This programme is for young people under 25 with a learning difficulty to help them develop independent living skills and reach their individual goals and ambitions.
Duration: 1-3 years
What you will learn?
The programme is made up of six pathways which are tailored to suit the needs of each student. All pathways are aimed at equipping students with the skills they need to get on in life, including personal and social development and functional literacy and numeracy where appropriate.
Classroom subjects may include citizenship, cookery, arts and crafts and gardening. Students are also encouraged to take part in enrichment activities like football, yoga, basketball and dance. Some pathways also involve an element of supported work experience. Students can progress through the pathways as they successfully complete each one.
All students will have a personal tutor, who they will meet with regularly throughout the year to discuss whether the student is getting the right support and what the next steps may be.
What you can do next
Progression will be discussed with your group tutor to ensure you move onto the most appropriate provision for you. This could be mainstream provision, supported internship or voluntary work.
Contact us to find out more
Please contact us on 01727 737780 or 01727 737198 to arrange an appointment and discuss options that suit you.