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Taking Our Achievements and Successes Together (TOAST)
Services and organisations that have the Local Offer flash have filled out inclusion information, meaning that they meet the needs of people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

TOAST is an educational programme, designed by and for young people, who are 16 - 18 years old or up to 24 years old with an EHCP, it is delivered by Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change, in partnership with V Learning Net. 

Students undertake employability and functional skills qualifications as well as learning life skills and undertaking work experience.  Study programs are individually designed to ensure each student gets the education and training that is most relevant to them. We believe in keeping class sizes small, with a maximum of 10 students per class, with at least two members of staff to support students and offer extra support where required.

Sessions are held at The Elms, Redruth and The Bank, St Austell

Who to contact

Contact name
Helen New
Contact position
Young People Project Co-Ordinator
01209 310612

Where to go

The Elms
Green Lane
TR15 1LS

The sessions are in our own classroom on the ground floor, with access to disabled toilets.  We have an area in the classroom for making hot drinks, as well as kitchen facilitates that we can use for lessons in the building.

Time / date details

When is it on?
Monday - Friday 9am - 3.30pm

Other details


Age ranges
From 16 years to 24 years
Referral required
Referral details

Referrals can be self referral or come via professionals.  If students have an EHCP, then Cornwall Council SEN team have to agree placement before commencement.

Inclusion details

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How we make our service inclusive

Lessons are held in a ground floor class, with access to disabled toilet and shower room.  1:1 staff ratios are provided where required and small class sizes with 10 students (Maximum) to Two members of staff.

Staff SEND experience

Staff are highly skilled and experience working with young people including those with SEND.  Staff are always gaining the most relevant training to ensure they are up to date with the most relevant skills they need for the students they are working with, this includes

Teaching qulaifications

Autism awareness training

Trauma Informed Schools Training

Child In Care Designated Teacher

Safeguarding Level 3

How our service supports providers / schools / colleges

We work closely with many providers, schools and colleges in the area, supporting students to progress with they individual futures, which may include supporting them to progress in the future to move into career subject courses, which will be supported in any way we can.

Support at key transition points

Transitions are important to us and we feel that a good transition into our provision or into future provision is highly important and we try to work with the young people, family/carers and professionals to ensure this is as smooth as it can be.

Resolving disagreements, mediation and making complaints

We have highly detailed policies and procedures, which anyone can have access to if they would like to make any feedback about the services, we offer.

Last updated: 13/05/2021

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