Mentoring & Life Skills

Our experienced team provide one-to-one life skills and mentoring to our young people, with parents and educational authorities as an integral part of our process. We aim to offer services depending on what the young person needs.

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SEN Provision

Special Educational Needs (SEN) provision for young people needing support with behaviour, social, emotional and mental health needs.

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Experienced Mentors

Our dedicated and experienced mentors provide one-to-one mentoring and life skills coaching around society, community and social acceptance.

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We offer one-to-one tutoring in functional skills including Mathematics, English and ICT.

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Transition Support

Proven track record in helping students transition back into education or onto further education settings.

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Career Pathways

Work experience and employment pathways for 14 to 18 year olds.

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Breaking down barriers to learning with ASDAN, NOCN and BKSB qualifications offered.

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Nurturing Environment

Offering a safe and nurturing environment where young people can build secure relationships and develop trust.

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Helping young people find a passion and engaging them in activities they enjoy, as well as signposting and connecting young people to positive pathways.

Alternative Learning Provision

Sporting Chance Project also has an Alternative Learning Provision. We offer taster sessions in the construction industry for 14 to 18-year-olds.

How can we help you?

Find out more about our mentoring and life skills services and how we can help you.