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WiEducate is an education provision for young people aged 16+ with an EHCP. They offer bespoke programmes to support young people back into education, training or employment.

WiEducate works with young people who have been unable to attend other education provision. They deliver an outreach programme and a group programme.

The Outreach programme works with young people who are unable to come into sessions straightaway, they can deliver 1:1 sessions from the home and/or in the community to support young people to develop their confidence, resilience and build up the skills to be able to access education.

The group programme works with a small group of young people (up to 5) supporting them to build on their skills within the community, life skills and transition into their next steps.

WiEducate supports young people to gain their Functional skills in English and Maths, this is achieved through project work, embedding Maths and English into the curriculum and providing additional support to prepare for exams. 

WiEducate develops a bespoke programme for each young person they are working with, supporting them to explore their interests, wishes and aspirations. They support young people to progress  towards their EHCP outcomes as well as develop skills to support them into adulthood such as budgeting, cooking, accessing the community, travelling and keeping safe.

WiEducate works with the young person to develop strategies to support them with their wellbeing and will have access to a Wellbeing practitioner who will develop a plan to support them whilst on programme and into adulthood. They also offer 1:1 sessions with our Youth Mentor to support young people to develop their confidence, access the community safely and explore interests.

They support young people aged 16+ with an EHCP who have been unable to attend their previous education provision. Wieducate supports young people who have previously been NEET, on an EOTAS package, or on roll but unable to attend their previous provision.

  • Northampton Area
  • West Northamptonshire
  • Northamptonshire
Age range
Suitable for ages from 16 years to 25 years
Referral route
Professional Referral
For people with
  • Not in Education, Employment, or Training (NEET)
  • Social, Emotional, or Mental Health (SEMH) Needs
Eligibility criteria
  • Assessment Needed
  • Not in Education, Employment, or Training (NEET)
  • Special Educational Needs or a Disability (SEND)
Provider category
Specialist Services - For those who require longer-term support

Service hours



8 Cheyne Walk
United Kingdom


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Last updated 10 April 2024