Lisa Greig - CEO
Barry Currell - Head of College/Safeguarding Lead
Louise Robson - Head of Corporate Services
The 16 to 19 Tuition Fund 2022 – 2023
|Cohort||Young people who have special educational needs and disabilities aged 19-24 and who have an EHC plan
We have 34 ESFA funded learners across 5 different pathways matched to primary SEND needs and learners personal aspirations.
These learners have low prior attainment and are following personalised RARPA programmes or accreditation ranging from Entry Level to Level 1. The majority of these learners are from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Although each learner has their own individualised outcome targets linked to the strands of Preparing for Adulthood (PfA), the opportunities they had to work towards their targets were greatly reduced due to the legacy of COVID when accessing the local community and employment providers. Quality Assurance mechanism’s show that targets across the strands of ‘employment’ and ‘community access’ showed the lowest gains. These are the areas we feel require additional interventions to help recover lost learning opportunities and greater community awareness.
|Funding Total||£ 7,718|
|Summary of spending and actions to take:|
|1. Provide additional 1-1 support for dedicated road safety and using public transport training to access work placements. Use current staff to deliver additional dedicated 1-1 training to access college at start and end of day to support accessing work experience settings using public transport. We will increase staffing hours.||£3,860
|2. Increase GIAG offer by expanding the team to deliver additional job coaching and employer engagement and develop stronger work experience opportunities.||£3,858|
Impact of spend – July 2023
New strong and sustainable work experience opportunities created with local providers