About the Place2Learn service

The Place2Learn virtual classroom is an alternative form of education for young people who are unable to access mainstream provision


Place2Learn aims to:

  • provide a supportive environment in which every young person can achieve their potential
  • ensure that pupils can move seamlessly onto their next stage of education or training. This might be through reintegration back into school or on to college at the end of Y11
  • offer every pupil a curriculum that is engaging and relevant
  • work closely with parents, carers and professionals to ensure that the individual pupil's needs are central to the service provided
Service delivery

A dedicated team of teachers, technician, administration staff and co-ordinator, use a virtual classroom and other online resources to deliver teaching. They provide a tailored service to meet each pupil’s individual needs.

Pupils feel challenged and motivated whilst learning online from their home, education centre or school.

As part of a wider support package, P2L can offer an inclusive environment for learning and when the time is right, help facilitate a smooth reintegration back into school or college.


The Place2Learn team teaches live lessons in English, Mathematics, ICT and Science, at key stages 2, 3 and 4, with topic based lessons included at KS2.

Place2Learn pupils have commented that they enjoy learning online as it enables them to talk to new people and learn in a different way.

Sickness and absence

In the event that your child is unable to join a lesson please get in touch with us to let us know.

Phone 01962 846193.


Please contact Susan Ridgett - Place2Learn Senior Tutor (details below) for referrals and any questions about the referral process.

Help and support

Help with subjects

Help from organisations

  • Support for young carers Hampshire County Council support for people under the age of 18 who provide care for another person, most commonly a parent, brother or sister.
  • AYME is the largest charity for children and young people with ME/CFS.
  • The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger Syndrome) and their families.
  • The Epilepsy Society is the leading national epilepsy medical charity working for everyone affected by epilepsy.
  • The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) works across the UK tackling child sex abuse and providing advice for parents, young people and children about internet safety and online safety.
  • British Dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society, that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential.
  • The NSPCC stands up for children, demanding that laws change and action is taken to better protect them.
  • The Compassionate Friends offer many different kinds of support for bereaved families in the UK.
Contact us

There is no such thing as a 'typical' Place2Learn pupil.

Contact the Place2Learn team to see how we could work with you: