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KSA’s main objective is to provide alternative provision education for Key Stages (KS2-5). These activities are designed to support and develop young people’s character. We offer both accredited and non-accredited courses (KS3-5). Examples of these courses include team building, bush craft, First Aid, ‘Heartstart’, Food Hygiene, Health & Safety and Fire Safety. Many of our Vocational Qualifications (KS3-5) are Ofqual regulated and focus on sports, leisure and employability skills which enhance the CV’s of the young people with whom we engage. All of the above are delivered in direct partnership with local education authorities.

We also offer support to schools with their before/after school clubs and holiday clubs.

 

Teamwork & Navigation Skills

Key Stage 3-5

Bush Craft

Key Stage 2

Food Safety

Key Stage 4-5

Emergency First Aid

Key Stage 4-5

Teambuilding

Key Stage 3-5

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Key stage 2

We have a wealth of experience and expertise, providing unique programmes focusing on character as well as developing personal learning and thinking skills. These programmes also assist with improving attendance, behaviour and attainment, which we know are very important to your school.

The majority of KSA staff are ex-military, which makes the experience very different for children attending our programmes.

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Key stages 3-5

Here at KSA we understand that every pupil’s needs are different. KSA offer a variety of courses - both vocational from entry level to level 3, “work ready" and non-vocational;

We work in direct partnership with you to ensure that pupils are fully engaged. Our courses can be delivered either at KSA or at your school.

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Case Study

Child E is eight years old. He is a happy, well mannered boy who is diagnosed with ADHD. Child E sometimes finds it hard to control his behaviour. He can become red with anger and frustration regularly throughout the day. Child E has developed his own coping strategies for these situations.

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Testimonial

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There were lots of well thought out activities that I would continue to use with the children using resources we have in school such as the team building skills where the children had to travel from area to area without standing on the floor area, using resources to travel e.g. balancing blocks and working together as a team to collect the resources at the end of the session.  This was just one of the activities that promoted excellent teamwork and listening skills, allowing the children to achieve success when working together as a team, something I would most definitely use again and describe as ‘Best Practice’

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