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There are several wonderful examples of past apprentices who have then been supported by the Trust to train to teach and are now working as fully qualified teachers in many of our schools. As a Trust, we are committed to using local, aspirational and talented people to fill our recruitment needs. The Apprenticeship Programme has ensured we can do that!
CIT ApprenticeshipsRead the full Case Study here
The Garth School formulated an assess-plan-do-review approach. A bespoke curriculum was created for James which centred around his interests. His negative behaviours and anxiety calmed significantly and James began to embrace school life. He is excelling in Art and has an exhibition of his work is on display in Spalding Library.
The Garth SchoolRead the full Case Study here
I loved spending time with my own children when they were younger so I knew I wanted to find a job working with children but needed to challenge myself. I applied for an Apprenticeship position at Sandon School and got the job. I have never loved work so much, from spending time with the pupils, through to the learning side of the Apprenticeship.
Sandon SchoolRead Natasha’s story here
The new Leadership Team took swift and
effective action to bring about rapid improvements. Ofsted inspectors praised the new Head for identifying the need to develop pupils attitudes to learning and changing the way in
which they use teaching assistants to support pupils.
Caythorpe Primary SchoolRead the full Case Study here
C.I.T challenged and supported Isaac Newton to improve standards. The new Headteacher had a powerful impact on the school bringing a clarity of vision that enabled rapid improvement across the school with a relentless focus on ensuring the best for each pupil.
Isaac Newton Primary SchoolRead the full Case Study here
The staff at Poplar Farm have been brilliant! They picked up on the sensitive nature of our son and made sure he got to know the staff through nursery visits prior to starting school.
Spencer walked in on his first day with a spring in his step, and has never looked back.
Poplar Farm Primary SchoolRead Spencer’s story here
When I started at Ambergate Sports College I could barely read or write, nor could I manage my behaviour; however, with perseverance and determination from members of staff, I gradually learned these basic skills. I value those staff to this day and completely appreciate their hard work now, sticking by me and believing that I could become a better person.
Ambergate Sports CollegeRead Harry’s story here
School was always a bad place for me. If I thought of school I would just think of being treated badly and crying a lot. The Priory is so different to anything like that, the teachers actually understand me and listen to my point of view about things. And it’s not embarrassing here if you don’t quite get something and you need extra help, the teachers just help you.
The Priory SchoolRead Bill’s story here
Michael really stalled within a mainstream school setting. Ambergate Sports College helped him progress and develop and then in he joined Sandon Sixth Form and they have been supporting Michael with his life and living skills. He is making excellent progress there studying Hospitality.
GANF SchoolsRead about Michael here
Charlie loves the outdoors, it is a sensory experience for her and the fact that Garth offer so much of this within their curriculum has been pivotal to Charlie’s progression and I honestly feel that they treat her like a queen.
The Garth SchoolRead Charlie’s story here
Austin changed and developed almost out of recognition during his first few years at GANF. From being withdrawn and struggling to express himself, he has blossomed into a confident young man.
Ambergate Sports CollegeRead Austin’s story here
We saw a very quick improvement in our son’s emotional wellbeing and behaviour within just his first week at GANF Schools. Even at home he was much more settled. Stephen has come so far and exceeded our expectations. GANF have embraced his individuality.
Ambergate Sports CollegeRead Stephen’s story here
Kurts runs to the car when he knows he is going to school. The staff are amazing with him. Kurts is nonverbal but he has now learnt to understand fluent English and Makaton: this means he can now communicate which was a huge part of his frustration prior to starting at Garth.