GCSE and vocational curriculum solutions
Supporting your hardest to reach
Each year vision2learn for schools helps boost the confidence and self-esteem of tens of thousands of low attaining pupils using online learning.
We have developed a practical, modern curriculum model designed to meet the needs of this vulnerable group of learners. Using our proven brand of e-learning, you can achieve higher levels of engagement and help individuals make demonstrable progress in every lesson.
Our approach has been developed in collaboration with school leaders and expert teaching professionals. Click to see a PDF with full details of our online GCSE options. We also offer vocational courses and resources at Levels 1, 2 and 3 including a vocational ‘best’ qualification in IT User Skills. Watch our video to find out more.
Advantages for schools
Our remotely hosted online system is used by hundreds of schools to deliver, track and manage e-learning. So what are the benefits?
- Provides accessible vocational alternatives and supports skills in key GCSE subjects
- Complete online solution reduces overheads
- Ideal as a Year 11 ‘rescue’ option for struggling, hard-to-reach learners
- Boosts pupils' confidence and self-belief
- Supports online or blended delivery
- Includes all learning materials and resources
- Scope to offer community learning at no extra cost.
Order your licence today for unlimited access to all courses for all learners.
100% guaranteed support
We will support you every step of the way in delivering the platform smoothly, from initial setup and learner registration to training and planning meetings.
- Curriculum planning meetings to help you meet your KS4 targets
- Ideas for best practice
- Full set-up support and refresher training
- Interactive webinars covering key topics
- Newsletters covering our latest developments
- Telephone and email support when you need it.
Working with vision2learn has got me back on track with my schoolwork.
Heworth Grange Comprehensive
I felt like the teachers had made an investment in me.
Avon Valley College
The new GCSE learning environment is strikingly vibrant.
Jenni Rawlinson, Child Development teacher
York High School
This exciting, innovative approach means students are freed from the fear of failure.
William Smith, Headteacher
Greenshaw High School