Future@CRC – 14-16 provision

14-16 provision – Information for Schools 2022/23 

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Course Overview Year 10 and Year 11

Futures@CRC is an Alternative Provision for students on a one-year programme.  We are confident that the curriculum of study we offer will ensure students’ progress to a successful post-16 education.

Students attend a three-day programme, where they can expect to achieve the following:

  • Functional Skills qualification in English and Maths.
  • Level 1 Personal Development Award/Certificate,
  • Level 1 Art Award/ Certificate
  • Level 1 Sport and Fitness Award
  • Level 1 Skills in Public Service  * Year 11 only

They also have the opportunity to attend a Vocational session in one of the college’s curriculum areas. GCSE booster sessions in maths and English are also part of the curriculum.

We are also able to offer bespoke sessions for schools in one of our vocational areas. Please contact Abi Clarke for more information.

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14-16 learner

Progression & Career Opportunities

Students accessing the course in Year 10 can progress to Year 11 having achieved qualifications in a range of subjects. These will support their GCSE curriculum and skills required across the curriculum will be embedded in all subjects.

Year 11 students will also achieve qualifications in a range of subjects. The course aim is to prepare them for post 16 progression either at college, apprenticeship or employment with training. To support this, careers guidance is given in tutorials, IAG sessions are run by the careers team and opportunities to study in a variety of curriculum areas through their vocational sessions.

Learning Assessment & Support

Successful progression to a Post- 16 course is the ultimate goal for all students studying on the 14-16 programme. To make this happen, we offer both learning and personal support by specialist staff tailored to meet specific needs.

We work closely with our welfare team and external agencies to provide additional support to help learners reach their full potential. One to one support is available for all of our students.

How to Apply or for more information:

Please contact Abi Clarke – Head of Key Stage 4 

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