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Progress Schools gives back to multiple good causes

Progress Schools raise a whopping £541.76 towards Macmillan and Young Minds UK. Progress schools have been raising money for various charities across several of their sites. They are committed to giving back and making a real difference in their local communities. At Progress Schools one of their main purposes is to enable their students to … Continue reading Progress Schools gives back to multiple good causes

Katy flourishes thanks to Progress Schools intervention

Katy, a Progress Schools student, has recently secured a place at college following the intervention and support received from the independent school provider. Katy, who has ADHD and ODD, requires support with focus and concentration which has led to behavioural issues in the past. However, since joining Progress Schools, her behaviour has improved significantly, and, with … Continue reading Katy flourishes thanks to Progress Schools intervention

Progress Schools bridges divide for young person during time of crisis

Progress School has recently come to the aid of one of their students (who for confidentially will be referred to as AD) and wider family unit after a physical altercation led to AD becoming temporarily homeless. Not sure who to turn to, AD’s mum contacted the Head of School to notify them of the situation. … Continue reading Progress Schools bridges divide for young person during time of crisis

Student struggling with isolation gains new social skills thanks to targeted support

A student from Progress Schools, who for the purposes of confidentiality will be known as CM, has like many teenagers, struggled during the recent lockdown. The care home where he lives went into full lockdown, implementing a live in, seven-day shift pattern. This caused CM to became increasingly frustrated over the lack of changing faces. … Continue reading Student struggling with isolation gains new social skills thanks to targeted support

LENDING A HELPING HAND – Giving back to our community

We are proud to have been working with a local charity ‘Claire House’ to spread awareness about the fantastic services they provide. Claire House is a charity we have worked with before and they are a charity that is regularly supported by our wider group. Claire House Children’s Hospice helps seriously and terminally ill children … Continue reading LENDING A HELPING HAND – Giving back to our community

Latest OFSTED NEWS

Our latest Ofsted inspections where carried out across three of our sites; Liverpool, birkenhead and Wigan; we are delighted with the feedback and outcomes from each of these schools. All schools were judged as Good schools by OFSTED and that means we now have Good across all of our schools. OFSTED’s feedback on our Liverpool … Continue reading Latest OFSTED NEWS

EXPRESS FOR PROGRESS

We are delighted to have launched our Art competition for our students; ‘Express for Progress’. The aim of the competition is to showcase the undoubted talent of our students and give them an opportunity to express their creative side. ‘Express for Progress’ is open to all students from all sites. They have plenty of time … Continue reading EXPRESS FOR PROGRESS

#HelloYellow Campaign for World Mental Health Day

Our schools launched their first fundraising drive of the year on Wednesday 10th October 2018; World Mental Health Day. Young Minds were promoting a #HelloYellow campaign whereby people were encouraged to attend work or school wearing an item of yellow clothing. Our schools got behind the campaign and not only wore yellow, but baked cakes … Continue reading #HelloYellow Campaign for World Mental Health Day

‘A Better Internet Starts With You’ – Safer Internet Day

Safer internet day falls on the 6th February 2018, encouraging schools and learners alike to look at the possible implications being online can have from a safeguarding perspective. This day is a global awareness event to promote the positive use of digital technology for children and young people, inspiring a national conversation. The UK Safer … Continue reading ‘A Better Internet Starts With You’ – Safer Internet Day