The Tutor Trust welcomed colleagues from our partner charity in The Right Angle Project, TLC: Talk, Listen, Change, to the Manchester office for an insightful meeting with our Alternative Provision tutors. Emma Jones-Holding and Brian Holmes led an interesting discussion about the counselling young people receive as part of The Right Angle Project. They were joined by some of our Alternative Provision tutors, Ryan Nolan, Kate Robinson, Francis Emmott, Cailum Finnegan, and Judi McGrath, along with co-founder of The Tutor Trust, Abigail Shapiro, and quality manager (Alternative Provision), Joanne Meredith.

The Right Angle has been operational since September 2018 and is a DfE Alternative Provision Innovation Fund project which provides tuition and counselling to Looked After Children and young people in alternative provision aged 11-16 in local authorities across Greater Manchester.

The meeting provided an opportunity for Alternative Provision tutors from The Tutor Trust to understand the counselling that is provided by partner charity in the project TLC: Talk, Listen, Change. From explaining what counselling is in general, to specific counselling methods and those used in The Right Angle Project, discussion covered numerous topics and gave opportunity for our tutors to ask questions they had themselves.

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