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|September||TBC||Full-Time||Kirkley Hall Campus||Full-time Vocational|
This is a flexible, supported programme tailored to young people. It is an integrated approach to education and independance, designed to be delivered to learners with learning difficulties/learning disabilities, behaviour and emotional problems and historical disengagement from school.
This is the entry year of our Foundation Pathways which then progresses to the Carousel programme that links independance and vocational skills.
In support of the year 1 program students will be invited to engage in healthy sporting activities as part of their timetable (1 hour per week each) as well as focused practical animal care lessons as part of project 5.
This year is known as the BUG year and is designed to support student learning and confidence in their first year in an adult environment. The course progresses on to the 2nd year of Foundation Learning called the CAROUSEL year. Class sizes are kept small and friendly at all times.
Students will attend an induction programme as part of their entry into college.
|Study level||Cost||Additional fees|
|19+||please enquire||This course requires students to wear a departmental uniform. Student will also need appropriate PPE.|
This programme of study is designed around 6 projects with the sole aim of developing and improving independence skills.
In addition to continuing their development in Maths & English, students will complete an induction project and the following 6 projects.
An Induction Project - Being Safe at Kirkley Hall
Project 1 - Being Healthy
Project 2 - Travel Skills
Project 3 - Healthy Eating
Project 4 - Horticulture Enterprise
Project 5 - Media & Animal Care
Project 6 - Moving On
Students are initially assessed when joining the programme in Maths and English, from that point an individual programme will be developed to suit their individual needs and goals.
Final Assessments are completed formally for Maths & English.
The course is project based over 3 days per week.
This programme is delivered over three days per week.
This is a 1st year entry level, supported learning foundation course for students who need some help during their education and who are in receipt of an EHCP.
Overall, this course aims to introduce students into an adultcCollege and way of life to develop their independent living skills.
We are the largest further education provider in Northumberland with campuses throughout the county.
Our student transport scheme is available for eligible students to make getting to and from college as easy as possible.
Our extensive re-development programme will create outstanding new facilities.
Inspirational learning environment nominated for a prestigious regional construction award
August 11, 2021
Northumberland College helping students with SEND continue their studies.
June 4, 2020
Northumberland College is helping provide thousands of young people with access to vital support and resources following the COVID-19 outbreak