Supporting young people and families with 

Special Education Needs and Disabilities


What we do

To support young people and their families with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) who have disengaged or disappeared from the educational system and are unable to access appropriate education.

To encourage change in our existing systems to ensure that young people, regardless of their circumstances, aren’t left behind.

See our Ofsted Reports here 


Our Mission

Increase the availability of high quality provision to meet the needs of young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) who have disengaged or disappeared from the educational system. 

Reconnect with young people who have disengaged from the educational system. 

Help more young people successfully return to the best mainstream provision with an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) that is fit for purpose. 

Increase access to an appropriate Education Health Care Plan (EHCP), regardless of circumstance.

Strengthen the understanding of neurodiversity and standards of inclusive education across schools.

Drive social change to rebalance society for those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

Our Values

We are ambitious for young people with SEND. 


We foster independence in each unique young person. 



We believe in equal opportunities for every young person to access appropriate educational provision to reach their true


We foster a culture of growth and learning in order to understand, embrace and value the diversity of those who simply think or develop differently. 



We believe that every workplace should broaden their definition of diversity and that this should become normal practice.

Our Team

Meet the Team

Click below to read team members' bios

Matt Silver 


(from Jan 2021)

Jo Franklin

Chairman & Co-Founder

Larry Sullivan

Director & Co-Founder