Some students need more help. Social, emotional, or behavioural barriers, or learning difficulties, can make traditional school or college settings difficult
We offer small group sizes, dedicated tutors, 1:1 mentoring, and bespoke programmes, which larger institutions cannot. We’ve helped students who haven’t succeeded elsewhere.
Because you want the best for them
Learners may gain confidence and work-related skills in Horticulture, Catering, and Digital Skills along with functional Maths, English, and IT.
Qualifications aren’t enough. We emphasise employability to prepare for the workplace. This could mean helping students enter a Traineeship, Apprenticeship, or Further Education programme. Our Work Coaches provide advice and guidance on progression routes and arrange internal and external work experience placements.
We’re special because we help our students with social skills and coping mechanisms, such as building confidence, reducing anxiety, and integrating into small groups. We help learners take advantage of every opportunity by working closely with The Prince’s Trust and other local providers, providing a programme of fun trips and activities during the summer holidays, and participating in fundraising/community projects to foster a sense of ‘belonging’.
We work closely with local authorities and learners with EHCPs to agree a bespoke learning package for each student.
How to apply: Gail Rochelle can arrange a taster session at one of our centres if needed. To apply, call her at 01803-551551.
Eat That Frog CIC is committed to protecting and promoting people’s welfare. Staff and visitors are expected to share this commitment.
Here are our Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
Eat That Frog are passionate about our young learners, giving them every chance they can to progress and succeed. Over the last couple of years, we recognise that learning opportunities have been missed and many have experienced an extended and significant disruption to their education because of coronavirus. The Government also believe that learners who are vulnerable and from disadvantaged backgrounds may be among those who have been most affected by this interruption. To help address this, they are asking schools and colleges to provide additional and targeted support in order to help bridge these gaps.
Therefore we have been allocated additional funding for this purpose. The 16-19 tuition fund will enable Eat That Frog to provide small group tuition to students and groups of students who are in scope for this funding and who require additional teaching or support for English and Maths as well as other subjects that have been disrupted including vocational or academic learning. We believe that this support will help our learners get back on track, helping them to achieve the best possible outcomes and continue their progression.
The fund will be used for small groups (up to 5 learners) and where required 1:1 tuition in English, Maths and other subjects as required and is available to 16 to 19 year old learners. These sessions will be in addition to the current timetabled hours. This support will be based on an individual needs assessment, the identification of an individual starting point and will be set to meet clear learning goals, expectations, outcomes and help to aid progression.
Progression into work
Supporting your Traineeship
A traineeship is a flexible education and training programme with work experience that unlocks the great potential of young people. It prepares you for your future career by helping you to become ‘work ready’.
Traineeships are designed to help young people aged 16 to 24 who don’t yet have the skills or experience needed to get an apprenticeship or job.
Supporting your Internship
Supported internships are a structured study programme based primarily at an employer. They enable young people aged 16-24 with a statement of SEN, or an Education, Health and Care plan to achieve sustainable paid employment by equipping them with the skills they need for work, through learning in the workplace.
Supported internships are unpaid, and last for a minimum of six months. Wherever possible, they support the young person to move into paid employment at the end of the programme. Alongside their time at the employer, young people complete a personalised study programme which includes the chance to study for relevant substantial qualifications, if appropriate, and English and mathematics.
Supporting your Apprenticeship
If you are studying an Apprenticeship we are able to offer you learning support on a bespoke basis in line with your individual needs.
Please discuss your needs with our Learning Adviser.
Study Programmes are for young people who are aged 16-18<br>
(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!
I’m Unemployed Get Me Out Of Here
Do something AMAZING!
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.
Requesting a Statutory Assessment for an EHCP (SEND Information for parents and young people) | Torbay FIS Directory.
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.
Yes! We have a dedicated page full of useful careers information and downloads. Click here to view our careers page.
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.