We recognise school or college for some young people can be a difficult environment to cope with when life becomes complicated.

 

As a successful Alternative Education Provider, we help young people through small structured teaching groups, to learn in a way that works for them.

Our team of dedicated multi-skilled staff,  build trust with learners, taking into account their needs and ensuring that they achieve nationally recognised qualifications.

We recognise that everyone is different and that every learner will have a different pathway to success.  We operate different sites across North Hampshire which house varied learning programmes.  From 1:1 provision through to groups of up to 12.  

Pastoral and therapeutic support is available to all and personalised to meet individual need.  Family support is also available through our pastoral team.

Transition back to school, onto college, employment or training is a hugely important step.  Learner progress is reviewed regularly and there are lots of opportunities for learners to explore future options and work with us to build a supported transtition plan.

At every step of the way with Inclusion Hampshire, we will do all we can to ensure your success.

 

Cheryl Edwards Chief Executive

Cheryl Edwards
Inclusion Hampshire Chief Executive

 

 

 

Click on the link below to download our prospectus

Inclusion Hampshire Prospectus

For a hard copy of our prospectus, please email your address to: info@inclusionhampshire.org.uk

For a hard copy of our prospectus, please email your address to:
info@inclusionhampshire.org.uk

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Contact Details

Inclusion Hampshire (Main office)
Hook
Hants
RG27 9DJ
(01256) 760800

The Apex Centre (Education site)
Harlington Way
Fleet
GU51 4AE
(01252) 625011