Meetings: TRIP members meet in London six times a year to share good practice and to discuss curriculum updates.
Conference: a TRIP conference is held each year, which gives members the opportunity to network with each other, discuss issues of common interest and be updated on developments relevant to alternative provision.
Associate Support: associates visit each half term (six times a year) to focus on strategies, support and networking. Sharp analysis of data allows PRU leaders to monitor and support the progress of all students, in order to raise their aspirations, attendance and attainment.
Alternative Edge: is a programme developed so that students can gain recognition for developing the life attributes of leadership, communication, initiative, resilience and organisation. The programme differs from the mainstream Edge as it gives schools more flexibility to deliver it over an intense six-week period, or over an academic year to be more suited to students who attend TRIP Schools (Click here for more information on PiXL Edge).