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How we help
Each student has a bespoke timetable tailored to their
needs. Working in one-to-one lessons or as part of a
small group, sessions include academic subjects,
creative arts, well-being and personal development.
At KS4, students can take GCSEs in English,
Maths and Science as well as other
qualifications (Entry Level, Functional Skills, etc.)
across the curriculum.
We offer an individualised well-being programme to
each student in a safe and supportive community.
A range of therapies (music, art, canine and equine)
are available, and Circle Time, PSHEE, Lifeskills and
Mentoring supplement the curriculum and imbed
well-being throughout the day.
Well-being helps rebuild students' self-esteem and
confidence, enabling them to progress in personal
development and academic attainment.
When a student’s well-being has improved and
they have re-engaged with academic work,
they are able to leave Red Balloon and return
to mainstream school, employment or training.
We work with students and their
parents/carers to identify the next step and
support the transition to their new placement.
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