June 17 – ‘Many thanks to the entire Pathways team. You have changed our lives’. (Parent)
June 17 – ‘Thank you for everything you have done for X, you have truly worked wonders transforming her into the keen, lovely young lady she is today. She had lost all hope in life when she started with you and now she wants to be a professor and it’s you all I have to thank for that. You work under hard circumstances but with such love and care. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.’ (Parent)
June 17 – ‘We would like to say thank you to you all for the support you have given X during his time at Pathways. You all have been fantastic, X has changed so much since being with you and is much happier in himself. He will be sad and will miss you all but he is looking forward to starting at x in September. Good luck to you all and thank you. We think you are all an amazing team …’ (Parents)
June 17 – ‘Thank you so much for taking such good care of X, I have nothing but praise for you all! Thanks again.’ (Parents)
June 17 – ‘Thank you for everything you have done for me. Honestly you have helped me with / through so so much and I am genuinely so grateful. Thank you for still being there for me even when I’m being a xxx. I won’t forget you and how much you have done for me, thank you!’ (Student)
June 17 – ‘Just a quick note to say thank you so much for looking after X for the last six months. She has really benefited from her time at PLC and is actually sad to be leaving. (Something I thought I’d never see). I wish X had go to you sooner as she is a different child. Many thanks.’(Parent)
June 17 – ‘Thank you for everything you’ve done for me and the other students over the months I’ve been at the school. You gave me hope and inspiration for the future and motivation to do my best.’ (Student)
June 17 – ‘XX has only been at Pathways since March 2017 just 4 months but this seems so much longer. This is due to the fact that for the first time ever she is having a positive experience of education. She has settled really well and coped with some tricky situations with peers and has not avoided coming to school (which is what she would have done previously). She was miserable and deeply unhappy and massively stressed at her previous secondary school. Coming to Pathways has been a major intervention for her and the outcome is significant and we have seen this at home.… In fact xx is doing so well the Consultant Psychiatrist has halved the medication for anxiety. The main reason for X’s improvement (from our point of view) is the level of support X receives whilst at PLC and the knowledge that any issues will be heard and addressed. X clearly feels that she can trust staff to support her and is more able to express her needs and not pretend everything is ok when it is not.I would like to thank the school and the staff for their hard work and continued support for xxx and all the young people at PLC.’ (Parent)
June 17 – Thank you so much for helping me with everything by always being positive and for your support. (Student)
Sept 17- I will start by saying a huge thank you for arranging the extra mentoring session on Friday afternoons. That really does help me. Also how much X has changed at home since being at PLC. She is calmer and not so argumentative and is showing more love towards us. She also accepts consequences now rather than fights against them. The frequent contact with her tutor is brilliant. Thanks for all the hard work you are putting in.
Sept 17- X is really happy about the progress X is making and feels that his school experience, although still difficult is making life better for them at home. He is even starting to talk about wanting to play football again for a team! (special mention to everyone who has made this happen, especially Adam, as he talks about you at home!). You are “miracle workers” and I can’t thank you enough for what you have done for him and the family.
Sept 17 – ‘Parent x’ called to say a huge thank you for whatever you said to X to get him into college today. Dad said you are a miracle worker!
Oct 17 – X is doing really well! She’s been in every day apart from the first two days. I honestly am so surprised and quite overwhelmed by how she’s coping. I just want to say a huge thank you for all the help and support that you and the team at Pathways have given X and I over the last few years. Honestly very much appreciated. Thanks so much for her postcard too. She loved it! Very kind of you. 😊