Here at North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College, we have set up a centre for home-educated learners at our Nuneaton Campus and Wigston Campus.
Who is it aimed at?
Our programme is specifically created for learners who are in Years 9–11 and have been home-educated.
What is it?
The home education programme is designed to introduce young people who have been home-educated into a college environment. Working in small groups, learners will receive individualised study support to ensure they have the qualifications and skills needed to progress to further study, an apprenticeship and/or employment.
Funding is provided by the government, meaning no tuition fees need to be paid by parents or carers.
What does the programme cover?
English, maths and science up to and including GCSE level, as well as a range of other vocational subjects. These could include business studies, media, sport and many more. Learners also have a weekly tutorial and lessons on personal development, welfare and employability. All learners will be encouraged and supported in finding work experience opportunities.
If you’re interested in our Home Education programme, please get in touch today for more information.