Nacro, the crime reduction charity, is here to help for anyone who hasn’t done as well as they might have hoped in their GCSEs.
The charity, which has an office in Spalding, is offering support and guidance to help students gain the results they need to proceed to college or employment.
Joyce Cooper, senior trainer at Nacro in Spalding, said: “The first thing to remember is; don’t panic.
“Come and see us and we can discuss options for the future and can look at where we go from here.
“We offer support and guidance to build up confidence and help to get the young people the grades they need to get into college.
“We cater to all needs and abilities, and work hard to improve maths and English skills either, short-term or long-term, to get students into college next term or next year.”
Young people are welcome to drop in to the office at Broadgate House in Westlode Street to see how working with the team at Nacro can help them.
Sessions are run throughout the week, and the team works with small groups as well as giving one-to-one sessions.
Nacro also works alongside employers to help young people get the grades they need to begin apprenticeships.
Joyce said: “It’s important to point out that not all hope has gone and we can work together to help you to get the grades you need.
“We are committed to working to meet the needs of each individual we help.”
Drop in to the office or call Nacro in Spalding to make an appointment on 01775 714105.
For more information, visit the website at www.nacro.org.uk