We work with the following organisations to provide alternative provision for our students. For more information, please use the menu on the right hand side.
Auto Skills (Reading) C.I.C. (formerly known as 'Skidz'), specialises in providing Motor Mechanics training to young people in and around the town of Reading.
Enemy of Boredom
EOB offer a unique opportunity to support people that think differently using video game design to build futures. They support students with both accredited education and social opportunities with like minded peers.
Just Around the Corner
JAC offer a programme of different activities working with a mentor alongside horses, small animals, pottery, arts and crafts, carpentry, horticulture, cookery, welding and more.
Path Hill Outdoors provides a comprehensive range of activities and adventures aimed at school children. It introduces them to the marvels and challenges of the great outdoors.
RAW teach discipline through physical fitness and support mental health awareness and self-care. Their aim is to ensure every voice is heard and students understand how important they are to the community so that they can confidently engage in productive behaviours.
RAP Reading alternative provision is a part-time programme for young people aged 6-18 who have found mainstream school difficult.
SATRO supports students to nurture their passions in STEM and Construction, and exploring pathways to successful careers.
TLG Reading is run as a partnership between The Gate and TLG The Education Charity, focusing on the needs of those who are struggling in school.
Through carefully matched tutors and a creative approach tailored to each child, Tutor Doctor comes alongside parents to clear the hurdles in the way of learning so students can confidently achieve their personal best.
Young Giants is a learner-centred, teacher-led tutoring service providing bespoke and flexible education packages for children in need of supplementary or alternative provision from KS1-KS5.