There is a Bursary Fund available to school and those who meet the following criteria can apply for a support grant.
- Those in care
- Those in receipt of income support for the student
- Those in receipt of both Employment Support Allowance and also PIP.
Students who can travel independently are encouraged to do so. Transport is arranged through Education Transport for those students who cannot travel independently.
Students select their lunch during morning registration. Hot meals are available and are ordered on a weekly basis, please contact the Sixth Form Office for the daily and weekly cost. Students may if they prefer bring a packed lunch. If you are in receipt of benefit your son or daughter may be eligible for free school meals. Application forms are available from school or the Education Offices. Tel: 01642 393939
Aims for the students
- To be more independent.
- Learn about the world of work.
- Learn new skills and experience new subjects.
- To ensure their next “transition” is a success.
- Be happy and feel safe.
- Continue to develop appropriate social skills.
- Learn about travelling safely.
You will get the first report after Christmas followed by an EHCP review, the second report will sent out during the autumn term followed by another EHCP review.
Each student will have a tutor who can be contacted regarding any concerns.
If an issue is unresolved or needs to be referred there is a Pastoral Support Team including Steve Cropper, Paul Steele, Paul Barton and ultimately Kathryn Thompson, who will endeavour to resolve it as quickly as possible. This of course includes serious safeguarding referrals.
- Uniform – Age appropriate college attire
- College Times – The gates are open at 8:40 Registration is at 8:55 and the students are dismissed at 15:05
- Behaviour – We expect the students to respect each other, the staff and the building. To work to the best of their ability and behave as sensible young adults.