How we teach 

 

How we teach  
We like to teach by doing. We spend all our time in our professionally equipped workshops where we turn spanners, weld, chop, cut, make and fix things; its hands on learning all the way. We’ve minimised the theory and maximised fun practical tasks. We use digital tablet computers to evidence your learning through videos, pictures, audio recordings, and almost all our assignments are almost entirely practical!  

Timetable and term dates

SAFEGUARDING 

10 am Registration & briefing 
10:15am Session one workshop
11:30am Break 
11:45am Session two workshop
12:45pm Lunch break 
1:30pm Registration & session three workshop 
2:40pm Tidy time 
3:00pm  Home time 

Keeping our learners safe

At the Avalon project we take our moral and statutory responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of our learners seriously.

We work hard to ensure a safe and welcoming environment where our young people are respected and valued. All of our staff receive regular safeguarding training so they can recognise and respond to any signs of abuse and neglect, we have robust safeguarding procedures and policy to ensure that our young poeple rceive effective support and protection.

Information on the Greenwich Safeguarding Board can be found here.

How can you help your child stay safe online?

E-safety advice can be found here.

 

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

Need to contact us?

Call 020 8310 8000 and ask to speak to either

  • The Designated Senior Person for Safeguarding – Ms J Lumbis

IF YOU ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE SAFETY OR WELFARE OF YOUR CHILD, OR A CHILD YOU KNOW, YOU SHOULD ACT WITHOUT DELAY. ALTERNATIVELY, YOU CAN ASK FOR ADVICE, OR REPORT YOUR CONCERN TO:

  • Childline Telephone: 0800 1111

  • Social Services out-of-hours duty team: 0208 921 3172

  • Police: 101 (or in emergency 999)

  • NSPCC child protection helpline: 0808 800 5000

T: 0207 974 2392

The Avalon Project
1a Churchway, London, NW1 1LJ

The Avalon Project is brought to you by Camden Council’s integrated youth support service.

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