Alternative Education Courses and Resources
We understand some young people do not flourish in a mainstream school setting. Rewise provides alternative learning projects within other settings such as pupil referral units, children’s secure units and community-based settings. Our alternative education projects ensure young people have fun whilst learning creatively through practical and hands-on learning; a different method of learning compared to a traditional classroom environment.
We have worked with over 50k young people who are NEET or at risk of becoming NEET
We have been providing alternative education to local authorities, youth offending units, schools and youth organisations for over 10 years. Helping to engage over 50k young people, by making learning fun and relatable.
Rewise Learning have delivered educational courses to all type of learner in different types of locations from pupil referral units to community-based settings.
Our alt-ed courses allow all types of learner to engage with education through hands on and different ways of learning. This way we make learning fun.
We can create alternative educational courses or resources designed specifically around your students and school. This ensures we are able to get the most out of the student, making it a worth while project for the individuals involved.
Check out our previous courses here.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
MR JONES, HEADTEACHER, ST JOHN THE BAPTIST SCHOOL
"The best thing about the music course was the way my class not only absorbed the learning content in a creative way, but the way it challenged them to step out of their comfort zone. The changes in confidence of some individuals has been nothing short of extraordinary"
PARTICIPANT, TUNE INTO YOUR POTENTIAL
“The course and support from the Rewise team helped me get a work placement that has led to a job. The best decision I ever made was to sign up.”
PUPIL, SWANSEA SCHOOL
“I learned so much about how to manage a business - financial management, marketing strategy, and people management. I feel well prepared for the world of work!”