"Residential students' dignity and privacy is protected at all times. A comprehensive range of risk assessments relating to individual students, the site and activities keep residential students safe".
Maximum student numbers: 12 (6 of which are residential)
Age Range 19-25
Parents and the young person themselves will discuss their preferences with the Careers Adviser in school The Careers Adviser will complete the S139a, or Education, Health and Care Plan, which will
identify the most appropriate provision for the young person when they leave school and this will be shared with the Local Authority.
For further information on specialist colleges click here www.natspec.org.uk or contact your local careers advisor.
Potential students are assessed both formally and informally in a range of contexts including their own home, previous placement and in-house.
Within the context of their autism, these assessment include:
Attention & Listening
Social & Personal Care Skills
Assessments are informed by data provided from a range of professionals and parents, including any previous statement of educational needs, social care
assessments, educational psychology and other medical assessments. Students are also assessed by a range of specialist staff in-house to identify appropriate
therapy input required to support the learning process. This may include speech & language therapy, communication support, occupational therapy, behaviour
support and other medical input, and equipment needs are assessed. Information provided by parents/carers is also considered and the above information used as a
basis for constructing the placement application.
If you require further information or an application form contact Sheila Jaeger,
Director of Services on 01925 224899 or email email@example.com.