With a dedicated focus on increasing both independence and employability, while also developing self-confidence and essential key skills, our Entry Level 1-3 courses and personalised programmes are designed to enhance Life Skills and employment opportunities with real employers.
Students will have individual goals set according to their specific subject, with learning targets regularly evaluated. Parents/carers are invited to attend termly review meetings and annual reviews with relevant professionals.
Alongside their chosen subject all students will study English, maths, and Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and also have the opportunity to take part in enrichment activities such as sports, dance or drama.
Every Supported Learning programme is personalised to meet individual needs, and delivered using specialist resources, tailored to both the student and the subject. With a maximum of 10 students per class, learning assistant support, specialist teaching staff, access to speech and language therapists, sensory support, and other specialist interventions, everything is in place to help our students reach their full potential.
Supported learning programmes are exclusively for students that have an Education Healthcare Plan.
Supported Learning Courses
Full time (16 Hours per week). Courses for 16-25 year-old young adults with an Educational Healthcare Plan.
Art & Media
Preparation for Employment
Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
Independent Living Skills
Life and Work Skills
Progression to Life and Work
Tasters for Progression
Work and Construction Skills
Return to Learning Part time (3 hours per week). Courses for adults who want to improve English, maths or computing skills to develop opportunities for personal growth, work and community.
We warmly invite all new students, and their parents and/or carers, to visit us at the College for a taster session to help with the transition to a new environment. This is a great opportunity to meet our dedicated staff, interact with current students, take part in a class, and generally find out more about college life.