The Switch Project nurtures young people’s behaviour, emotional and social development through early intervention, mentoring and support.
From our centre in Wolverhampton we have worked with young people in West Midlands schools, communities and other organisations for 10 years, particularly offering support to those considered vulnerable to educational disengagement or are struggling to cope in school. With this experience we have developed a range of approaches and resources, which include our daily social inclusion programmes aimed at increasing social-emotional learning, improving attendance and helping the young person to thrive and flourish, whilst also providing support and guidance for parents, teachers, schools and other referring organisations.
We also have significant industry experience in multimedia, such as video and music production, and have successfully used these skills as a medium for delivering exciting and engaging workshops that either tackle challenging behaviour, focus on issues such as anti-bullying and self-esteem or provide workshops in the digital and creative arts.
Our staff are ‘National Specialist Leaders in Behaviour and Attendance,’ are trained in Pivotal Education Behaviour and Safety, as well as teaching and learning, safeguarding, first aid and professional arts qualifications, plus Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks. We also complete the Wolverhampton City Council Quality Assurance and Compliance regulatory checks, which are available on request.
Please contact our office team on (01902) 552 288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about commissioning bespoke workshops or the availability of places on our daily inclusion programmes.