Welcome to Inclusive Education Trust (IET). We are a Multi Academy Trust of three Alternative Provisions Academies based in Surrey. Our three founder schools are Reigate Valley College (RVC), Wey Valley College (WVC) and The Fordway Centre (FWC).
RVC and WVC are both 5-16 Alternative Provision Academies and FWC is a primary only Alternative Provision Academy.
We provide a bespoke education for children and young people who, at certain times of their lives, may require specific support. This is often when they are encountering personal crisis or need help with their behaviour and are at risk of exclusion from mainstream schooling.
All of our staff care passionately about supporting students who are in need of help and we strive to gain the best outcomes for all of our students to either return to mainstream school, move into specialist education settings or enter the world of work or further education.
We provide a high-quality education that includes a broad and balanced curriculum alongside excellent pastoral support to enable our students to become the best versions of themselves.
Our academies place the students at the centre of all that we do, there is fun, laughter and positivity all around.
If you want to discover more about IET then please do not hesitate to contact us, our doors are always open.
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Ashford, TW15 3DU
Reigate, RH2 8HX
Redhill, RH1 2HY
Reigate, RH2 8PP
Guildford, GU2 8AA
To provide an inclusive and high quality educational experience that promotes self-belief and a love of learning to enable all students to maximise their potential.
We will ensure a culture of integrity championing high-performance that is underpinned by our core values of: -
HONESTY, RESPECT, COMPASSION
By consistently championing: -
Creative Innovation, Bespoke Inclusion, Supportive Collaboration
- To ensure that all children and young people have access to the most appropriate educational provision to meet their needs which is of a consistently high quality.
- To be a central part of the community ensuring that PRUs and APs are seen as equal to mainstream schools with students being given the same opportunities, despite the challenges.
- To be seen, from a national perspective, as an innovative and forward-thinking organisation with exceptional outcomes for all students.