The College welcomes students who may have a learning difficulty and/or disability and who may require additional support to help them overcome additional challenges. You are welcome to contact us for a confidential chat. We are able to offer a range of support to meet your needs in a discreet and sensitive way. We are a friendly and supportive team.
The Careers Guidance service are here to support you in your journey through College by helping you to make informed decisions about your future education, employment and training options. We offer a welcoming, supportive and impartial service where you can explore your skills, qualities, strengths and interests and plan your future career.
Improve your information skills with these short, interactive modules which show how to find, use and reference information effectively. Created by the LRC, iSkills modules provide advice for easier studying and enhanced grades.
We realise that some young people who have parents that are key workers and those with particular learning needs, will need to come onto campus to learn.
While the Government does not want large groups of students studying together, we realise that some students may still wish to access our campuses. Unfortunately this can only be by prior arrangement.
If you would like to avail yourself of this, please contact Student Services and discuss your needs with them.
If you have particular concerns during your time at home, you can also contact the Safeguarding Team for help and support.