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Alternative Education Provision
About the Program
We take great pride in introducing our new Alternative Education Provision to students who have faced permanent exclusion from traditional mainstream educational settings, ensuring that they receive a high-quality education.
The local authorities have a power to arrange education provision, where it is not already available for pupils. It is our foremost responsibility to ensure students receive an educational experience equivalent to what they would typically receive in a mainstream school environment.
At School of Coding, our students have the opportunity to pursue studies in English and Mathematics, ranging from Entry Level 1 to 3. We offer a diverse range of courses including Personal, Social, Health, and Economic (PSHE) education and technology related subjects to further enrich their educational journey. Upon completing their studies, learners have the flexibility to choose between direct entry into the workforce or pursuing vocational training supported by The Work College
Discover School of Coding’s Alternative Education Provision. We offer transition and re-engagement into education and employment, providing Coding and Computer Science tuition in small groups and one-to-one settings, whilst covering core subjects needed for future prospects. As part of School of Coding Alternative Provision, we offer employment support after education through our brand The Work College. This ensures a smooth transition into the working world which can be uncertain and ever changing. Our approach fosters positive relationships, empowering students using praise and encouragement which is underpinned by our set of values.
Our Key Values
Meet The Team
Suki Gill, our Education Quality Manager, brings a wealth of experience to her role with an MSc in Computing and 11 years as Head of Department. Having worked in various school settings, including Grammar, Independent, and Boarding secondary schools, she has honed her expertise in guiding students to effectively tackle exam questions and craft comprehensive responses. Additionally, she has made significant contributions to promoting gender diversity in Computing and STEM fields through her nine-year tenure as an OCR examiner and NEA moderator.
Jo brings over 20 years of experience in the education field, having worked with various age groups spanning Early Years to Year 11. Jo’s international experience as a camp counsellor with Camp America adds a unique perspective to her skill set. . Jo holds a BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology and a PGCE in Teaching demonstrating her extensive knowledge and passion for education.
Cavin, also known as CJ, is the AEP behaviour mentor at the School of Coding. With a passion for guiding and inspiring students, Cavin brings over 10 years of experience in youth work to his role. His journey began at the age of 15 when he chose a different path to support his friends who were frequently getting into trouble. Cavin’s love for sports, including football, basketball, and rounders, keeps him active and energized.
Parent, Student, Teacher and AEP Professionals
New Leaf Key Worker
“I have worked with SOC for 12 months, they have provided alternative provision for a couple of my students. They are amazing! They always provide a warm welcome and always go above and beyond. They are very professional in their approach and my students are receiving a high quality, interesting and engaging education. I would not hesitate in recommending them for your coding needs of alternative provision”.
“Since attending the School of Coding, I have learnt so much! I am really interested in working with Manny to learn more about entrepreneurship; I have been really proud of some of the writing I have produced and I am developing my explanations in mathematics. I have enjoyed learning to code and also collaborating with staff. School of Coding is the place to be!”
“We provide a high quality academic and vocational curriculum which enables students to develop their true potential; grow as individuals and ultimately succeed in their future career. Knowing that I am a part of that is why I choose to do the job”.
by Manny Athwal | 31st October 2023|
We’re thrilled to share some fantastic news with our students, staff, and the broader community – the School of Coding & AI has achieved accreditation as an NOCN Approved Training Centre! This recognition is a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence in education, and it’s a milestone that we’re extremely proud of.
by Manny Athwal | 2nd October 2023 |
In the rapidly evolving landscape of the 21st century, equipping children with essential skills that prepare them for the future has become an imperative. Among these skills, coding stands out as a crucial tool for fostering creativity, problem-solving, and adaptability. In this article, we delve into the significance of kids coding classes in building future-ready skills.