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Case Studies

Case Studies
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Jo is a 15 year old white British female with very Low level literacy and numeracy skills, short concentration spans, and low confidence and self-esteem. She can learn quickly once she gets over the hurdle of understanding material and tasks.…
Kyle had a troubled history at secondary school. A bright primary pupil, he became disengaged and had narrowly escaped exclusion on two occasions. The school was keen not to exclude him, but realised Kyle needed time out – a chance to…
Danny is only 10, but has Asperger's and had been excluded from his primary school. Although very difficult to engage in a classroom with 30 other pupils, he loved working on the computer so his Head Teacher and Case Worker turned…
Luke is a year 11 pupil, excluded twice in the past, with a low attendance history and little hope of any formal qualifications. His Local Authority put in place an individual package for him, coupling our Year 10 education programme…
Carrie had many issues at school. She was both bullied and accused of bullying and, subsequently, was engaged in working with CAMHS. Able, if somewhat mercurial, Carrie joined our Year 11 eduction programme for 15 hours a week. She struck…
Ayesha has a chronic medical condition that prevents her from accessing full time education for the moment. However, she is a keen student and eager to learn. Unable to judge how long Ayesha would be out of school, and needing lessons…

Feel the freedom!

Apricot Online offers a go-anywhere solution to alternative learning provision. We bring school to the pupil wherever there is a computer and a broadband connection. And a growing number of clients throughout the UK are taking a byte of what we have to offer: live, interactive online education delivered by qualified teachers.

Career evolution

Apricot offers short courses in independent careers advice. Apricot promotes the discovery of the self in helping students determine appropriate career paths. Work related learning is essential for many young people at risk. Learning how to cooperate with others and recognise authority in the work place is just as important as workplace skills.

Learn from home

It's never easy to be isolated. Apricot lends a hand by linking with other students across the country from the comfort of your students' own home or hospital bed. Pupils with a diversity of needs ranging from physical or mental health problems, SEN, social difficulties, behaviour issues or simply requiring a little extra support to re-engage with learning are all progressing with Apricot’s support and innovative online education techniques.

Just imagine...

Let our technology lead the way to great ideas for all your students. Re-engagement is our strength and exciting new ways of thinking and learning is our passion. Our students routinely make improvements not only in academic performance, but also in their confidence, motivation, punctuality, and ability to settle into lessons.
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