The Triple Crown Centre is a Pupil Referral Unit which operates as a temporary, short term intervention for students unable to attend their full-time educational provisions due to medical reasons. The Triple Crown Centre aims to meet the needs of students from 11-16, across Solihull, by helping them to re-engage with learning and develop the strength and confidence to transition back to an appropriate educational setting.
Students may be admitted to The Triple Crown Centre throughout the academic year via referral. Students’ existing schools are responsible for referring students to the Triple Crown Centre and for ensuring that the supporting medical evidence form has been completed.
All referrals should be completed on the correct form and submitted together with the medical evidence so that an appropriate pathway can be determined. Eligible students will be accepted onto one of the following pathways:
Pathway 1: The Integrated Pathway
Pathway 2: The Remote Learning Pathway
Pathway 3: The Outreach and Blended Learning Pathway
The majority of placements at The Triple Crown Centre will be between 6 and 20 weeks depending on individual needs. Students pathways and progress will be monitored and reviewed regularly with the support of families and home schools to ensure that a smooth transition back to their educational setting can be made.
If the referral is deemed pertinent, an initial meeting is established to discuss a trial placement in the first instance. This is to ensure that The Triple Crown Centre is an appropriate educational provision for all of our young people.
All referrals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
When referring a student, we will need a completed Referral Form, Schools Service Agreement and the TCC Medical Evidence form along with any other supporting documents.