Remote Learning

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Progress Schools Remote Learning

Our Remote Education package aligns to our in-school, full-time curriculum, and is available for students who are unable to attend school for any reason. Each lesson is taught in real-time allowing students who are learning remotely to feel like they are in the classroom with their teachers and peers. Like in-school, students who are remote learning can book a 1:1 session with their teachers to discuss their learning.

The Head of School will give students an online timetable to follow from home. Remote Learning will be a mixture of online lessons and independent work. Safe and well checks will be completed by the school every day and attendance in online learning will be monitored. Students’ Login details will be issued by their Head of School. They will also be their main contact should they have any issues or concerns about remote learning.

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Need Help? Please contact your Head of School.
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Staff Remote Log-In

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School Curriculum

At Progress Schools our students study the core academic subjects of English, Maths, Science and PE, this is further extended with the study of History, Geography, Expressive & Creative Arts and Information Technology. The Personal Development of our students is also an absolute priority and so we enrich the curriculum further with PSHE, Careers and Work Related Learning and a wide Enrichment Programme, allowing us to widen and deepen student experiences and cultural capital.

Our Curriculum

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Charlotte Barton was recently appointed Interim Managing Director of Progress Schools, a post that will see Charlotte lead the ambitious strategic development of the business.

Charlotte, who has been with Progress Schools since its inception in 2016, steps into this role with a wealth of industry knowledge and experience.

The Progress Group CEO, Jayne Worthington is confident that Charlotte will make a significant impact across the business.

Read the full article at the link in our bio.




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Today marks the start of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. The theme this year is loneliness.

The number of people affected by loneliness during the pandemic increased massively, and people of all ages experienced loneliness due to isolation and distance from family and friends. If you are feeling lonely, please seek support. There are people here to help and you are never alone.

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Last week at #PSHamiltonSq, students welcomed James an ex probation officer who works with young people to highlight and educate them on current events concerning gangs. James kindly shared his experiences to provide insight into the implications of gangs and gang-related crime.




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Student J was excluded from mainstream school following extensive outbursts, displaying verbal aggression, abuse, and disrespect towards staff. J completed Progress Schools’ 12-week Reintegration Programme.

J spent a total of 13 weeks at Progress Schools, during which time he was not excluded and did not allow his behaviour to spiral. He participated in daily mentoring sessions with staff, focusing on reacting appropriately in stressful situations and utilising other ways to express his emotions.

Read J's full story at the link in our bio.




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Progress Schools are nationally based, from Carlisle to High Wycombe. We are always looking for new locations where we can deliver our alternative provision, and support some of the most vulnerable young people in the area to achieve their potential. ❤️




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“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” – Socrates

When it comes to climate change, money talks. Through regulations, incentives, and public/private partnerships, governments hold the keys to transform and build the green economy. Similar to the industrial and information revolutions, governments must incentivize their citizens, businesses, and institutions to build a resilient future.

Visit the official #EarthDay website for more information.




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At #PSWolverhampton, students enjoyed crafting some fantastic handmade woven Easter baskets.




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