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“As a team we have developed our provision to meet the needs and challenges identified by local authorities and Schools within the Tees Valley area. Children and young people are at the very heart of our service; therefore, we strive for a high quality, cost-effective provision that is accessible to all.”

Reintegreat is founded on an ethos that every child and young person will have access to education - no matter what challenges they present. Education can change lives, allow people to reach their potential and to dream big.
I grew up in one of the most deprived areas of Middlesbrough which presented me with many challenges. Due to my experience, I understand the importance of children having a positive role model and the difference this can make to a young person's future.
We developed Reintegreat to reach out to children and young people who were finding it difficult to learn in a mainstream environment. Reintegreat believes that with the right help and support all barriers to education can be removed. We are very passionate about what we do and have proudly built a 5-star rated service, based on the differences we have made to the young people we have worked with to date. We pride ourselves on the strong relationships we build with local authorities, schools, parents, carers and most of all the young people we work with, we believe that it is this investment that sets us apart.
We balance educational engagement with social experiences to bring a flexible approach to learning. We believe that every child and young person deserves access to a high-quality education, whatever their background. This is why we go above and beyond to get the best outcomes, for both our learners and their families.
We are already working with schools and academies within the area and are also on the Alternative Provision Framework lists for Middlesbrough, Stockton, Redcar and Cleveland and North Yorkshire Council. By working together, I truly believe we can make a big difference to the lives of children and young people across Teesside.
Nick Reed
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