Merseyside Alternative Provision Centre is a community interest company set up to support disengaged students aged 8-16. We are able to offer support at our centre and within other schools and provisions.
With over 30 years experience in education and training, our aim is to promote a sense of community and belonging. We believe that all students should be provided with the opportunities to achieve and become successful within their own lives.
Innovative in our approach. Our staff will work consistently and relentlessly to ensure disengaged students are given the support and skills needed to be successful. Working collaboratively with local authorities and other local businesses, we aim to provide students with opportunities that will allow them to thrive post-16. We are now accredited with open awards - with access to a wide variety of courses that will provide students with a bespoke education to run alongside the national curriculum.
Rhea's background is in training and development. Creating and delivering bespoke training packages to both large groups and small cohorts of primary and secondary school students, as well as to FE students and local/national companies.
Graeme has a long history of working in the social care sector. He has held responsibility of helping individuals with SEN, SEMH and LD achieve success both in their personal and professional lives. Graeme has completed a diploma in health and social care.
James has worked in mainstream education for over 5 years, supporting students with SEBD, SEMH and ADHD. James has achieved a BA Hons in Education Management at Huddersield University.
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