Professional Education & Mentoring Services

Ameina has been established since 2012 and has worked with people from diverse communities, with diverse needs. Our programs target the disadvantaged, vulnerable and socially excluded. Our team includes qualified teachers, mentors, support workers, dual language speakers, cultural diversity. We also run BAME and Women specific programs.  

KS3 Curriculum

  • Reading
  • Figurative Language
  • Poetry
  • Creative Writing
  • Punctuation
  • Spelling
  • Algebra
  • Shape, Spaces and measures
  • Numbers
  • Handling Data
  • Forces
  • Electromagnets
  • Energy
  • Waves
  • Matter
  • Reactions
  • Earth
  • Organisms
  • Ecosystems
  • Genes
  • ASDAN Short courses
  • Looking for God
  • Key Religious Figures
  • Places of Worship
  • Rites of Passage
  • Religion and Nature
  • Suffering

KS4 Curriculum

  • Understanding and producing non – fiction texts
  • Set texts as proscribed by Examination Boards
  • Childcare
  • Health & Social Care
  • KS3
  • English
  • Maths
  • Science
  • Employability Skills
  • Challenges
  • Short Courses
  • Body Image
  • Peer Pressure
  • Cyberbullying
  • British Values
  • Multi-cultural

Key People

Melrose DavisDirector
Melrose Davis BSc, PGCE is the founder of Ameina Centre. Melrose has over 30 years’ experience of working with vulnerable young people in mainstream education, in the community and more recently through the alternative learning provision.
Cory ThomasDirector
Cory Thomas is a director at Ameina Centre.
Cory attended Putteridge High School and Barnfield College before going on to study Software development at Nottingham Trent University where he graduated with a BSc (Hons).
Cory is currently working as a Senior software engineer. His hobbies are football, Motor sports and music.
Doreen ThakoordinDirector
Doreen Thakoordin is a retired assistant Head teacher. She has always been focused on young people with additional needs and has been with the Ameina Education since 2012. She is at present pursuing an MA degree with the Open University and her hobbies include wildlife, music and enjoys the company of her four grandchildren.

Policies

The following are available for download, simply click the button:

Safeguarding
Accessibility
Complaints Policy
Behaviour Policy
Photography Policy
LGBTQ Policy
Equality & Diversity Policy
Emergency Closure Policy
ICT & Internet Usage Policy

A list of further Policies and Procedures that can be accessed on request

  • Conflict of Interest Policy and Procedure
  • Plagiarism Policy
  • Malpractice and Maladministration Policy
  • Photographic and Video Images Policy
  • Appeals Policy
  • Substance Misuse Policy
  • Sex Education Policy
  • Major/Critical Incidents policy
  • Offensive Weapons Policy
  • Food Policy & Free School Meal Procedure
  • Allegations of Abuse against Staff Policy & Procedure
  • Travel and Pupil Transport Policy & Procedure
  • Environmental and Sustainability Policy
  • Looked After Child Policy
  • Quality Audit Guidance Document
  • Health and Safety Policy and Procedure
  • Terms and conditions
  • Privacy Policy

Referrals

Ameina Education welcomes referrals from educational and local authority professionals. If you would like to refer a student or young person to Ameina, please complete the form below and we will process the referral and contact you to discuss the individual case requirements.

If you would like to discuss the matter with a representative please call our main telephone line on 0333 320 4401 or email lisa.michie@ameinacentre.co.uk

Online Ameina Referral Form
Online Risk Assessment Form

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