We believe in a person-centred approach to learning in small classes with high tutor to student ratios. Our classes are taught by experienced, professionals who create and deliver dynamic hands on lessons that are practical and designed to meet the needs of young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND learners). By working with small groups we are able to provide the appropriate level of support and wraparound care so our learners can thrive.
We use digital learner resources and tablet computers. This enables learners who might struggle with English and Maths to achieve excellent results.
We work to remove the barriers from learning. We focus on engagement, improving self-esteem and confidence, but most importantly we make learning fun.
We are always in constant conversation with our clients and referrers; we are here to support your work with your learners
The Avalon Project was formerly known as The Silverdale Motorcycle Project and was founded in 1980 by two-time British Motocross champion Vic Allen MBE and Camden Councils' Integrated Youth Support Service . The project was based in a small tenants hall on the Silverdale estate and the project was primarily used as an early intervention and diversion tool for vulnerable young people and youth offenders.
The Project has now moved to bigger premises and has expanded the curriculum and broadened our reach, we are a Camden Council project but work with childern from all London boroughs.
The Avalon Project has worked with thousands of young people over the last 40 years, offering unique opportunities for those looking for practical skills in motorcycle mechanics.