The Pathway

Our Mission

To prepare our young people to support themselves in work and to thrive in life and beyond, using sport to improve physical and mental health and to teach important life skills that relate to each individual.

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The Pathway works with young people from the ages of 13 years to 18 years old with a focus and outcome being to get into some type of work placement and to support themselves in life. Our hands-on approach provides our young people with the opportunity to learn important life skills that many take for granted.

Re-engaging our young people
Re-engaging our young people

Using sport and practical based activities as a tool to build confidence, battle mental health and improve physical well being is so important to each young person in the program.

The practical element of the program provides each and every young person with the opportunity to learn, grow and potentially lead in each session, preparing them for real-life situations.

Our expertise
Our expertise

Our team is made up of professionals and specialists in numerous areas and backgrounds. Everything we deliver is underpinned by strategies and resources encompassing positive behaviour support strategies.

All staff hold current DBS and undertake safeguarding, Prevent, FGM and First Aid training. CALM deescalation and positive handling training is provided to our staff along with trauma, challenging behaviour and SEN training

Individually catered program
Individually catered program

The Pathway progresses individuals through the 4 levels we offer:
Level 1- One to one mentoring/reengagement into sessions/trust and confidence building/life skills
Level 2- Small group mentoring/enhanced life skills/coping strategies
Level 3- Practical life skills/experiencing work trade’s
Level 4- Work experience/work placement/advanced life skills relating to work and life