Norwich Future Project has turned lives around for the better
As revealed in Saturday's Evening News, current parents and students at Future Education face uncertainty about their future after Norfolk County Council gave the contract for alternative education to CfBT Include.
Independent school Future Education helps teenagers with emotional and behavioural difficulties, but they are now facing the prospect of being unable to return to lessons there when the new term starts in September.
The school's funding crisis has devastated parents and pupils, who have spoken to the Evening News about how Future Education has turned their lives around.
Future Education, operated by Future Projects, in Motum Road, North Earlham, has lost the contract from Norfolk County Council to give Year 10 and 11 pupils an academic education and said that other projects at the charity could be at risk.
Here a former pupil and a former parent and current staff member at the school talk about the difference it has made to them.
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