Our goal is to get young people believing in themselves to gain a Duke of Edinburgh Award or NCEA Level 1 credits.
By creating a strong relational culture, tutors work closely with young people engaging them in a wide range of activities that aim to ‘trigger’ them towards positive choices and therefore successful pathways forward. Becoming contributing citizens is a major focus through the teaching and learning of soft skills such as engaging in routines, following instructions, contributing to create positive environments and interactions with others.
The programme runs as a typical school day, during the term. Young people will engage in Level 1 academic lessons (Te Kura) as well as practical skills and Education Outside the Classroom (D.O.E) alongside their tutors and other volunteers from within the community.
To attend Impact, a young person must be referred to us via Cam Fisher, North Shore Alternative Education Consortium Manager. He can be contacted on 0272836912. If a young person is currently enrolled in school, please liaise with the school in the first instance regarding alternative education.
Cam Fisher 0272836912
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