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Green Corridor

 Green Corridor is a registered charity and approved Section 41 Post-16 Specialist Education Provider for young people with and Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), aged 16-25 with Special Educational Needs (SEN). Our study programmes are individualised to the needs of each learner to prepare them for education at the next level or for employment. We run accredited vocational courses in Horticulture and Catering as well as English and Maths Functional Skills. Functional Skills are embedded throughout each individual study programme.  All learners have access to regular one-to-ones for emotional and wellbeing support alongside our Enrichment Programme and support into employment. 

 

Vision: 

All our young people with special educational needs have the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential and participate in all aspects of life in their communities. 

Christmas Fundraising Raffle

Come take part in our Christmas fundraising raffle! We are raising money for IT supplies for our learners to help develop their communication on various platforms, independence through the use of different technologies and their access to education during remote learning. This greatly enhances their self-confidence and IT skills.

 

With an extensive range of exciting Christmas gifts, this is a great way to raise money for our learners. So please join us on our online raffle on the 10th December! Tickets go on sale on the 19th November, they're £3 each and the prizes are...

 
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Home Cooking Skills
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Horticulture
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Functional Skills

Tim Knight
CEO

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Covid-19 Secure Site

 Since the start of this pandemic, we have remained fully operational to continue providing education and support for our young people and will continue to do so until/unless instructed otherwise by central government. We are operating a very safe learning environment in terms of compliance with all relevant legislation and guidance from both the Department for Education (DfE) and Public Health England (PHE) Safeguarding, Health & Safety and particularly preventing the spread of Coronavirus.