Welcome to TBAC we provide a safe and friendly environment favourable to our young people's learning and wellbeing.
As an organisation we fundamentally believe in developing active relationships with Parents/Carers based on participation and collaboration with the young person being at centre of what we do.
This approach is based on experience and has proved to be mutually beneficial offering a positive partnership between you, your child and ourselves.
As a provision we are committed to working with you every step of the way to offer hands on support and practical guidance should you request or seek our assistance.
If you have any issues or concerns, please contact us, we will try and support you in any way we can. We hope your child’s time here with us will be enjoyable and successful. We provide each student with a bespoke timetable based on their individual needs and abilities.
Special Education Needs (SEN)
We also work with children with Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) with varying difficulties e.g. ASD, ADHD, Asperger's, Dyslexia etc
Every student is assigned a mentor and sessions are offered on a one-to-one or small group basis.
We are committed to raise the academic and social aspirations and achievements of children and young people who attend the centre by engaging parents in the education process and helping them to work in partnership as part of the learning process.
We will help parents/carers to understand the education system and how it work; prepare for school meetings and hold regular parents/carers meetings on a one to one or group basis. Parents/Carers can also benefits from an in-house mentoring services should you request our support.
TBAC offers a free breakfast club to all its Students, providing hot and cold drinks and a choice of cereals or toast before the day’s learning starts.
Your child will need to arrive at the centre at 8.30am to benefit from this, unless your child starts at 9.30 in which case, they will need to arrive at 9.00am.
At lunch times we offer a balanced and nutritious menu that your child can choose from.
We have published a number of policies and documents which we believe are important for you.
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Creating and maintaining a safe learning environment for children and young people and identifying where there are child welfare concerns and taking action to address them, in partnership with other organisations where appropriate.
Parents are required to ensure that their children receive efficient, full-time education and are therefore primarily responsible for ensuring that children attend and stay at the centre.
The aim is to ensure that every pupil receives the best education possible in a calm, controlled environment enabling self and mutual respect to develop.
TBAC is committed to providing a learning environment, which maintains high standards of behaviour. We believe that students respond more positively and develop their own social skills when all staff actively foster positive relationships based on trust and mutual respect.
TBAC welcomes all comments and suggestions about the services it provides and aims to resolve any issues informally in the first instance, and at a local level. Any issues or causes for concern should therefore be reported directly to the relevant person in that area, i.e. Class Tutor/Assessor, Work-Based Tutor/Assessor, Case Manager or Centre Manager.
TBAC is committed to the highest standards of openness, integrity and accountability. An important aspect of accountability and transparency is a mechanism to enable staff and other members of the Company to voice concerns in a responsible and effective manner.
What are Special Educational Needs and Disability?
A child or young person has special educational needs if her she has a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for him or her.
SEN Report 2020-2021
Nottingham City QA Evaluation Report
Starts: Tuesday 1 September (Friday 28 August is an Inset day and Monday 31 August is a Bank Holiday)
Half term: Monday 19 October to Friday 30 October
Ends: Friday 18 December
Starts: Monday 4 January
Half term: Monday 15 February to Friday 19 February
Ends: Thursday 1 April
Easter Weekend: Good Friday is 2 April and Easter Monday is 5 April – Schools are closed on both of these days
Starts: Monday 19 April
May Day: (Bank Holiday) Monday 3 May
Half term: Monday 31 May to Friday 4 June
Ends: Tuesday 27 July