Ready, Respectful, Safe.
Learning4Life-Gy is part of the local offer, as a special school in Grimsby that remains independent; we offer fantastic bespoke education options for learners who can not thrive in mainstream schools.
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We are an inclusive educational provider who support our learners to be READY for their next steps; RESPECTFUL to one another, their community and others, and SAFE in their learning environment and everyday lives.
We aim to provide quality ‘stepping-stone’ education and training for people within the local community. We will provide a caring and nurturing environment for all out students so that their learning journey is rewarding, inclusive and with a targeted direction.
If you think you might be interested in attending Learning4Life-Gy, you can contact us to arrange a visit and we’ll be more than glad to show you around.
Our Mission & Vision
Learning4life-GY aims to promote, encourage and model successful behaviours that will enable learners to be successful in their personal and working lives based on the three core values that underpin all activity at Learning4life-GY.
The core values of Ready, respectful and Safe are successful when being used to guide how we treat ourselves and the people around us.
Grimsby, DN32 7AP
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“I am immensely proud to be the Director and Principal at Learning4life-GY Independent School. Our fantastic school opened in 2019 to offer bespoke and individualised educational programmes alongside a competitive delivery model of ESOL qualifications to learners from across North East Lincolnshire.”
Friday, oct 20
Term 1 ends
monday, oct 30
Term 2 starts
wednesday, dec 20
Term 2 ends
We believe that all educational opportunities should cater for the full range of needs and welcome moves to provide learners with special educational needs and disabilities with full access to the curriculum. Our school will support and make provision for learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)by operating in alignment with the statutory Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice; Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014.