Choices 4 All : Reach Your Potential.
Choices 4 All is a training provider with a difference.
It succeeds with individuals, aged 18 years and over, who have learning disabilities and difficulties who need a training approach to be responsive to their learning style and access needs.
The training approach used by Choices 4 All caters for those students who do not flourish in the more conventional training environment.
Choices 4 All offers training to learners in life and living skills, functional skills of English, Mathematics and Information Communication Technology, catering and hospitality skills, employability skills and independence.
Choices 4 All's training is geared to those students with learning difficulties who wish to acquire comprehensive employability and independent living skills and successfully gain progression into employment or further education.
OFSTED REPORT AUGUST 2014
Following our Ofsted Inspection in August, it has been confirmed that we are a GOOD provider.
- Learners make good progress in the development of their personal, social and independent living skills
- Very effective support and encouragement meet individual learners' needs well
- Leaders and managers are providing very effective leadership to staff who share the same clear value to support learners with learning difficulties.
- Much effective action taken by the new management and staff is successfully improving the quality of teaching and learning and the overall learners' experience which are now good.
OCTOBER CLOSURE DAYS
Choices 4 All is closed to learners on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th October 2014.
This is for staff training days.
We reopen for learners at 8.30 a.m. on Wednesday 29th October.
Wednesday 3rd December 2014 from 1.30 p.m. until 4.30 p.m.
A letter will coming out, on 15th October, inviting you to our open afternoon. You will be able to make an appointment to see your Personal Tutor and discuss the work you have been completing and your achievements so far. Your parents and carers are invited to attend as well.
The Job Broker will also be available to discuss work placements.
Please keep this date free.
Tuesday 21st October
On this day in 1966
A coal tip buries children in Aberfan
More than 130 people, mainly children, were buried by a coal slag heap at Aberfan, near Merthyr Tydfil in Wales.
At least 85 children were confirmed dead after the tip engulfed a school, some terraced cottages and a farm in just five minutes.
Health and Safety since then has greatly improved.