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AVAILABLE

COURSES

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MANDATORY

PSHE AND WORK SKILLS

KEY TARGETS: RE-ENGAGEMENT, EHCP/SEN, GADSBY, PSHE, WORK SKILLS, CURRICULUM LINKS

 

CEP will encourage every student to address their social and academic needs whilst remaining in a positive learning environment. A work skills focus will compliment academic learning in engaging and varied environment and will address health and wellbeing, positive relationships, barriers to learning proactive and positive decision making. Additional skills of team work, communication, stretch and challenge tasks will be part of the delivery plan and involve access to various agencies and training partners associated with CEP. These skills are vital for the continued development of the young person and will underpin their academic and social learning in the future. Each session will be referenced and recorded for the student’s education portfolio.

AVAILABLE COURSES

 

LAND BASED STUDIES AND CARPENTRY

KEY TARGETS: RE-ENGAGEMENT, EHCP, GADSBY, PSHE, INTRO TO KS4, CURRICULUM LINKS

 

This qualification offers practical experience for learners. It is an ideal basis for student who would like to work within the Construction, Forestry and Landscaping industries. CEP has taken ownership of several sites including 48 acres of ancient woodland and park fields, which offers the students the practical application of theory, both within Land Management, Carpentry and general conservation. This approach gives students an opportunity to get outdoors and practice their skills. The tasks are varied and encourage the development of both their life and work skills and the academic application of subjects such as math’s and the sciences.

 

HOSPITALITY AND CATERING

KEY TARGETS: EHCP, GADSBY, PSHE, INTRO TO KS4, CURRICULUM LINKS

 

CEP is involved with community projects around food provision and students will be able to apply their theory in CEP’s 5-star catering kitchen, CEP is involved in community eating sessions, and has cooked and distributed over 7000 meals this year across the local area. Students will have both theory and practical sessions and will work alongside cooks and Tutors to produce meals for home and other CEP partners to practice their skills. This ensures a varied timetable and encourages practical application of theory within catering.

 

WOODLAND SESSIONS – OUTDOOR LEARNING

KEY TARGETS: RE-ENGAGEMENT, EHCP, GADSBY, PSHE, WORK SKILLS

 

Students will attend Holly Hayes Woodland and CEP’s outdoor learning venues and use these as their classrooms for the day. CEP has access to welfare facilities within each site including hot water, power and covered areas.

 

Students will be set challenges and tasks within the woodland where team work. Target setting, communication and work skills will be developed. The focus will be set of transferable skills which the student can identify and use within the school environment as they develop. By working closely with support within school, we are encouraging students and staff to identify positive forward movement and build positive relationships which will support growth and academic development.

 

Students will have the option to work across several ASDAN specifications around both individual rights and responsibilities (PSHE) and practical skills within bush craft, carpentry, art, horticulture and woodland management. All courses will have embedded functional personal and life skills.

 

SCIENCE AT KEY STAGE 3

KEY TARGETS: EHCP, GADSBY, PSHE, INTRO TO KS4, CURRICULUM LINKS

Developing students understanding of principles and linking ideas across sciences.

 

Providing the opportunity to learn through challenge, Key Stage 3 is a vital time for developing scientific thinking and practical skills. It is a time of transition into secondary education and some students will be beginning to identify themselves as confident at particular subjects. By taking science outside of the classroom, we can harness the engagement and support students for whom a relationship with traditional teaching and learning is complex and support, stretch and challenge activities for students who are showing aptitude. By using outdoor skills such as Bush craft, Navigation and Environmental Science, the students will be acquiring skills that they find engaging and revealing, relying upon the science behind them. Feral Science will use close curriculum links to inform scientific thinking and develop practical skills. We will explore core scientific principles and develop data collection and analysis techniques. The Feral Science activities will reach across three examined sciences to build a strong foundation of scientific understanding. At KS3, Feral Science has developed programs to cover all the National Curriculum requirements at this level and seeks to challenge with clear preparation for GCSE.

OTHER INFORMATION

 

Courses can be selected by terms:

 

1 Term – Bronze ASDAN Award plus PSHE

 

2 Terms – Silver ASDAN Award plus PSHE

 

3 Terms (full year) – Gold ASDAN Award plus PSHE

STUDENT TIMETABLE - LEARNING WILL BE SPLIT BETWEEN PRACTICAL AND THEORY-BASED SESSIONS.

 

Breakfast       09:00 - 09:30 am

Learning        09:30 am

Break              15 minutes mid-morning at tutor’s discretion

Lunch             30 minutes (Food included in the price)

Learning        to continue after lunch break

Break              15 minutes mid-afternoon at tutor’s discretion

Finish              2:30pm

 

 

HOW TO START THE PROCESS OF REGISTERING STUDENT(S)

 

Contact:  generalenquiries.cep@gmail.com or call 01530 814 203

  • Visit CEP - student and key worker​

 

  • Return and select your course(s)

 

  • Complete medical, dietary and contact information forms

 

  • Sign our behaviour policy alongside parents/carers

 

  • Sign ICT Usage, Covid 19 protocols and photo authority forms

 

  • Agree a start date and duration