect themselves.

Aspirations are raised.

Positive attitude to attainment enhanced.

Can apply skills across a range of contexts.

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All of the staff at Future Pathways are passionate about supporting young people and making a difference to young people regardless of the challenging environments and factors which we are required to overcome.

- Martin & Deano

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Meet our Team

Get to know our team members and their stories.

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Alternative Provision Assistant Manager

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Operations Manager

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Rewards and Activities Co-Ordinator

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Student Development Manager

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Post 16 Development Co-Ordinator

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BTEC Academy Lead

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Assistant AP Support Worker / Primary Coach

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L3 Community Activator Coach Apprentice

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Assistant AP Support Worker

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L3 Community Activator Coach Apprentice

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Outdoor Sports Co-Ordinator

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