16 - 18 Education
We offer full-time Study Programmes that are designed
to prepare you for adulthood.
Learn your way!
Tailored learning, built around you.
By combining a specialist, vocational qualification, with skills including English and Mathematics as well as preparation and participation into employability skills.
This study programme has been developed to help everyone leaving school become well prepared for the workplace and higher education.
16 - 18 Education
Anxiety, depression, autism, ADHD, aspergers, dyslexia – just a few of the barriers our young people face today.
We aim to create a safe and fun environment for all our learners and strive to help them get they education they deserve to put them on the right track.
What are you interested in?
Study Programmes are for young people who are aged 16-18
(if you are 19+ and have an EHCP you are funded as a 16-18 Study Programme Learner).
Courses for Non-EHCP learners
If you are age 16 – 25 without an EHCP we do offer the following courses
National Careers Service
Free, impartial careers advice
Brush up your maths skills and become more confident with numbers!
For unemployed 16 - 18 year olds. Gain recognised qualifications and certificates
An education, health and care plan (EHCP) is for children and young people aged up to 25 who need more support than is available through SEN support.
EHCPs identify educational, health and social needs and set out the additional support to meet those needs to secure the best possible outcomes for them across education, health and social care and, as they get older, prepare them for adulthood.
If, following a period of time at SEN Support stage, your child or young person is still not making the expected progress at school, you can ask for an Education, Health and Care needs assessment.
It is always better if the education provider (usually the SENCO) makes the request as they are more able to ensure all the required information and evidence is contained within the request. However, parents and young people (over 16’s) are also able to make requests themselves directly to the Local Authority.
Forms can be found on the Local Authority website.
Places on the Post 16 course are commissioned by the Local Authority SEN 0-25 team. You will need to discuss a Post 16 placement at Eat that Frog with the SENCO at the Year 11 Annual Review or contact your Local Authority SEN 0-25 team or caseworker directly. Please call us at Eat That Frog for more information.
Eat That Frog offer short courses for non-EHCP learners.
– Princes Trust – 16-25 year olds
Yes, we do offer GCSE Maths and English.
Post 16 provision is delivered in our centres although some opportunity for online learning can be considered.
In the first instance, discuss with your GP and, if relevant, the education setting SENCO.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provides emotional and mental health assessment and treatment to children, young people, aged 0-18 years, and their families/carers. Torbay Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) – Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust.
Devon Adult Autism and ADHD Service provides a diagnostic and advisory role for the assessment of high functioning autism/Asperger’s disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for adults only. Devon Adult Autism and ADHD Service (DAANA) | DPT
Once the Local Authority has agreed to the placement, Eat That Frog will contact you to arrange induction visits.
Please contact us if you would like to visit, we are happy to arrange personal visits.
All Post 16 learning is delivered with 1:1 support with opportunities for group work as well
The centres run Post 16 education from 9.00-3.30 Monday-Friday. Post 16 full-time courses are 16 hours a week (2.5 days)
Each learner has a key tutor who supports individual pastoral needs.
Our tutors work 9.00-4.45 Monday – Friday in term times and can be contacted during these hours.