In Centre Provision at Stokesley
We provide academic teaching and education support in quiet classrooms for children and young people (Primary and Secondary) including those who may be anxious or withdrawn and need a calm learning environment. We are specialists in working with students who are neurodiverse or have a diagnosis of ASC. We work with vulnerable children and young people who may also have mental health needs adversely affecting their ability to actively communicate with adults or socialise with peers.
In our Stokesley Centre, the staffing ratio to the student is one to one, with teachers thoughtfully matched to students, to build trust. We support our young people in their communication with others and consider carefully how they will interact with any other students, who may be in the centre at the same time.
Additional Primary Provision:
For very anxious primary children, we offer a specific package of 2-hour afternoon sessions. This package is for children who would benefit from re-engagement with their learning. Sessions include Literacy, Numeracy and Craft. Parents/carers can wait on-premises, with prior arrangement.
What do we teach?
GCSE English Literature, GCSE English Language, GCSE Maths, GCSE Biology, Physics and Chemistry , GCSE History GCSE French
German, French, Humanities, English Literature & Language, Maths, Science, PSHE, Textiles & Art
Literacy, Numeracy, Drama, Art & Craft
Princes Youth Trust
We work with schools who provide Princes Youth Trust Certification.
Benefits of commissioning our in centre education provision:
- The teachers at Connect2Education are fully qualified with specialist knowledge of teaching children and young people with additional needs.
- Staff have a good working knowledge of other agencies such as social care and CAMHS.
- We are experienced in working with parents and carers to ensure clear communication for all parties.
- Our packages can be flexible to fit in with other provisions.
To discuss any aspect of our provision, contact
Maxine Tasker Head of Teaching & Learning
Julie Phillips SEN Consultant & Teacher
Contact: 01642 961230