We create supportive and stretching learning
environments in which learners are encouraged
to take ownership of their learning and develop
their confidence and independence so they can
make progress towards their EHCP outcomes
What you'll learn
- Working towards a range of activities
applicable to your needs
- Improving the learner’s independence
- Building confidence to live successfully
and safely in the community.
- Developing employability,
communication and social skills through
a range of interactive subjects.
- Supporting learners to achieve a range
of practical and functional skills.
How you'll learn and be assessed
An aspirational curriculum delivered in a study
programme perfect for a learner’s needs and
personal goals. The curriculum focuses on
developing communication, independent living
skills, choices and decisions, employability
skills and enrichment. Activities are whole
class, group or individually based in the
classroom and in the community.
is truly personalised, based on a variety of
assessments and a young person’s EHCP
outcomes. The college will provide a
supportive, stimulating and realistic
environment for you to progress
as an adult.
Some learners may undertake a formal
qualification at Entry level. Most learners
will have a programme based on their own
individual starting points and needs which is
tracked and monitored in a variety of ways
including Recognising and Recording Progress
and Achievement (RARPA).
are negotiated and set with learners, carers
There are different pathways in this programme
which will ensure it is tailored to your EHCP
outcomes, aspirations and support needs.
Progression will be explored at your annual
review. Learners move on to supported
employment courses or Adult Social
We would like to get to know you as soon as
possible, sometimes even two years before
you are due to leave school. We run transition
programmes and taster days to assess your
needs, but also to make transition as smooth
Suitability for the programme will
be assessed by the college SEND team and
via a local-authority consultation process.