All students in the UK can access high quality education regardless of the complexity of their needs.
To use the virtual space to deliver the best quality education to those who need it the most.
To re-engage students who are not accessing education and are at risk of NEET
Using the virtual space to provide top quality education
- Outstanding educators
- Small groups
- Focus on building confidence and resilience
- Excellent use of technology
- A wealth of knowledge around working with CLA, complex physical or mental health profiles and SEMH
We are proud to be working in collaboration with:
Principal, Maths Lead, DSL (BSc, MA, QTS)
With 13 years’ experience teaching and leading in education Ayesha has built a diverse understanding of the landscape of secondary and post-16 education in the UK. Most recently, as a founding member of the team at ELAM Ayesha was part of a pioneering team bringing project-based education into the 21st century. She is also an associate tutor at Goldsmiths training teachers on the SCITT programme and was part of the early adopter network for the post-16 Core Maths programme, working closely with the AMSP. Ayesha has designed curriculums to support students from Key Stage 3 through to university. She is a champion for the use of assessment for learning and rich tasks in the classroom. Her favourite book is The Poisonwood Bible by Barbra Kingsolver.
English Lead (BA Ed, QTS)
With 13 years of experience in education, both in the classroom and as a pastoral leader, Anna has proven herself to be an outstanding practitioner. Her results at KS5 have previously been amongst the best in the country for both EPQ and English A level and she prides herself on building high-quality professional relationships with even the most challenging students. Anna runs our English curriculum and is our reading champion. Her favourite book is Jackie Kay’s Trumpet.
Music Teacher (BSc, PGCE, QTS)
Nikki runs our music curriculum and is an extremely experienced music practitioner both in and out of the classroom. Her 10 years of teaching experience gives her the skills to create engaging and industry-relevant music lessons. Her extensive experience working in the music industry as a producer and club/festival DJ, studio owner and record label manager, alongside her qualifications in music production, music business and sound design, means that she is able to teach professional skills to students need to succeed as they progress beyond education. Nicola has taught across a range of key stages and provisions including working with at-risk youth, writing music curricula and running the Music Production department at Access Creative College in Bristol. Her favourite book is How to DJ (Properly): The Art And Science of Playing Records.
Games Art Teacher (BA)
Daria recently graduated from The University of Worcester with a First Class Honors in Game Art. She is an amazing artist who is excited about helping our young people learn how to create fantastic art for video games. Daria runs our art curriculum. Her favourite book is Salem’s Lot by Stephen King.