At Progress Schools, we currently have thirteen independent secondary schools, located throughout England, who support local authorities and mainstream schools to work with young people who require an alternative approach to their education. Many students have been diagnosed SEND/SEMH (or are awaiting diagnosis), and/or have been excluded from at least one mainstream school.
Through our incredible workforce of teachers, engagement mentors, welfare officers, and alike, we ensure a truly rounded curriculum that is delivered in a nurturing and supportive way, enabling us to identify the potential and ambitions of our young people and work with them to support them to achieve these.
In 2019, The Timpson Review of School Exclusions identified that more than half of young people who access alternative provision (AP) or PRU (Pupil Referral Unit) type settings become NEET (not in education, employment, or training) when they leave school. Since our inception in 2016, we have supported most of our Year 11 students to progress into a positive destination when they leave us. This is something we feel incredibly passionate about, because we truly believe that every young person should be given all the support and guidance they need to help them to achieve their potential.
Our Proprietor Details
Progress Schools Limited,
Suite B2, Switch House,
Northern Perimeter Road,
L30 7PT, Liverpool