The Footsteps programme is centred around offering students the chance to reach their maximum potential, whatever their ability. In order to achieve this, Footsteps adds value to the course in a number of ways that provide extra support and guidance and all Footsteps students are supported until they access employment, training or further education.

Students are encouraged to provide regular feedback about the course so that Footsteps can maintain a cycle of continuous improvement. This process also gives clients a sense of attachment. Footsteps provides weekly reports of attendance, performance and progression to referring agencies and parents/carers.

Football Coaching

Footsteps follows the normal school academic year, operating from Monday to Friday, 9am - 3.00pm based across three sites at Willoughby Lane, Tottenham High Road and White Hart Lane.

Students' attendance and punctuality, and performance are closely monitored. All students are asked to sign a contract that explains what is expected of them and what they should expect of themselves.

In addition to the academic and vocational aspects of education, quest speakers visit Footsteps to inform, motivate and inspire students. Footsteps provides workshops on the issues that affect young people today. Footsteps also delivers seminars on issues that are of concern to the community. These include topics such as raising boys, good parenting, being a father, and healthy lifestyles
Hair and Beauty Salon

he Academic Curriculum for 2017/18 offers 5 GCSEs – Science, Maths, English, RS, Art, and BTEC Sport. Functional Skills Maths and English, and Level 1 and Level 2 IT Qualifications and Childcare are on offer.

Footsteps has a specialist EAL team for students for whom English is a second language.

Additionally, First Aid courses are options for Footsteps students, as appropriate. However, music, fashion, dance, and food technology are also potential options for students.

Activities promoting personal development such as theatre trips, university visits, learning to play chess and there is the potential to learn to play an instrument/music production.

There are a wide variety of workshops aimed at enlightening and empowering our young people, and guest speakers are invited to educate, inspire and motivate our students.

KS4 Results
A detailed report on examination achievements and comparisons is available as a PDF by clicking here  

Ofsted Inspection
A full Ofsted inspection was undertaken between  January 30th and  February 1st 2018. Footsteps is pleased to have received an overall rating of 'Good'. A copy is available by clicking here

The Pupil Premium
The pupil premium is spent on increasing attainment of students, ranging from incentives to perform, rewards for achievement, provision of 1 to 1 tuition and additional workshops and programs that enhance the attainment and personal development of students.

This year's pupil premium has not yet been established (2017/2018), however, it will be invested into our students via such activities as listed above, to enhance motivation and achievement ant to provide greater support.