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Do Cornwall instructors have worked extensively with young people presenting challenges,
with quantifiable results obtained through the comparison of Sims or similar data
for attendance, progress and behaviour tracking. Notably on Freestyle and 180 type
Equal importance is given to feedback from classroom staff on soft outcomes, where interaction and involvement can impact the whole group. Through modelling reasonable responses, positive engagement and honesty Do-
Developmental programmes: As an in school intervention, or out of school extraction
the key is always the development of the young people that we would all like to see
succeed in whatever they choose to do. Do-
Home School / Care: Do-
Activity Days: Ideal for either small groups of students that are outside of the
main groups, or the main groups themselves, these days are readily tailored to need
and can include more than one activity.
These activity days can be on or off site.
Activity Weeks: Do-
Do the best we can for our young people.
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