Aims and ethos

Youth Works' aims and ethos reflect the cultural framework that unlocks the potential of the young people attending our education provision. 

Statement of school aims

  1. To re-engage learners who are at risk of educational and/or social exclusion
  2. To provide learners with opportunities to achieve success and fulfil their potential
  3. To provide timetables tailored to individual needs
  4. To improve emotional wellbeing through targeted interventions
  5. To develop well-rounded individuals socially, emotionally, physically, and creatively
  6. To value independence, and enable our learners to become valued members of the community
  7. To provide a welcoming, safe and vibrant environment where everyone is listened to and respected
  8. To encourage and enable the continuous professional development of staff, ensuring effective communication between all
  9. To nurture strong partnerships and positive relationships with parents, carers and the wider community
  10. To provide clear progression routes into further education, employment and training
  11. To recognise and celebrate success in all aspects of college life

Ethos

Youth Works are committed to developing a welcoming, safe and vibrant learning environment that will enable our learners to become valued members of the community. We believe our college will nurture all individuals on their journey to achieve their full and unique potential, by recognising and being responsive to individual learner needs. 

Youth Works

Youth Works

about 3 days ago

Photos from Youth Works's post

Alps cycle challenge update from Alan: “Day 4, done. I swear that nearly killed me today. The last 5k was at 10 &12 %. I thought I was going to pass o...

Alps cycle challenge update from Alan:
“Day 4, done. I swear that nearly killed me today. The last 5k was at 10 &12 %. I thought I was going to pass o...
View on Facebook
Youth Works

Youth Works

about 3 days ago

Photos from Youth Works's post

A massive thank you to Bernie from Cafe Oak in Geddington for giving one of our learners the opportunity of gaining some work experience. The support ...

A massive thank you to Bernie from Cafe Oak in Geddington for giving one of our learners the opportunity of gaining some work experience. The support ...
View on Facebook
Youth Works

Youth Works

about 4 days ago

Photos from Youth Works's post

Alan’s update: “Day 3 done. 2 degrees at the top. Had to change into winter gear to come down. 26 kilometres of sheer hell and freezing coming down. ...

Alan’s update:
“Day 3 done. 
2 degrees at the top. Had to change into winter gear to come down. 26 kilometres of sheer hell and freezing coming down. ...
View on Facebook