Whatever a young person’s needs, PACE Education can be a flexible place of learning. Whether you’re looking for a placement full-time five days a week, or need just a day or two, arrangements can be made to accommodate new students.

PACE’s placement programme can be tailored to suit the individual, and ‘creative packages’ are available. Our range of qualifications and award schemes are set up specifically to enable young people to participate no matter how many days they are present.

Sport and leisure activities are also a hugely important part of life at PACE Education, enabling students to get fit, have fun and let off steam, as well as develop new hobbies and interests. These are on the curriculum for full- and part-time attendees.

In return, pupils must sign up to abide by PACE’s caring ethos, including an anti-bullying policy. Click here to read it.

If you would like to enquire about placement funding and costs, or to discuss individual requirements within the curriculum, please arrange a chat with Cherri Felton or Clare Harper. Group discounts and reductions are available.

PACE accepts referrals from a variety professionals/establishments, including mainstream schools, special schools, independent schools, local authority SEN monitoring and assessment teams, the Youth Offending Service and care providers.

The PACE 10-Point Pledge

We aim to ensure that:

  1. Everyone is treated with respect, kindness and understanding.
  2. No-one is disadvantaged educationally.
  3. All young people are encouraged to achieve and feel confident in their abilities.
  4. Young people have constant encouragement and know they have the ability to succeed according to their abilities.
  5. Students are encouraged to persevere and to know how to cope positively with both success and failure.
  6. We provide education without fear or anxiety in a well-structured environment, with clear rules and boundaries in place.
  7. Young people feel sufficiently confident to question and discover, explore and investigate, reflect and understand all areas of their education.
  8. All young people have their needs met as part of a continuous educational process.
  9. Every young person has a Personalised Education Plan (PEP), Individual Education Plan (IEP) or a Personalised Learning Plan (PLP) where appropriate.
  10. Our education is tailored to meet each individual’s needs.
Address: Black Horse House, 3 Porthill Bank, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 0LS
Tel No: 01782 616660