We offer flexible, cost-effective solutions for students who currently find themselves without access to a school setting, as well as those who are unable to attend school for medical, mental health, anxiety or behavioural reasons.
Our education service is easy to access, and is available to learners who are studying from home, school, in the community or any other setting. All the students need is a laptop or computer with a stable internet connection.
We recognise there are a number of reasons why a young person may not have access to a school setting. Our team ensures we understand each individual’s emotional needs while also focusing on their educational development.
Our curriculum is designed to work alongside mainstream or specialist provision to help children and young people in the following ways:
- Providing educational continuity during any transition or absence
- Learning pathways that are age/ability appropriate
- Regular assessments, goals and progress reports
- Progress is digitally captured, providing students with continued access to learning while creating a body of work to support reintegration into a school environment
- Targeted top-up courses outside of school time for children and young people who have fallen behind through missing education
ADL provides anytime online access to weekly reporting, attendance figures, student engagement and academic progress.
Each student’s report can be downloaded and viewed across a variety of formats, with all online data accessible by our teachers and assigned departmental staff. This allows us to quickly reach and notify those involved in a student’s education if there are concerns with individual progress. We can then discuss, plan, and implement robust solutions.