We have delivered alternative curriculum provision since 2005. Over the years of delivery, we have developed a considerable reputation for:

  • the high quality of our learning and support provision, resulting in young people achieving above expectation
  • our ability to engage and develop young people having multiple and complex support needs and to meet these working in partnership with a range of agencies
  • maintaining effective working relationships and reporting systems with referring schools
  • the high quality of the management of our projects; and
  • our ability to develop meaningful relationships with parents/guardians

These have been demonstrated through:

  • more than 250 pupils at high risk of school exclusion attending our projects
  • over 90% of those completing going on to further education/training or employment
  • attendances increasing by 32% over school attendances
  • 93% participants reporting improved confidence, motivation and aspiration
  • 90% participants achieving at least one qualification at NVQ Level 1 or above

What we deliver

We currently hold the contract with Carmarthenshire County Council to deliver alternative curriculum provision for Year 10 and 11 under Cynnydd; which is funded via the European Social Fund programme. We currently deliver from a site in Carmarthen and our head office in Llanelli.

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