Crossbar Alternative Provision

Pictured: Zoe Watson, sales and marketing manager at Alderford Lake, with Gavin Cowan, The Crossbar Group’s managing director.
21 Sep 2022
A popular Shropshire outdoor activity centre has formed a partnership with a county company to support the alternative education programme it delivers. The team at Alderford Lake, which provides a range of water-based activities in Whitchurch, will help to enhance the programme offered by The Crossbar Group’s Crossbar Alternative Provision (CAP). Providing bespoke educational opportunities for...
 Danny Minshall, left, sales director at Budgen Motors, and Jamie Haynes, director of The Crossbar Group, with two of the laptops learners on Crossbar’s Alternative Provision programme will be able to use.
08 Jul 2022
A Shropshire company which delivers alternative education programmes has teamed up with a county car dealership to enhance what it can offer learners. The Crossbar Group’s Crossbar Alternative Provision (CAP) provides bespoke educational opportunities for vulnerable children and young adults from primary and secondary school ages, and post 16 up to the age of 25, in need of a different...
04 Apr 2018
A Shropshire charity has launched an alternative education programme for county youngsters to help them fulfil their potential. The Crossbar Foundation has created CAP - Crossbar Alternative Provision - for young people aged between 14 and 16. The programme’s learners, both full time and part time, will be based at Pimley Manor in Shrewsbury.  They will have the opportunity to gain a BTEC...
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