In the short time Jack has attended Progress Schools, his whole outlook on life has changed thanks to the encouragement and time the staff have given.
For National Stress Awareness Day, we wanted to discuss ways to reduce stress in school and provide different methods of dealing with stress and to make our students aware of what is available to them.
Since starting Progress Schools in January, Sofia has excelled, with her attendance increasing by over 200% compared to mainstream schooling and her engaging more with her studies.
“I wanted to support young people and I felt like you can make more of an impact in teaching. You can see the progress they make more rapidly along their journey. “
Justin Lewis, Head of Inclusion and Safeguarding at Progress Schools, joined the organisation in 2022 after a thriving career in education.
Before joining Progress Schools, Ellie experienced low levels of self-esteem and confidence that led to anxious emotions and thoughts.
In November 2018, after displaying quite extreme behaviour, Jamie was excluded from mainstream school and subsequently received tutoring at home until June 2019 when he joined Progress Schools.
Student J was excluded from mainstream school following disruptive behaviour, he joined Progress Schools on the Reintegration Programme.
Sean’s story of progression and development dovetails with the growth of Progress Schools. His journey is one of discovery.
After struggling to remain in mainstream education due to difficult circumstances, Joe found himself requiring the support of an alternative education provider.