WELCOME FROM THE HEAD TEACHER
It is our belief that every individual has been gifted with immense talents. Our aim is to help young people identify their strengths and support them to access the opportunities available to work towards a brighter future. Established in 2004, our main objective was to empower the young and building upon their strengths with a view to also helping families and the wider community. We are very pleased with the progress everyone has made over time. Our on-going commitment to raising standards for our young people is based upon the ideology of providing a holistic learning environment to meet their growing needs. Future First prides itself on working cohesively with young people, families and referring agencies. We believe this is fundamental in creating change and accomplishing achievements. We provide a broad and balanced curriculum designed to cater for the needs of all our young people. Staff have high expectations from all our learners with the emphasis placed on building positive relationships with them. Ensuring the young people feel safe is the foundation of our success. A wide range of extracurricular activities including trips and outbound excursions all form an essential part of our school experience. Through our robust self-development and outbound education programs we aim to provide our young people with opportunities and experiences that will empower them to make a positive contribution to society. We are proactive in ensuring the involvement from parents and carers. We look forward to your child becoming a member of our school community and taking full advantage of the opportunities available. We promise to help your child make academic progress and ensure post 16 objectives including reintegration into mainstream education or further education and employment are achieved.
“Future First provides a good standard of education and care for all students and meets its aims effectively. It is highly successful in improving students’ attendance; punctuality and conduct, including their behavior and aptitude for learning.”