We believe everybody should be allowed to learn and maximise their potential, regardless of their learning needs.
We welcome applications from people with additional learning needs and endeavour to provide the support that’s required to help them realise their full potential for learning.
If you have an identified additional support need and/or medical condition, there’s professional support and guidance available to you.
New applicants - you can talk to trained staff about your additional need and/or medical condition when you attend one of our open days or disclose this during application or you can speak to staff during enrolment.
Current students – if you haven’t yet disclosed your additional needs, please ask your Personal Tutor to refer you to the Inclusive Support Team. Alternatively please see a member of the team in C032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ll be invited to a confidential needs assessment meeting with your ALS Supervisor to discuss additional support and an individual plan will be put into place.
We provide support for students with a range of additional support needs, including:
- Individuals with an EHC plan
- Physical disabilities
- Learning difficulties
- Specific learning difficulties e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, ADHD/ADD
- Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome
- Visual impairment
- Hearing impairment
- Medical conditions
- Mental health difficulties
The type of support we provide:
- Confidential needs assessment meetings
- Personal care
- Break/lunchtime support
- In-class support (can be made discrete)
- 1:1 assignment support
- Specialist equipment and assistive technology e.g. laptops
- Adaptation of resources
- BSL interpreters
- Access arrangements for exams
- Dyslexia support
- The Deaf Academy