Supporting Children with SEND Access the Mainstream Workplace
Chair of Trustees: Mark Hoult-Allen (email@example.com)
Charity Number: 1190900
Our Vision: To enable young people with SEND into employment beyond the school gates by supporting them with genuine work experience whilst in the federation.
Our Mission: The Blue Tangerine Charity exists to enable young people with special educational needs to fully demonstrate their abilities and capacity in the mainstream workplace.
Our Ethos: We support, we nurture, we grow.
The Blue Tangerine Charity exists to enable young people with special educational needs to fully demonstrate their abilities and capacity in the mainstream workplace. The creation and running of accessible work places on the school sites supports the holistic curriculum through real work experience to enable pupils to practice the necessary skills and gain industry accreditation for a working life.
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Supporting Our Schools To Support Our Pupils
Chair of Trustees: Ruth Patil (c/o firstname.lastname@example.org)
Charity Number: 1157000 (Friends of The Collett School Trading as Friends of The Blue Tangerine Charity)
Our Vision: Our Vision is a world where people with learning disabilities and mental health difficulties thrive.
Our Mission: To enable activities that promote the work of the schools, raise funds and in doing so, work with our communities to break down barriers for children with SEND
Our Ethos: We look after ourselves, each other, our learning and our environment.
The Friends of The Blue Tangerine Federation is a registered charity supporting the work of The Blue Tangerine Federation; a collaboration of specialist and special schools. The charity is a merger of the three charities - Friends of Collett, St Luke's and FHEC. The charity builds effective relationships with the schools' local communities, engaging in activities that promote the work of the charity and raising funds to provide equipment to the schools. Money raised for specific schools' means are kept regulated for these.
Amy Green (Fundraising Officer)
Fundraising enquiries to email@example.com (until July 2022)/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Hoult-Allen (Executive Headteacher)
Fundraising enquiries to email@example.com (from July 2022)
Why Fundraise For Us?
Because you can help us change a vulnerable young person's life !
We are state-funded schools, committed to providing relevant, meaningful and purposeful opportunities and learning for our children to grow educationally, emotionally, morally and socially. We want them to understand and value themselves and their unique offering, and grow an appreciation of learning and an engagement within education.
Unfortunately our state funding only really covers our most valuable and expensive resource, our staff, and basic equipment and resources. Funding issues are significant, though through our proactive and dedicated work with organisations, companies, individuals and groups on a local and national scale, we are striving to provide exceptional opportunities for our pupils. Our expert knowledge and skills are supported by people like you to help us make a difference to individuals' lives.
Our children need to feel valued and become active contributors to our community and society. Our curriculum teaches independence and the resilience to keep learning and growing despite the challenges their disabilities may present. We actively promote the beauty of difference and the abilities each and every pupil of ours has, so they can transition through childhood into adulthood as successful young people and to have the opportunity to enter the world of work, be that paid or voluntarily; to empower them with purpose and self-worth.
Anyone can get involved and make an impact on children’s lives
Thank you for choosing to raise money for us. Your support will help improve the lives of children and young people living with the challenges of developmental difficulties and learning disabilities.
Because of amazing supporters like you, our children can get the help they need to cope with their difficulties and condition; and parents and carers benefit from life changing strategies to help them improve their child’s life, both at home and school.
You are helping children and young people living with disabilities and developmental difficulties reach their potential.
You are giving hope for a brighter future.