Statement of Purpose

In partnership with schools, parents, carers and the wider community, Reach aims to provide students and staff with a positive and supportive learning experience which promotes success and achievement in academic, social, moral and personal development.


At KS3 we provide a supportive and purposeful atmosphere, which offers a flexible curriculum and timed, proactive programmes, to meet the individual needs of young people. These programmes will re-engage and enthuse young people to be successful in their own educational setting and postively shape thier own futures.


At KS4 Reach provides a personalised programme to enable students to achieve academic, personal and social success. All students are prepared for their journey into adulthood by support into their transition to post 16 education, training or employment in order to achieve a successful future.


The Outreach Service provides an individual or group-based programme of in-school support to identified students. We aim to re-engage our young people with learning and enable them to be successful in their existing educational setting. In addition, through modelling good practice, staff development programmes and whole school training, we support our schools to successfully build capacity.


The Transition Support Programme promotes the successful inclusion of our young people, upon completion of their Reach placement. The programme covers all aspects of the young person’s needs, through a highly personalised pathway, in order to promote positive behaviour and emotional well-being within their mainstream setting.