Bespoke Alternative Education Projects
Since our inception in 2008, Rewise Learning has forged a long and trusted working relationship with the Prince’s Trust. Our shared ethos and goals of helping all young people to achieve their full potential has led to several exciting and effective collaborations between our organisations.
Rewise came to Ysgol Y Gogarth, a residential Special School, to deliver a STEM based filming projects as part of the local TRAC project. Students improved their knowledge of filming equipment and directing skills to produce a film about the school, the staff, and what activities goes on there.
The Digital Youth Club is an online solution to disrupted education, isolation as a result of lockdown, and lack of support from peer groups, social services, and other organisations. It was created after discussions with a local education authority of how best to reach and engage with young people during times of lockdown or other factors.
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!”