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Affordable alternative provision, for young people who will thrive in a small group environment.

– Neurodivergent minds
– Students
experiencing anxiety or low confidence/self-esteem
– Year 6 Transition
– Enrichment & wellbeing

Educational Groups: Various Locations: Starting from £15 per young person / per session

We offer a range of educational groups that provide enriching learning opportunities, in a nurturing environment with experienced and qualified teachers.  We can also provide custom groups for your school.  Please get in touch to discuss.

Groups can be accessed as a half or full-day provision and are suited to young people who will thrive in a small group environment, without requiring 1:1 support.  These sessions will especially benefit neurodivergent young people and those who need to build self-confidence. 

For KS2 age, our “Junior Skills & Social” day on a Friday provides numeracy, literacy and life skills through games, engaging activities and storytelling.  Young people benefit from lots of time to develop social and team-working skills whilst taking part in activities such as Outdoor Learning, STEM, Cooking, Sports, Problem Solving and crafts.

For Secondary age, young people can access Maths, English and Science in small groups in relaxed settings.  This can include tuition for Functional Skills & GCSE. 

We also offer “Senior Skills & Social”, where young people can cook and get active every week and develop skills in team-work, problem solving, crafting and more.  They also have the opportunity to get involved with project work covering topics such as Environmental Protection and Wellbeing. 

Young people in Yr 9 and above can also undertake their Duke of Edinburgh Award through this group.

Our pioneering Life Skills programme which runs on a Tuesday gives young people everything they need for adult life and can be accessed from Year 7 and above.   They learn about finances, housing, transport, education and the world of employment and business.  Every session starts with a wellbeing practice and we often invite interesting and relevant visitors into the sessions.

School Enrichment: In school or at Frogmary Green Farm

Rama Life offer a range of activities and learning provisions for your school.  They can be used as part of your enrichment, sports or outdoor learning programme – or to cover temporary staff absence (subject to availability).

On a Thursday afternoon your young people can visit us at the beautiful Frogmary Green Farm, where we can offer a range of activities for young people who may be one (or more) of the following:

  • Part of a class for outdoor learning or end of term enrichment
  • Not attending school regularly and need support for wellbeing, education or a bridge back into school.
  • From military families who will benefit from nurture and a space to build resilience and confidence.
  • Year 6 students about to transition to secondary school.
  • In receipt of Pupil Premium and will benefit from a little extra support

Schools can also book individuals onto “Calm” which runs on a Thursday morning. 

We offer:

  • Outdoor Learning (including nature, fire-lighting, outdoor cooking, pitching tents, building shelters, map reading, orienteering, messy play, soft-archery, shelter building, whittling (depending on group size and leader availability), sensory and mindfulness sessions, wide games, sports and much more).
  • STEM, Problem Solving, Team Building, First Aid, Mindfulness and More.

We can tailor sessions to compliment your curriculum or meet aims for specific funding – including sports premium.

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Gemma Coward, Headteacher at St Bartholomews First School, Crewkerne

“Rama Life have provided flexible, consistent and compassionate alternative provision for pupils with protected characteristics and at risk of permanent exclusion. The flexibility of approach has included Rama Life team led learning and the school accessing the site and doing school staff led learning as well as supporting some learning in school. This provision has enabled the pupils to be successful in their learning which no other strategy or setting alone had been able to achieve.

Jenn and her team have worked in partnership with the school and other agencies to ensure EHCP targets are being worked towards through targeted support by a primary trained teacher. Rama Life have a holistic approach to education and ensure that children’s social, emotional and mental health is at the centre of all they do. Their committed partnership work ensures consistency of approach, language and strategy enabling the pupils’ transition between settings to be smooth and ensuring they feel valued and that they have a sense of belonging at each setting.

Rama Life care deeply about each child accessing their provision. They go above and beyond to provide a fully inclusive experience enabling children to be successful and feel pride in their learning.”

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Our Fees:

We are offering a highly unique opportunity for schools to be able to access alternative provision, for young people who can manage within a group without 1:1, at a highly subsidised rate.  This is to try and support those young people who do not currently have an EHCP.

If you would like to send a young person who does have funding available through the council, our full rate will apply.  This ensures two things: firstly that the government are paying for the provision, as is their legal responsibility.  Secondly, it enables us to ensure the business is as robust as possible, so we can support as many young people as possible.

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