Show your at-risk learners how to thrive again
We help local authorities and Alternative Provision settings guide their learners back into mainstream education or specialist provision.
We have helped
We have delivered
hours of tuition to local authority learners
of our learners meet their targets
Give your learners a path back to education
There are more children and young people than ever requiring Alternative Provision.
They deserve the best possible chance to return to mainstream education or specialist provision. But a one-size-fits-all approach often fails those with complex needs.
Unfortunately, AP and PRU settings can’t always provide differentiated courses for each learner. But we can.
We’re there for the learners who need the most help
Over a third of local authorities use Fleet Education Services to meet the learning requirements of learners unable to fully attend school.
Fleet brings high quality, fully managed tuition programmes to learners unable to cope with full time education.
Our service extends far beyond the classroom. We take on the burden of coordinating stakeholders and quality assurance.
Bring learners back to the classroom at the right pace
To reintegrate into mainstream education or specialist provision, vulnerable learners need strong role models.
We can provide you with experts in the whole spectrum of SEN, SEMH and behavioural conditions.
Our tutors and programme managers have a unique insight into the barriers to disadvantaged learners’ education. They can put your learners back on the path to the classroom.
Put your funding to the best use
Evidence shows that one-to-one and small-group tutoring are among the most effective ways of improving attainment.
These targeted interventions are an investment in your pupils futures.
With 86% of our disadvantaged learners meeting or exceeding their targets, we can take your funding further.
PRU, South West London
"Fleet Education Services enabled our student to build resilience, focus and motivation and achieve a positive outcome during his final year of studies.
The tremendous patience and care shown by the tutor allowed our student to build a very positive rapport with them, which subsequently improved both his attendance and engagement.”