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Alternative Education Provision
All students should receive a good education regardless of their background or circumstances. However, for an increasing number of students, attending a mainstream setting is becoming a significant barrier to learning. High-quality alternative provision is often difficult to find – there are not enough places and enrolment can be slow.
What makes things even more challenging is the varying needs within AP: for some it’s short-term arrangement with a quick turnaround, for others it may be long-term need. For all, it is important they are supported to achieve and to make academic progress on a par with their mainstream peers.
Tute can be used AS your alternative provision, or IN your alternative provision setting
Used AS alternative provision...
Used AS your alternative provision, Tute can complement your strategy to provide outreach services and support successful reintegration into your setting. Students can join lessons from the location they are in, bridging the gap between home and school with consistent and continuous provision.
Thorpe St Andrew uses Tute as their onsite alternative provision
An ambitious school, judged as outstanding in all areas by Ofsted, Tute lessons are embedded in their strategy to address poor attendance by supporting phased reintegration with student transition from home to their ‘quiet school’ then into their mainstream environment.
Used IN alternative provision...
Used IN your alternative provision setting, Tute can blend with other types of provision to create packages of education that address the holistic needs of your learners. The expertise of our qualified teachers can be used to enhance your curriculum offer, presenting opportunities that would not normally be available to your students.
Chessbrook ESC uses Tute in their alternative provision setting
Our lessons are integral to the alternative provision service Chessbrook ESC, an Ofsted outstanding PRU referenced in the SEND green paper as a best practice model. They serve local schools and Hertfordshire County Council with a vibrant, broad and balanced curriculum to ensure that every student can develop personally and academically and achieve individual success.