We believe every student has great potential and we are committed to providing education of the highest quality to everyone.
We have a range of courses for learners with a variety of moderate to severe learning diffculties and disabilities, uncluding autism, mental health issues and physical difficulties.
As part of your Study Programme, your course is designed to develop life and work skills through imaginative and practical activities. All of our classes have experienced tutors and classroom assistants to ensure the appropriate support is in place. The group size is small (10 learners), and each learner is assigned their own personal tutor to guide them through their course of study and advise on future progression.
With in-class and one-to-one support available, each student has a tailored work experience programme to suit their individual interests and are offered opportunities for development with our extensive network of experienced providers. Students also have regular opportunities to get involved in College events and a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
Future opportunities may include:
Progression onto a mainstream Level 1 course at the college, possible employment or an Apprenticeship, or perhaps a Supported Learning Internship at Great Ormond Street Hospital or at Moorfield Eye Hospital.