Our experienced and professional Inclusive Learning (IL) team provide specialist support if you have specific learning needs. The breadth of their support is extensive, from learning difficulties to accessibility, and so much more. Every student’s needs are different and IL ensure that support is there for anyone who may need it.
The Inclusive Learning Team will liaise closely with schools, external agencies, college teachers and senior tutors to ensure that all are working together to meet your needs.
IL support students with an Education, Health and Care Plan: starting with transition, removing barriers to learning and planning appropriate support, ensuring an inclusive approach.
Inclusive Learning help students who have:
- Specific Learning Differences
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
- Social and emotional difficulties
- A Hearing Impairment
- A Visual Impairment
- Physical and/or Medical Conditions
Inclusive Learning will also support any students who are having problems with:
- Planning and Organisation
- Study skills and revision techniques
- Writing skills and proofreading
- Preparing for exams
- Functional literacy and numeracy
Inclusive Learning are based in the GH building, just behind the library. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Students, including those who need extra help, benefit from a highly inclusive learning environment. They know what they want to do next and receive the support they need to achieve it. Students achieve their qualifications and make well informed and aspirational decisions about their next steps." (Ofsted, 2020)
"Staff accurately identify and meet the support needs of students with high needs . As a result, students develop their independence over time, which improves their life chances." (Ofsted, 2020)