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1 New Opportunities in York: Dentdale and Independent Living at Askham Bryan College Ade Brownlow Section Leader, Adventure and Outdoor Learning.

2 What’s new? Dentdale: A £600,000 purpose built independent living facility. Will be completed by June Operational Sept This facility half funded by ABC, half by grant. New study programme funding gives more flexibility to design programmes around learners (section 139a pivotal to provision and funding) Bespoke and transition packages open college programmes to non-standard applications / attendance patterns. – In negotiation with the learners lead provider.

3 Dentdale: External

4 Dentdale: Floor Plan

5 Dentdale: yesterday (in fog)

6 Opportunities Presented Dentdale will provide enhanced opportunities for ABC curriculum (see the rest of this presentation) – BUT ABC will not register with the CQC. ABCs own residential use is covered by OFSTED care standards Dentdale will be made available to partner organisations for their own delivery – Facilities will be made available for any appropriate organisation to provide a “learning experience”. – If these parties seek to use Dentdale to provide a residential experience that includes personal care / nursing they will need to be registered with the CQC or be a residential college. – Pricing, availability and T&Cs to be confirmed.

7 ABC Curriculum Key goals: Flexibility, individualisation, transition support. Focus: Vocational, English and maths, work experience and independent living. EVERYTHING THAT FOLLOWS IS SUBJECT TO ONGOING FUNDING GUIDANCE (sorry)

8 L2 courses available at Askham Bryan York ( ) in the following: Animal Care, Horse Care, Farming, Team Sport, Outdoor Pursuits, Public Services, Motor Sport (Cars and Bikes), Plant Care, Garden Design, Tree Care, Engineering & many others. All Sept Start. CALL: Admissions L2 courses available at Askham Bryan York ( ) in the following: Animal Care, Horse Care, Farming, Team Sport, Outdoor Pursuits, Public Services, Motor Sport (Cars and Bikes), Plant Care, Garden Design, Tree Care, Engineering & many others. All Sept Start. CALL: Admissions L2 L1 E3 E2 E1 DAYS “Independent Living Skills for anyone with learning difficulties” E1-E3 1 or 2 Days per week can be year long Sept, Xmas & Easter Starts CONTACT: John Middleton DAYS “Independent Living Skills for anyone with learning difficulties” E1-E3 1 or 2 Days per week can be year long Sept, Xmas & Easter Starts CONTACT: John Middleton DAYS: Step up “For those with learning difficulties who want to progress to higher qualifications.” E3-L1 1 or 2 Days per week can be year long Sept, Xmas & Easter Starts CONTACT: John Middleton DAYS: Step up “For those with learning difficulties who want to progress to higher qualifications.” E3-L1 1 or 2 Days per week can be year long Sept, Xmas & Easter Starts CONTACT: John Middleton L1 Diploma in Land based Studies “For young people who want to learn, but not in a classroom.” Animal Care, Horse Care, Plant Care, Farming, (Sport and Motor Sport from Sept 13). Includes L2 transition in 3 rd term. 3 Days Per Week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft L1 Diploma in Land based Studies “For young people who want to learn, but not in a classroom.” Animal Care, Horse Care, Plant Care, Farming, (Sport and Motor Sport from Sept 13). Includes L2 transition in 3 rd term. 3 Days Per Week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft Options “Landbased Learning for those with MLD” Animal Care, Plant Care, (Car Care from Sept 13, E3 only) E2 & E3 4 Days Per Week Sept Start CONTACT: Jim Rotheram Options “Landbased Learning for those with MLD” Animal Care, Plant Care, (Car Care from Sept 13, E3 only) E2 & E3 4 Days Per Week Sept Start CONTACT: Jim Rotheram Accelerate “College access for Hard to Reach NEETs” E3 Multiple start dates 2-3 days per week Start dates dependant on demand. Various locations. CONTACT: Ben Westerman Accelerate “College access for Hard to Reach NEETs” E3 Multiple start dates 2-3 days per week Start dates dependant on demand. Various locations. CONTACT: Ben Westerman Get into Rural Skills “Introduction to employment in Rural Sector (includes a group work placement) For young people wanting to explore employment in rural settings.” Multiple start dates (Oct, Easter, May, Jun, Jul) 5 days for 3 weeks CONTACT: Ben Westerman Get into Rural Skills “Introduction to employment in Rural Sector (includes a group work placement) For young people wanting to explore employment in rural settings.” Multiple start dates (Oct, Easter, May, Jun, Jul) 5 days for 3 weeks CONTACT: Ben Westerman Prince’s Trust Team “Motivated NEETs” Includes: Residential, Work Experience and Community Project E3-L2* 12 weeks, 5 days Sept, Xmas and Easter starts York, Harrogate, Scarborough and Kirklees CONTACT: Ben Westerman Prince’s Trust Team “Motivated NEETs” Includes: Residential, Work Experience and Community Project E3-L2* 12 weeks, 5 days Sept, Xmas and Easter starts York, Harrogate, Scarborough and Kirklees CONTACT: Ben Westerman Diploma in Work Skills “transitioning young people not quite ready for L2” “L1.5” 3days per week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft Diploma in Work Skills “transitioning young people not quite ready for L2” “L1.5” 3days per week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft Full Time, long (3-4 dpw) Sept-June Full Time, short (5 dpw) with multiple starts Part Time, short (1-2 dpw) with multiple starts LD NEET Our courses are open to all, but these courses are specifically designed to give extra support to those with learning difficulties / autistic spectrum conditions LD Courses designed to support progression of young people who find themselves NEET. NEET ABC Foundation Provision (Current funding regime) NEET

9 L2 Programmes L1 E3 E2 E1 L1 Diploma in Land based Studies “For young people who want to learn, but not in a classroom.” Animal Care, Horse Care, Plant Care, Farming, (Sport from Sept 13). Includes L2 transition in 3 rd term. 3 Days Per Week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft L1 Diploma in Land based Studies “For young people who want to learn, but not in a classroom.” Animal Care, Horse Care, Plant Care, Farming, (Sport from Sept 13). Includes L2 transition in 3 rd term. 3 Days Per Week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft Accelerate “College access for Hard to Reach NEETs” E3 Multiple start dates 2-3 days per week Start dates dependant on demand. Various locations. CONTACT: Ben Westerman Accelerate “College access for Hard to Reach NEETs” E3 Multiple start dates 2-3 days per week Start dates dependant on demand. Various locations. CONTACT: Ben Westerman Get into Rural Skills “Introduction to employment in Rural Sector (includes a group work placement) For young people wanting to explore employment in rural settings.” Multiple start dates (Oct, Easter, May, Jun, Jul) 5 days for 3 weeks CONTACT: Ben Westerman Get into Rural Skills “Introduction to employment in Rural Sector (includes a group work placement) For young people wanting to explore employment in rural settings.” Multiple start dates (Oct, Easter, May, Jun, Jul) 5 days for 3 weeks CONTACT: Ben Westerman Prince’s Trust Team “Motivated NEETs” Includes: Residential, Work Experience and Community Project E3-L2* 12 weeks, 5 days Sept, Xmas and Easter starts York, Harrogate, Scarborough and Kirklees CONTACT: Ben Westerman Prince’s Trust Team “Motivated NEETs” Includes: Residential, Work Experience and Community Project E3-L2* 12 weeks, 5 days Sept, Xmas and Easter starts York, Harrogate, Scarborough and Kirklees CONTACT: Ben Westerman Diploma in Work Skills “transitioning young people not quite ready for L2” “L1.5” 3days per week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft Diploma in Work Skills “transitioning young people not quite ready for L2” “L1.5” 3days per week Start Sept CONTACT: Seeta Wheatcroft Full Time, long (3-4 dpw) Sept-June Full Time, short (5 dpw) with multiple starts Part Time, short (1-2 dpw) with multiple starts NEET Our courses are open to all, but these courses are specifically designed to give extra support to those with learning difficulties / autistic spectrum conditions LD Courses designed to support progression of young people who find themselves NEET. NEET ABC Foundation Provision (DRAFT – subject to finalised funding information) ‘Independence STREAMS’ 1 day per week each, bespoke starts possible. Independence in Study “for young people who want to progress” Development of study skills, literacy and numeracy and other skills needed. 1 day per week. Independence in Study “for young people who want to progress” Development of study skills, literacy and numeracy and other skills needed. 1 day per week. Independence in Vocation “ for young people wanting to develop practical vocational skills” Diploma in Animal Care or Horticulture. 1 day per week Independence in Vocation “ for young people wanting to develop practical vocational skills” Diploma in Animal Care or Horticulture. 1 day per week Independence in Life “ For young people working towards living independently” Practical independent living, socialising and accessing the community,. 1 day per week (with potential of residential ‘experiences’. Independence in Life “ For young people working towards living independently” Practical independent living, socialising and accessing the community,. 1 day per week (with potential of residential ‘experiences’. Independence in Work “for young people looking forward to work.” Supported and sheltered work experience packages in and out of college. Independence in Work “for young people looking forward to work.” Supported and sheltered work experience packages in and out of college. CONTACT: May Houseman (Initially) Based at York. Bespoke starts possible. CONTACT: May Houseman (Initially) Based at York. Bespoke starts possible. LD Employment and Adult life LD

10 Independence in Living Objective: Develop independent living skills Outcome: Independent or Sheltered Living, Social and Community Skills. Can be combined with other streams as appropriate to the individual. Bespoke packages can be created based on learner need (including multiple days) Likely to be mixed ability groups, flexible attendance day Support tailored to individual dependant on 139a and funding Developing learners capabilities over time including some “away from home” living experience (over night)

11 Independence in Work Objective: Develop an understanding of and experience of employment. Outcome: Eventual Employment (supported or independent) Can be combined with other streams as appropriate to the individual. Bespoke packages can be created based on learner need (including multiple days) (dependent on 139a and funding) Likely to be mixed ability groups, flexible attendance day A variety of sheltered / supported work experience facilitated through Dentdale. Examples of the type of experiences being considered / developed: – Recycling, Repurposing, Up-Cycling, Reclamation (House / office clearance etc) – Gardening Services (Landscaping, Conservation) – Domestic Services (Cleaning and Catering) – Packing / product assembly and marketing / customer services – Other (offsite) options to suit individual need may be possible

12 Independence in Vocation & Independence in Study Objective: Academic and Vocational Progression Outcome: Access higher level learning programmes. Both must be done to facilitate progression to higher level course. Formal qualifications are key to progression. Also fulfils the new ‘study programme’ requirements. Hence a government expectation. Either can be done stand alone or as part of a bespoke package (depends on 139a and funding) Delivery tailored for ‘spikey profiles’ this will impact on the actual day of attendance.

13 Case Studies: What can be done? Learners seeking a transition to post school provision – Learner remains with current institution. Funding disaggregated to college. Learner joins college 1-4 days per week as negotiated Learners on individualised learning programmes – Learner with lead institution (which could be the college). Funding disaggregated to college. Bespoke programme which could include attendance with college as above learners seeking full time provision – Learner with college. Attends 3 or 4 days per week based on need identified in 139a. Must attend vocational and study elements learners seeking part time provision – Learner with college at least 2 days per week (but this is dependant on need).


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