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NEWS: @SunderlandAFC and #FoundationofLight are supporting the @KnowTheScoreUK campaign to raise awareness of Bowel… https://t.co/IqEBhU5lmZ

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SPORTS: Follow in the footsteps of @Cristiano, @JHenderson, Lionel #Messi and @neymarjr in the hunt for #WorldCup g… https://t.co/tHWfYSUUir

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WELL DONE to our friends at @Esh_Group who have been recognised by the Queen for their outstanding work in supporti… https://t.co/hA1Lw8ahzc

13 hours ago

Next time you're in the area Graham let us know, we'd love to give you a tour! https://t.co/1gNegh3yR9

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We are PROUD to support the @FA's #GirlsFootballWeek by engaging hundreds of youngsters in exciting coaching sessio… https://t.co/UKqdk1xvdH

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CONGRATULATIONS to Sport Development Officer @Cazza7, who completed the #LondonMarathon yesterday! 🏅 https://t.co/jv4oAaCZ1A

Apr 22

That’s great! Hope it went well! https://t.co/SqwArhZ9H8

Apr 22

@Tanni_GT Our Sports Development Officer @Cazza7 is running, number 8274! #GetInspired #LondonMarathon

Apr 22

Best of luck to our Sport Development Officer @Cazza7 who is running the #LondonMarathon today! #GetInspired https://t.co/GfimUmuwdu

Apr 21

RT @SunderlandRTC: Well Done Girls 👏🏻 Both Squads showing character #DevelopPeopleDevelopPlayers As nearly 100years collective of players t…

Apr 21

Today winning #GrandinYourHand Lottery number is 2️⃣6️⃣2️⃣7️⃣! If you have that number, you’re £1,000 richer! #SAFC https://t.co/LDgXTZjcE5

Apr 21

RT @PLCommunities: One 👏 Year 👏 On 👏 A big thank you to everyone who has played a part in an extraordinary first year of #PLPrimaryStars.…

Apr 21

RT @SunderlandRTC: Final League game for U14&U16 Squads as we travel away to @ManCityWomen RTC 🚎👊🏻⚽️ Hopefully the ☀️ will stay out

Apr 21

RT @SunderlandAFC: 📸📸📸 He shoots... and scores! https://t.co/A5jVD8s2fX

Apr 21

RT @SunderlandAFC: ⏰ HALF TIME: #SAFC head into the break in the lead thanks to Paddy McNair's 34th minute strike... #HawayTheLads https:…

Apr 21

RT @SunderlandAFC: 34' #SAFC take the lead... McNair slams the ball home! https://t.co/G2VeoHptht

Apr 21

RT @SunderlandAFC: Chris Coleman has made 3⃣to #SAFC's starting XI ahead of this afternoon's game v @burtonalbionfc... https://t.co/u0Iy1Oe…

Apr 21

The ☀️ is out and so are our lottery sellers giving you the chance to #WIN a #GrandinYourHand at today’s game! Look… https://t.co/glWYtcw0VN

Apr 20

HUGE THANKS to #SAFC players Duncan Watmore, Lee Camp and club legend Kevin Ball who attended our #MakingMoves coa… https://t.co/RLzEHq9Z2K

Apr 20

RT @SRTRC_England: Congratulations to prize winner Jack from Whitburn School who was lucky enough to meet @Ethan_robson8 and @tybrowning as…

Jack’s Story

11 September 2017

Being excluded from school can have a lasting impact on a pupil, causing anxiety about how this might affect their chances of gaining qualifications to build a future.

Teenager Jack needed a second chance at education once he was excluded and Foundation of Light was there to offer him one. Our Pitstop programme uses a flexible and bespoke approach to learning delivered by behaviour specialists to help those excluded back into the education system.

Jack was excluded from school after a series of incidents left his teachers with no other option. He was unable to accept the consequences of his actions and was easily influenced by others; he would be disrespectful towards staff and disruptive in lessons and it was thought that the Pitstop programme would be the most suitable place for him.

Our staff worked with Jack helping him deal with the cause of his problems and make changes for the better. As first, Jack found it difficult to get involved in discussions or group sessions due to his lack of confidence but by the end of his placement he was speaking in front of the group and was working a lot more independently, articulating his points well.

After less than five months with Foundation, Jack returned to mainstream education with the support of the Pitstop team, and has made great progress with his studies. He also attends college two days a week and his hoping to become a mechanic.

Through being able to take part in an alternative provision provided by Foundation of Light, Jack gained a second chance at getting an education and now has a much brighter future.

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