Aspire provide 'outstanding' alternative educational provision and support for secondary age students. Students attend full or part-time and are referred to us by schools and the Local Authority.
Our focus is to support young people, together with their families and schools, to reach beyond their potential and enable them to flourish by developing positive behaviours, attitudes and aspirations.
"The unit is calm and orderly. Staff are very skilled at managing students' behaviour and consistent in communicating high expectations. Lessons proceed without disruption and breaks are sociable, harmonious occasions where staff and students sit together"
Please call us if you have any requests or individual needs:
To provide an outstanding educational experience and opportunities that lead to success for all
To enable students to make the right choices and do the right thing by making positive changes in their behaviours and attitudes
To develop skills that will enable students to make a positive contribution to all aspects of society
How do we make a referral?
For a young person or a group, a referral needs to be made by a school or the local authority with the support of the parents
Can parent makes a referral?
No, you must go via your child's school
What if my child is new to the area year (11 only) or does not have a school assigned to them?
You need to contact the Bucks County Council School Admissions
James Sisk is centre manager at Blueprint in Aylesbury. Click below to contact James.
Please feel free to contact Tammy Nichols the centre manager at The Wycombe Grange here.
Please feel free to contact us about our centres and course package offers or for any other information.
56 Amersham Hill