Research and analysis

Preparing learners with learning disabilities for work

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Foxes Academy prepares learners with learning disabilities for work.

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Foxes Academy - Good Practice Example.pdf

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Foxes Academy ensures that learners with learning difficulties develop skills to help them prepare for paid, supported or voluntary work. It sets high standards for these learners, has high expectations of them and has outstanding collaboration with employers to enable this. Learners develop expertise and confidence through work that builds on skills acquired; meets personal, social and vocational needs; and supports personal ambitions.