We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn, develop and aspire to live confidently and independently.
With small class sizes and a focus on independent living skills, we offer specifically design courses for individuals who would benefit from learning within a supported environment.
By offering a wide range of courses we are able to progress students internally to ensure when they leave the college they have improved their life opportunities and are ready for their next steps.
Each of our programmes are designed to develop each individual.
Designed to enable students to learn and develop relevant skills and vocational knowledge.
The latest Ofsted inspections at the college rated it’s provision for learners with high needs as good.
Arrangements to manage the transition of learners from school to college are effective. [...] [Teaching and support staff] make effective use of the information on learners' starting points secured at induction to plan learning programmes that take good account of learners' interests, hobbies, aspirations for the future, and of any travel or mobility difficulties.
Learners develop useful skills through activities designed to meet their needs and interests. [...] Learning support assistants work well with teachers to provide learners with an appropriate level of support that ensures the large majority of learners excel.
Learners' behaviour is good and managed well by staff. [...] Highly effective partnerships between the college and the local authority, employers and voluntary sector organisations ensure that learners take up a broad range of appropriate work experience.