The Evolve Project

The Evolve Project

‘An alternative to education' for those with additional needs aged 16 -25 years. The project provides 1 -1 support at all times and offers a diverse range of enjoyable activities. In order for the young people to feel more settled and know what to expect each day, a timetable has been produced which mimic’s that of a school timetable but without the pressure of formal education. 

The programme of activities includes: IT sessions, sensory activities, social and communication skills, arts and crafts, independent and safety skills, music, cookery, physical activities, gardening and practical visits in the local community to develop life skills. This may alter from time to time to reflect the nature and needs of the young people attending. 

The project operates over 39 weeks between the hours 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday. 

The Service is fully inclusive of transport, (pick up’s will generally be about 8.30am each day and return home around 3.30pm) activities, a healthy meal, outings and trips. Our team can also cater for specific diets. 

The service can be funded by a personal budget/direct payment or privately by families. This is fantastic value when you consider the combined cost of alternative providers and home transport.

If you would like to learn more about the service or visit to see the facilities, please contact Melanie Clark, Section Head for Health and Wellbeing on 01429 867016.

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