Key Stage 5

This academic year, 2017-18, our College Department has 33 students on roll. Our learners, age 16-19, have a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Our provision has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Outstanding achievement means that all students achieve their full potential considering their starting points. Ofsted 2015

We offer recognised accredited study programmes in English, Mathematics, Employability and Independent Living Skills.  We also provide supported and independent work experience opportunities, which facilitate progression on to higher levels of education or training.

Key Stage 5 Achievement Day was held on Friday 24th November

Click on the following links for more information:

College Application Form For September 2018

Lunch Clubs 2017

Key Stage 5 Curriculum Overview 2017.`18

Newsletter July 17

Newsletter Easter 17

Newsletter December 16

Key Stage 5 Personal & Social Overview 2017.18

Final KS5 Accreditation Results Sumary 2017

Accredited Courses 2017 18

School Uniform for KS5

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