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TAS Brochure 2010/11

TAS Brochure 2010/11

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TAS Brochure - Alternative School provider
TAS Brochure - Alternative School provider

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Published by: Stewart Townsend on May 10, 2010
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Supported By
UnLtd is a charity which
supports

social entrepreneurs - people with vision, drive, commitment and passion who want to change the world for the better.

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We specialise in providing education and
creative workshops for the needs of the
individual

An alternative approach to education
What is The Alternative School?

Now in our fourth year, The Alternative School (known as TAS) was set up to offer a fun, challenging yet relaxed alternative education programme for young people.

We are different because we are able to offer a totally unique and \ufb02exible programme that is tailored around the speci\ufb01c needs of each individual young person.

Referrals come from a variety of sources including Parents, Schools, Young People\u2019s Service, PRU\u2019s, Police, Youth Offending Team, Social Services, Family Support and often self referral after hearing positive feedback from friends or relatives that have already attended TAS.

Each young person that attends TAS Full or Part-Time will design their own timetable, decide which quali\ufb01cations they would like to work towards, what new activities they would like to try and will set their own goals for the forthcoming year. The timetable will vary greatly for each young person and will include a high percentage of one-to-one work, team projects and activities and small more formal taught workshops all aimed at building individual con\ufb01dence, self esteem, team working and important social skills.

At TAS we take a more holistic approach to learning and support both the individual and educational needs of young people, helping them to overcome a wide range of barriers and develop over a period of time into well rounded young adults.

Duke of Edinburgh\u2019s Bronze, Silver or Gold Award

Can be delivered in school / college as an enrichment activity, as part of BTEC Sport or as a stand alone option.
Available too as an after school club, as part of a Personal Development Programme, during Summer Holidays, Weekends or Evenings.
Please ask if you would like us to deliver The Duke of Edinburgh\u2019s Award to your group of young people.

Bronze Award
min age - year 9, approx. 6-9 months to complete
Silver Award
min age - year 9, approx. 9-12 months to complete
Gold Award
min of 16 yrs + approx. 18 months to complete
All young people completing the Duke of Edinburgh\u2019s award will receive a certi\ufb01cate for each section completed, a framed \ufb01nal certi\ufb01cate, photographic evidence for their
portfolio, Duke of Edinburgh badge, portfolio of work and will be invited to a D of E presentation evening.

Why not encourage your group to add The Duke
of Edinburgh\u2019s Bronze, Silver or GOLD Award to
their achievements?

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