Providing a diverse curriculum at centre across Bristol, Gloucester, Wiltshire and North Somerset

All pupils must receive a good education, regardless of their circumstances…

Miag Facilities

Our Learning Centres / Alternative Provision

The Beeches, Brislington

We work with young students between the ages of 5 -16 who are unable to attend school full-time. We are a short stay alternative provision for students who have been permanently excluded from mainstream education, for students who may be at risk of permanent exclusions, students who or awaiting specialist SEND provision.

The Beeches at Brislington
Brislington School, Bristol

Hawthorns Farm

The centre is run and managed by Rob Morris and is a unique environment that encourages outdoor learning and self development for students that would normally struggle in a traditional classroom setting.

All our students thrive in the farm environment and have opportunity to learn a variety of skills and be responsible for tasks including animal care, site maintenance, growing vegetables, as well as bushcraft and living off the land.

Hawthorns Farm
Hawthorns Farm

Failand Forest School

The centre is a unique environment that encourages outdoor learning and self development. The farm is agricultural and arable and students grow in confidence and their learning increases the greater they get involved in day-to-day tasks.

Failand Forest School
failands farm bristol

Get in touch to find out how we can help you

  • Re-engage all pupils in their education
  • Foster curiosity about the world and develop a passion for learning
  • Prepare pupils for their next steps
  • Support all pupils to make safe and healthy lifestyle choices

    Our Successes…

    Working with mainstream schools since 2020

    MIAG have had over 30 students that’s come to MIAG for different reasons, and we have worked with Schools and Local authorities to put them in to mainstream or specialist provision in the last 3 years.

    Attendance is on average 89% over the last 3 years

    There have been many reasons for disengagement from Education and MIAG Staff have been very creative in how to engage with the students and to work with them to engage them back slowly into Education with a different outlook from the school environment.

    We offer Work Experience and Apprenticeships to year 11 students

    Over the last 2 years we have had 8 Students moved onto Apprenticeships and work experience and MIAG will now be looking to expand this offer to year 11 students who do not want to do alternative route of College.