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Becton Hospital and Outreach Education The 1996 Education Act states “Each local education authority shall make arrangements for the provision of suitable education at school or otherwise than at school for those children of compulsory school age who, by reason of illness, may not for…
EmpowerOwl Education was started upon the belief that education should be available to everyone regardless of their background.
The Nature Box Forest School Pre-School and Nursery - A 20 placed outdoor, Forest School approach nursery. Providing early years care from ages 2-5 years. The Nature Box Forest School - Home Education - We provide Forest School sessions for children aged 5-12 years who are educated at home.
Personalised, engaging lessons, from a qualified and experienced teacher, supporting children to grow in confidence, progress and thrive. Online and face-to-face (in Totley S17) 1-to-1 lessons are available for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children in Maths, Reading, and Writing. Small group 'Confidence in Maths Masterclasses' available for Years 5 and 6, covering the core material of the curriculum.
I am an enthusiastic science teacher committed to providing the highest standards of additional support. I specialise in teaching biology and chemistry as that is where my passion lies. I am confident that my caring nature, enthusiasm for the sciences and ability to relate to young people will enable me to develop and empower my pupils to achieve beyond their expectations.
Realtime Tutors provide private tutorials for secondary school students. Tutorials are delivered online through a bespoke Virtual Classroom so anyone, anywhere, can choose and learn with a tutor who does not necessarily live in the local area. Tutorials are recorded for security and review purposes. All you need to study with your chosen tutor at a time and place that suits you and without the hassle of travel is access to a PC or laptop and a good broadband connection
The Virtual School promotes education for Sheffield's Children Looked After (CLA), aged 2 to 18. We work in partnership with schools, social workers and other professions to ensure the children and young people in our care attend school or other educational provision; that they learn; and that young people in care and care leavers have access to employment opportunities. As young people grow up and leave our care, we need to support them to be fully aware of the education and employment options open to them. We also need to assist them to engage in further or higher education or training, or to move into work. We can then support them in a successful transition into adulthood.