Write-Trak is a small and friendly independent tuition agency based throughout Kent and Medway. We specialize in educating young people who are between the ages of 8 – 19 years who have found it difficult to access a conventional school environment or have no appropriate school placement. We work with young people who have social, emotional, behavioral and learning needs.
Working in partnership with local authorities, schools, colleges and with other agencies concerned with education and the welfare of children. Offering an educational package that is a tailored and differentiated which includes core elements of the national curriculum and appropriate studies of other
Write-Trak tutors work from their own homes, five hours per day five days a week.The tutor groups are always small usually three or four students per tutor. Each student follows an individual education plan tailored uniquely to meet their specific needs. This always includes Mathematics, English and Science and appropriate studies of other subjects.
Write-Trak is a registered Examination Centre where students are able to sit a variety of GCSE and Entry Level qualifications which include Mathematics, English, Science and Preparation for Working Life.
Term Dates 2017-2018
Start: Monday 4th September 2017
Finish: Friday 20th October 2017
Autumn Break: Monday 23rd October – Friday 27th October 2017
Start: Monday 30th October 2017
Finish: Thursday 21st December 2017
Christmas Break: Friday 22nd December 2017– Tuesday 2nd January 2018
(Tuesday 2nd January Bank Holiday)
Start: Wednesday 3rd January 2018
Finish: Friday 9th February 2018
February Break: Monday 12th February – Friday 16th February 2018
Start: Monday 19th February 2018
Finish: Thursday 29th March 2018
Good Friday: 30th March 2018
Easter Monday: 2nd April 2018
Spring Break: Tuesday 3rd April – Friday 13th April 2018
Start: Monday 16th April 2018
Finish: Friday 25th May 2018
May Break: Monday 28th May – Friday 1st June 2018
Bank Holiday’s: Monday 7th May and 28th May 2018
Start: Monday 4th June 2018
Finish: Friday 20st July 2018
Write-Trak aims to provide a tailored curriculum for every student based on their needs. Tutors help students to access the National Curriculum in English, Mathematics and Science at the appropriate Key Stage and Level. Each student has both their pastoral and academic needs met by their individual programme.
Curriculums are differentiated to meet the interests of the student, whilst still aiming to cover a broad base of topics. Appropriate studies of other subjects are offered including; PHSE, CEOP (Child exploitation online protection), Geography, History, Cookery, Information Technology and Art.
Write-Trak encourages students to participate in a variety of activities, such as swimming, golf, sports centre activities and educational trips.
Write-Trak assesses all students on a regular basis using nationally recognised standardised tests.
Write-Trak provides full written reports on an annual basis. We use standardised assessments to measure progress as well as SATS style material. We attend Education Health and Care Plan reviews, LAC reviews and Personal Education Plan Meetings.
The Write-Trak registered examination centre is: Arrow Riding Centre, Darenth Park Road, Kent DA2 6LZ.
The Write-Trak registered examination centre
Write-Trak aims to ensure that every student has a career plan path to follow on leaving Write-Trak.
Offering intensive careers support for our year 10 + students during tuition time. The role of the careers officer includes; Career Action Plan, arranging and accompany interviews and completing application forms. This all takes place in conjunction with parents/carers, with their consent.
Parents & Carers
Write-Trak recognises that without the support of parents and carers, our students will not be able to reach their full potential. Write-Trak has developed methods to help parents and carers to support their childrens’ learning and progress during their time with Write-Trak. Parents and carers can contact the Write-Trak office between 8.30am and 5pm on 01474 707479. Any concerns can usually be dealt with on the telephone. In other cases an appointment can be made for a meeting to resolve any issues. Outside office hours messages can be left. Write-Trak aims to return calls as swiftly as possible.
Each student is issued with an agreement that is signed by parents/carers, Write-Trak and the student. This agreement clearly states what is expected of each of them in order to work towards a clear goal.
Each student is issued with a contact book which is completed daily by the Write-Trak Tutor. Parents and carers are asked to read the entries carefully and give written comments where required. This is a vital communication tool for maintaining and improving day to day progress.
The Write-Trak prospectus can be obtained from the Write-Trak office on request.
Write-Trak strongly condemns any form of bullying amongst anyone in the Write-Trak community including students, tutors, parents and carers. We are committed to addressing, and resolving, any bullying problems as soon as we know about them.
Write-Trak tailors an individual programme of learning for each student. Tutors will set homework according to the student’s individual needs. This homework will be clearly explained in the student’s Contact Book, along with an expected completion date.
Write-Trak has a Complaints Procedure. Please e-mail us at email@example.com for details.
Please also see our Terms & Conditions
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Parent Carer & Pupil Testimonials
Mixed emotions right now , proud , anxious and a little tear this morning , the teenage son has just set off for his first day at Gravesend College studying engineering technology .
He has struggled from a toddler with Autism , Tourette’s , dyspraxia , social anxiety , severe OCD , PTSD and has been a virtual recluse for 10 years ….
Today he moves on in his battle to find his niche in society …
5 years ago he was written off by Medway children’s mental health and local social services , quoting his future prospects were poor and that further education was far beyond his social and mental ability …
I fought for years to gain an appointment at The Maudesly in London for him to be assessed and treated by specialists who deal with his problems every day .
I was right … After years of struggling with OCD , PTSD and his social anxiety , the Maudesly and their fantastic team worked with the teenage son and eventually after 3 years they gave him the skills and mindset to deal with his problems and anxieties ….
He is not cured , but he battles each day using the skills he has learnt to function more easily in day to day situations …
I’m proud he never gave up and each time he had been knocked back he has picked himself up and started again , growing stronger in his resolve to be ” someone “
I must thank the wonderful Write Trak team for giving him the nurturing and excellent education he needed through their small team of home tutors who pick up the young people that education has given up on ensuring they come out the other side more able and equipped to fulfil their ambition in life ….
Today is the first day in the teenage sons quest to get into university , something he has dreamt of since he was 9 years old … Finally we can see the light at the end of the tunnel and in 4 years time I shall be one proud mummy when he steps through that University door …..☀️☀️☀️😄😄😄❤️❤️❤️
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Additional Contact Information
Telelphone: 01474 707479
How Does The Write Trak Referral Process Work
Once we receive a completed referral form, and funding has been agreed by the placing authority, Write-Trak will assess whether the applicant’s specific needs can be met.
Write-Trak will arrange a home visit to discuss the student’s needs in greater depth. By meeting the student Write-Trak can assess which Tutor Group will be most suitable. This essential meeting is an opportunity to establish a positive working relationship between student, parent/carer and Write-Trak. This paves the way to a successful educational placement at Write-Trak.
The next step is for Write-Trak to make a formal offer of a place. This is subject to a suitable vacancy being available, at times there may be a waiting list.
Prior to joining Write-Trak each new student receives a starter pack including; contact book, home/ Write-Trak agreement, consent forms, timetable, and tutor details.
Write-Trak is not responsible for arranging transport to or from tutoring.