50 Weeks A Year
Our model of educational support allows for fifty weeks continual service without breaks. Consistency is vital to help learners maintain their knowledge and skills. During half terms and holidays, learners are supported by trained professionals to consolidate their term-time learning, maximising the benefits of their education.
By teaching in contexts where skills are used directly, learners who struggle to generalise their abilities between situations can maximise their confidence and independence. For this reason, Burley Inclusive delivers its education in learners’ own homes, community settings, and work placements. Learning starts the moment staff arrive at your door.
Each learner completes a self-chosen timetable of enjoyable activities. Our curriculum has modules that cover all aspects of independent living, including independent travel, timekeeping, food and nutrition, home maintenance and employability. There is no compulsory class or group environment, and travel between learning environments is naturally incorporated into our provision.
One to One Teaching
Learning is undertaken with a staff-to-learner ratio of one to one, with activities mapped to the Core Skill Curriculum (CSC); a portfolio-based qualification that meets the criteria for the RARPA (Recognising and Recording Personal Achievement) qualifications framework. No other provision offers the same flexibility for how you can learn.