We can confirm that all adults at OnTrak Community Initiative are subjected to enhanced DBS checks and all other appropriate safer recruitment measures in line with KCSIE 2022. We also operate due diligence in all our processes including recruitment, information sharing, Working Together, running of the charity and charitable businesses, community works and all other undertakings.

Further information is in our Safeguarding Policy 2023-2024

The alternative education provision provided by OnTrak is designed for each individual young person. We offer 1-2-1 tuition in English and Maths, small group work in Mechanics (bikes, go karts, cars and classic car restoration), a full range of PSHE workshops and other work-related qualifications. We work to the young person’s needs, with capabilities around SEND and other educational needs, and progress them forward in a supportive environment.

For more information about our latest policies and registration packs, please click on the appropriate links.

Please note: Referrals are ONLY made through schools or local authority.

Policies and Registration

For our latest policies as well as the student registration pack please see the Policies & Documentation page.

Timetable, Curriculum and Qualifications

For a sample timetable as well as full details of the curriculum on offer at OnTrak please see the OnTrak Alternative Provision Curriculum Policy 2021-2022.