Each one of Achievement for All's core programmes is tailored to meet the needs of individual early years settings, schools and colleges. We collaborate closely with our settings, schools and colleges to openly monitor and review the impact of our programmes – and, through investing in informed activity, are constantly striving to develop our services. As a result, our track record is one of demonstrable success, going back to the charity's earliest days. The cost of the programmes range from £2,000 to £5,950. Bespoke costings can be discussed for a group of schools, colleges or settings
Achieving Early works with setting leaders, practitioners, teachers, families and carers, to help children flourish and develop, ensuring their needs are met at every stage.
Achieving Early Firm Foundation
Achieving Early Firm Foundation works with school and setting leaders, staff, families and carers to identify, help and monitor the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children at the start of their journey through school.
Achieving Schools works closely with primary, special, secondary and free schools to dramatically enhance the goals and outcomes of their pupils.
Achieving Further has been specially adapted to benefit all vulnerable learners – including those with SEND, learners in care, disengaged students and those living in poverty in further education
Achieving More will help your school and setting to continue to embed whole school improvement strategies resulting in increased rates of progress for more children across your school and setting.
Achieving Wellbeing offers education settings a comprehensive set of complementary strategies and approaches to unlock academic achievement and accelerate progress by improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of an education setting
Achieving Wellbeing CLA
The Achieving Wellbeing (CLA) Programme coaches and supports Designated Teachers to promote a whole school culture where the personalised learning needs of looked after and previously looked after children and their personal, emotional and academic needs are prioritised in order to improve wellbeing and attainment.