MAIN provides alternative educational opportunities for children and young people who are unable to access mainstream education.
A vast range of accredited ASDAN courses are available which are tailored to the individual’s needs to ensure they all achieve success no matter what their ability.
Based mainly at our High Force Road facilities learners are able to learn how to participate in a range of programmes including gardening, furniture restoration and cooking learning the skills of teamwork whilst also embedding the skills of literacy, numeracy and IT. As a result through fun and in learning about relationships young people are better prepared for independence in their adult lives.
Before Daniel started accessing MAIN’s Post Diagnosis Support Service (PDSS) he was isolated and spent most of his time alone at home. His apprenticeship had not worked out how he had hoped and he was beginning to feel a failure. He...