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A Day in the Life of an Alternative Provision Educator

A Day in the Life of an Alternative Provision Educator

Adrian left a business role after the pandemic and always wanted to go into education. He has an English degree and spent his gap year teaching English to children overseas. “Besides supporting Alternative Provision (AP) learners, I volunteer for a charity and also...

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Case Study: How Alternative Provision Helped a Year 9 Learner

Case Study: How Alternative Provision Helped a Year 9 Learner

Background  Laura, aged 13, had been out of school for 18 months due to social, emotional, and mental health (SEMH) needs. She was unable to engage in a school setting, suffered from severe anxiety, and was known to self-harm. Laura required Alternative Provision as...

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What is Alternative Provision from Fleet Education Services?

What is Alternative Provision from Fleet Education Services?

The number of pupils attending Alternative Provision (AP) has increased by over 3,100 (10%) to 35,600 in 2021/22, according to government figures. Annually around 135,000 children of compulsory school age receive alternative provision, with 70,000 pupils at any one...

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What are the differences between tutoring and teaching?

What are the differences between tutoring and teaching?

Tutoring and teaching are often used interchangeably, but teaching and tutoring involve many more differences than you might think. Both aim to help students reach their full potential while providing encouragement and support.  Tutoring gives pupils individual...

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