Students on our STEPS to 16 alternative education programme take part in a team building exercise.
The Surrey Care Trust has wide experience of working in partnership with other organisations in the voluntary sector, with the Probation service, agencies in the education and training field, schools and school networks and local authorities.
Our STEPS to 16 alternative education programme provides a service for schools and takes referrals for student places from a wide area of Surrey.
We are providing mentoring support to young people in the boroughs of Elmbridge and Woking as part of Surrey County Council’s Early Help Strategy.
As a provider of community-based adult learning we work with mainstream providers. Our strength is in reaching out to people who are unlikely to take up learning and opportunities to improve skills without encouragement.
We have been involved in a number of programmes for young people and adults supported by the European Social Fund, both as lead partner and sub-contractor.
We were founding partners of the Youth Consortium – Surrey and Borders, a joint venture company set up to maximise our collective strengths in delivering services for young people and to share good practice.
We welcome approaches from organisations who want to work with us on funding opportunities and joint projects.
To find out more about our services and partnership working, please contact our chief executive Elaine Tisdall on 01483 426990.