Silsoe Centre

Opened: September 2007

DfE: 821/6005

Head of Centre: Noel Hopper

Email: nhopper@ontrackeducation.com

Telephone: 01525 864961

The Premises

Our Silsoe On Track Education Centre was formerly Bramingham Park Study Centre, established in 1993 by On Track’s Head of Services. It became part of On Track in September 2007 and moved from Bramingham Park Church to Wrest Park in Silsoe in January 2010.

The centre specialises in working with young people who are vulnerable, including school refusers and students with medical and emotional problems. Each individual student has a key worker. This personalised system links academic studies to behaviour targets or social skills. Through their Personalised Learning program, weekly reviews allow progress to be communicated to carers or parents regularly.

 

The STAFF AND SUBJECT SPECIALISMS

The team consists of the Head of Centre, Teaching and Learning Manager, Pastoral Manager and a team of six full time teachers and tutors, two part-time tutors and one full time LSA. The subjects taught at the centre include; Maths, Science, English, ICT, PHSE, Humanities, Art, Preparation for Working Life, Physical Education, Catering and Citizenship.

On Track has developed its vocational provision using additional premises at Wrest Park. Building 57, more affectionally known as the ‘Black Barns’ now houses our Vocational area. Fully equipped with classrooms and workshops this developing facility will allow BTEC Construction Skills to be taught at Entry level 3, alongside BTEC Level 1 Business Admin, BTEC Level 1 Engineering and BTEC LEvel 1 Home Cooking Skills.

 

Key Features:

  • All achievement is recognised through nationally recognised accreditation through a curriculum with emphasis on students working towards GCSE and Levels 1 & 2 Functional Skills alongside the AQA Unit Award Scheme and Entry Level Certificates

  • Students work towards Foundation Learning qualifications and Open College Network Awards in addition to GCSEs where appropriate

  • Referrals form local authorities, including Luton, Bedford Borough and Central Bedfordshire

  • Direct referrals from local schools with close liaison to achieve positive outcomes, including reintegration back into mainstream education

  • Max. group size: 4 with 1:1 tuition available

  • Short and long term placements available

  • SEN provision for EBSD, ADHD, AS

  • Excellent relationships with local colleges to both inform student choices and career options

  • Work experience programs from Year 10 to fully prepare our young people for the world of work and future employment

 

Safeguarding Policy - On Track Education Centre, Silsoe

Copies of all On Track policies including the Complaints Procedure can be obtained on request from Head Office or the School's Centre Manager.