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  • Learning Videos | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Learning Videos Learn more Contact us The Phoenix Project learning This channel is coming soon! Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more Get in touch If you have questions please get in touch with us on: info@thephoenixproject.org.uk I'm a parent I'm a professional

  • Tutoring | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Tutoring Learn more Contact us Tutoring If you are looking for live online tutoring, we can recommend excellent online tutors who can cater for 1-2-1 and small groups in English, Maths and Science. We will be happy to help you find the perfect tutor. Enquire now Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more Get in touch If you have questions please get in touch with us on: info@thephoenixproject.org.uk I'm a parent I'm a professional

  • Proactively Supporting Schools | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Proactively supporting schools Learn more Contact us Get in touch Our team understands the challenges faced by students who may struggle academically, and we're committed to providing tailored solutions to meet their needs. Feel free to reach out to us for information about our programs, resources, or any other inquiries you may have. First Name Last Name Email Phone Type your message here... I agree to the terms & conditions subject to the Privacy & Cookie Policy Submit info@thephoenixproject.org.uk Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more

  • Home | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Welcome to the Phoenix Project I'm a parent I'm a professional Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Enrolling now for September 2024 Our mission We understand that one size doesn’t fit all young people. We know there are many barriers that a young person can face that makes learning in a busy classroom, or attending a large school a daunting and difficult experience. ​ Our mission is to provide a compassionate, ambitious and inclusive learning experience for every student that chooses Phoenix. We provide alternative online learning programmes for secondary school age students year 7 to 11. We cater for schools looking for a quality full time and part time alternative provision, families considering electively home educating or flexi-learning arrangements with their schools and young people struggling with emotionally based school avoidance (EBSA). Learn more Lessons with a difference Supporting young people with compassionate, ambitious and inclusive learning online. Find out more about our classes and facilities. Curriculum Policies About us Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more Inclusive online learning programmes We provide alternative online learning programmes for secondary school age students year 7 to 11. We cater for schools looking for a quality full time and part time alternative provision, families considering electively home educating or flexi-learning arrangements with their schools and young people struggling with emotionally based school avoidance (EBSA). Learn more Contact us Please fill out the from below and a member of our team will be in touch as soon as possible. First Name Last Name Email Phone Type your message here... I agree to the terms & conditions subject to the Privacy & Cookie Policy Submit

  • Supporting You & Your Child | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Supporting you & your child Learn more Contact us Get in touch We understand that as a parent, you may have questions. Whether it's about enrolment, course content, or anything else, we're here to help. Our dedicated team is committed to ensuring that your child has a seamless and enriching learning experience. Please feel free to reach out to us via the form below or through the contact information provided. First Name Last Name Email Phone Type your message here... I agree to the terms & conditions subject to the Privacy & Cookie Policy Submit info@thephoenixproject.org.uk Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more

  • Thank you | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Thank you for your enquiry. We will be back in touch as soon as possible Learn more View curriculum Find out more In the meantime find out more about The Phoenix Project About Find out more Curriculum Find out more Policies Find out more Blogs Read here

  • Policies | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Policies Learn more Contact us Our policies Our priority is keeping children safe and secure in their learning environment. Therefore we have put together these policies to ensure all children have a happy and trustworthy environment to learn and grow. ​ Should you have any questions on any of our policies, please get in touch. Health & Safety Policy Read here Curriculum Policy Read here Complaints Policy Read here Safeguarding Policy Read here Behaviour for Learning Policy Read here Anti Bullying Policy Read here Assessment, Tracking & Reporting Policy Read here Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more Get in touch If you have questions please get in touch with us on: info@thephoenixproject.org.uk I'm a parent I'm a professional

  • Safeguarding | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Safeguarding Learn more Contact us Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Contact us Get in touch If you have questions please get in touch with us on: info@thephoenixproject.org.uk I'm a parent I'm a professional

  • About Us | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    About the Phoenix Project Learn more Contact us Online alternative education provider We are an online alternative education provider. We provide bespoke programmes of study that students can access from home or within a school setting at an affordable price. Students complete their learning at their own pace using learning booklets and receiving written feedback from qualified, specialist subject teachers to develop their understanding. How we work Students are part of a daily live tutor group that helps develop a sense of community and covers important topics such as internet safety, mental health and wellbeing and careers advice and guidance. Every child has a personal mentor, who will meet once a week for an online 1-1 mentoring session. In some circumstances these may be home visits. We can work with work experience providers to KS4 students to include a local work experience placement as part of a student’s individual programme of study. Enquire now Jackie Nicholls "I’m Jackie Nicholls, the Founder and headteacher of The Phoenix Project. I am an experienced senior leader in education and over recent years I have been struck by the limited choices families have when it comes to alternative education options." "I could see how desperate it can feel when mainstream education isn’t working for a child but families have no other options, so I created The Phoenix Project. We exist to provide an inclusive and compassionate service that supports students to reach their ambitions, whatever they may be." Are you a parent looking for our support? If you are a family considering electively home educating your child, we can work with you and your current school to find a more effective, affordable solution. If you would like information around elective home education, what it means for you and your child, and what alternatives are available, contact us. Contact us My child is enrolled with a mainstream school but I would like them to access The Phoenix Project, what can I do? You can approach your school directly and ask them to consider enrolling your child in one of our programmes, or you can contact us and we can approach your child’s school on your behalf. Remember that schools buy into alternative provision programmes at their own discretion and often have school and trust policies detailing their use of alternative provisions. You may want to check their website and read any alternative provision policy they may have. What KS4 qualifications do you offer? We provide learning resources that cover GCSE AQA English Language, AQA maths and AQA trilogy Combined science. If I electively home educate, how do I pay for my child’s programme? Once you have selected the programme you want your child to follow, we will invoice you half termly in advance of each half term. Once payment is received, students will be provided with login details to access their google classrooms. How long does it take for my child to be enrolled and begin online learning? Once you have confirmed which programme you would like to follow, we can complete onboarding within 48 hours. How long can my child study with the Phoenix Project? The minimum enrolment is 1 half term (6 weeks) and the longest is a full key stage. At the end of KS3 learning, a student can enrol on the KS4 programme. Families are invoiced per half term. I want my child to finish their programme of study with The Phoenix Project, what do I need to do? If you electively home educate, you will be invoiced in advance for the coming half term. You can end your placement by emailing us atenrolment@thephoenixproject.org.uk, we will end your placement. If your school is paying for you to access our provision, you should contact your school to discuss ending your placement and we will work with your school to end your placement. How do I enrol my child? Complete the registration form and you will be sent the appropriate onboarding documents, as soon as these are completed students can begin to access online learning. I want my child to complete part time study, what can I do? We offer full time and part time programmes. If you electively home educate you can choose any subject or provision that suits you. We will make a bespoke programme and you can pay for this in half termly slots. You can make changes to your programme each half term if you wish. If your child is accessing our provision through their mainstream school, you will need to discuss your preferences with your school directly and we will liaise with them to make sure your child follows the correct programme. Frequently asked questions Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more Get in touch If you have questions please get in touch with us on: info@thephoenixproject.org.uk I'm a parent I'm a professional

  • Curriculum | The Phoenix Project Online Learning

    Curriculum Learn more Contact us Our packages We offer full time learning packages for key stage 3 and 4, both designed to support students to progress and prepare for the next stage of their learning journey. We can also provide bespoke part time programmes of study for students who require elements of the full time packages. Enquire now Key stage 3 & 4 curriculum package: English Maths Science SMSC Weekly personal mentoring Group tutor time Live study support Enquire now Home education packages: For families home educating their children, we can provide a bespoke range of resources for students that are affordable and easy to follow. Costs will vary depending on the subjects being completed and the use of mentoring and tutoring options. ​ Enquire now Personalised learning maps Every student receives a personalised learning map to support them to make progress in each subject and prepare for the end of key stage assessments. GCSE exams must be sat at the young person’s home school or at a private exam centre. Learning with The Phoenix Project is about a lot more than preparing for exams. We prioritise mental health and wellbeing for all our students. We know that students often come to alternative education after really negative and demoralising experiences in the mainstream school sector, we can support students to build their confidence and self esteem, help them work out what it is that makes them unique and amazing and support them to grow and achieve their ambitions for the future, whatever that looks like. Enquire now How students learn The learning space Once students are enrolled on their chosen subject or programmes, they join a google classroom for each subject. Students will find learning booklets and learning resources to complete at their own pace. Learning and feedback Once booklets are complete, students submit them and receive written feedback from a qualified specialist teacher to help them develop their understanding. Students can resubmit any work to check improvements. What equipment do student’s need? Students need to have access to a computer or laptop with a camera, a headset and a space to work at such as a desk or table. If you are accessing The Phoenix Project as a provision through your current school, they may be able to support you, to ensure you have the equipment you need. Student’s won’t be able to complete online learning effectively using just a mobile phone. Timetables and routine One of the greatest advantages of learning with Phoenix is the flexibility it affords. Live tutoring takes place from 9:15am every morning, this is a 20 minute session. All other learning and mentoring can take place at a time and pace that suits you. Some students will benefit from setting a routine and sticking to times for completing certain subjects, others will prefer to work around other commitments or pick up work as they feel able and focused. What is a personalised learning map? Students join Phoenix at different points in their learning journey and at different times of the academic year. Every student receives a personalised map that lists which subjects and which booklets they should be working on throughout their time with Phoenix. Every learning map is different. It considers what learning they have already done, what their end target or goal is, what their learning needs are and what arrangements may be in place with their current school. During mentoring sessions, students discuss progress against their learning journey and agree short term goals to help keep them on track and motivated. Exams Dual rolled students If a student is dual rolled (this means they are a member of a mainstream school who pay for them to access The Phoenix Project), they will sit their GCSE or functional skills exams at their school. We will communicate with your school to make sure your child sits the correct paper and is fully prepared for the exam. Home educated students Families of home educated students are responsible for booking and paying for national exams themselves. You will need to find a private exam centre early and work with them to enter, pay and sit the correct exams. We may be able to help you find a private exam centre to help with this process. Safeguarding Safeguarding students is our greatest priority. If you are worried about the safety or wellbeing of a Phoenix Project student contact us immediately at safeguarding@thephoenixproject.org.uk ​ If you believe them to be in immediate danger contact 999. Find out more Get in touch If you have questions please get in touch with us on: info@thephoenixproject.org.uk I'm a parent I'm a professional

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