The Bridge Overview

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Who we are and what we do...

NEXUS Multi Academy Trust have come together in partnership with DMBC, Doncaster Careers Hub and the Doncaster Opportunity Area to develop the Bridge as a Multi-Agency Hub of excellence for 14-19 SEND students. Throughout this project there will be opportunity to challenge stereotypes by demonstrating and sharing all the skills/abilities our young people possess

It is our strategic intent to showcase to employers and the community the strengths, skills and abilities of our young people leading to more opportunities for our young people within the world of work and promoting positive community relations and participation. Identified students from each of the Nexus Doncaster Academies will be based at The Bridge from September 2021 (the majority being 16-19 with a small cohort of 14-16 year olds).

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Why Choose Us

The Bridge has been acquired in order to develop a more coherent, progressive offer for our students. This will be achieved in a culminated way through the consolidation of existing resource strengths from across the Trust; as well as the acquisition of new resources, subsequently enabling tailored learning programmes to be delivered as part of an overall bespoke package for young people.

The Bridge will be developed as a multiagency SEND Hub of excellence serving the needs of the SEND students in the area. The proposal will include key elements of work based learning, work experience and employment for these young people. Going forward The Bridge will establish a strong community presence, serving the communities in the surrounding and wider Doncaster area.

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The Bridge Mission...

"The Bridge will serve to offer a progressive ‘Next step’ on from the school, taking advantage of the local assets and facilities available in the area. As well as providing a new base for Nexus Academies 14-19 students, the centre will provide opportunities for greater collaboration across the Trust resulting in both a wider range of learning opportunities"