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Peer Assisted Learning Sessions (PALS)

In response to feedback from schools and young people our Peer Assisted Learning Sessions (PALS) are a versatile way of working on personal development goals. They link very much into the PSE elements of the National curriculum.

The sessions are normally half a day and for groups of up to 6 young people. They can be used as a progression pathway for learners who have been on a 1-1 programme or they can be a stand alone offer for young people who need additional support in building confidence and self-esteem in a supported way.

Some schools use them as a roll on / roll off provision whereby different young people have the opportunity to attend each half term.

The sessions focus on positive communication, team-working, understanding how our behaviour impacts others, dealing with confidence and preparing for change.

Groups are formed throughout the year so there are no fixed entry or exit points, making it a really flexible option for schools to access for young people. This can really help school to retain a learner before more serious sanctions are imposed, such as partial or total exclusion.

Please get in touch if you would like more information on the Peer Assisted Learning Sessions and for a copy of our full Programme Summary.

If you require further information, please contact us for a copy of our full Programme Summary.

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