There are several main inclusion projects that The Albion Foundation offer (to find out more about each project, click on the heading):
In January 2013, The Albion Foundation launched our new out of school provision, which allowed schools the opportunity to refer Key Stage 2 pupils who are at greatest risk of exclusion, sometime out of their school for one day a week and undertake a programme that will work towards successfully reintegrating them back into mainstream education, controlling their behaviour in a mature manner. For further details or if you would like to refer a young person, please contact: Anna Pincher on 0871 271 9840 or email email@example.com
Inspire Coaches are involved in a variety of schemes including the Breakfast Club, Curriculum Enrichment, After School Clubs, in-class support, lunchtime support along with behaviour/emotional support within schools.
For more information about INSPIRE, please contact Allison Tripney on Allison.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Albion Foundation work in partnership with both Sandwell and Dudley LACE virtual schools to deliver in school, evening, and weekend and holiday provision for Looked After Children (LAC).
For more information on The Albion Foundation’s work with Looked After Children please contact Craig Bannister on 0871 271 9840 or email email@example.com
The Albion Foundation is pleased to announce the development of an exciting new programme, Raising Attainment Through Enterprise (RATE). Enterprise is a bespoke educational programme that has been developed with partner schools that is linked to improve attainment English and Maths. The Enterprise programme will be delivered over the course of ten weeks and pupils will take part in ‘Enterprise Projects’ during a one hour lesson outside of the school curriculum.
If you would like any more information about the Premier League Enterprise programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Albion Foundation is pleased to announce the continued participation in the Premier League Enterprise Challenge 2015/2016. The Premier League Enterprise Challenge is an annual event where Premier League and Football League Club Community Organisations delivering Premier League Enterprise initiatives, schools, community groups and young people take part in an exciting national competition. The Challenge builds on existing enterprise education programmes delivered by the Foundation all year round.
If you would like more information about the Enterprise Challenge 2014/15, please contact email@example.com