top of page
alternative-provision.jpeg

Alternative Provision

Spark+ ensures that all students have equal access to information regarding careers, vocational training, and further education

Alternative education providers play a vital role in helping students prepare for meaningful careers and independent living. The Spark+ programme will enable them to contribute to the overall goal of an inclusive and equitable provision.

Alternative education providers have responsibilities for ensuring that students with SEND have access to careers education.

Spark+ helps alternative providers:

purple-tick.png
purple-tick.png
purple-tick.png
purple-tick.png
purple-tick.png

Develop and implement their personal learning plans including their career education needs.


Ensure that all students have equal access to information regarding careers, vocational training, and further education opportunities.


Provide tailored support and resources to help students explore career options, develop employability skills, and make informed decisions about their future.


Modify the curriculum as needed to accommodate students with SEND, so they can acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for future careers.


Ensure compliance related to the provision of education and support for students with SEND.

What-is-Alternative-Provision-Blog.webp

Next Steps – Book a call with our SEND team

At Spark+ we understand that every student and organisation is unique. That's why we can tailor the services to meet your specific needs.

 

Our pricing is designed to make sure as many as possible can benefit.

Book a Call: Please use the button below to book a video call on Zoom or Teams with one of our team who will answer any questions and provide you with pricing and funding options.
 

Eloise-Barnett.png

Alternatively if you prefer simply contact us and one of the team will be in touch. 

Together we will make a difference to young lives

bottom of page