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Inclusive Learning

Our main priority is helping our
students to succeed no matter
their personal limits

Our range of services

  • Academic Skills Assistants work in class, or 1:1, to assist with literacy and numeracy skills required for your course
  • Personal Skills Assistants help with all aspects of personal care
  • Dyslexia Tutors offer specialist tuition and a range of diagnostic assessments
  • Communicators providing British Sign Language support to learners with a hearing impairment
  •  A range of equipment is also available for use by learners including Digital Dictaphones, Voice activated computer software and Ergonomic keyboards

To view DfE Changes to SEN & Disability Support Easy Guide please click here.

Note takers and scribes are also available in class and, where appropriate, exams.

If you would like to discuss your support needs, or for further information about the support available, please contact the Inclusive Learning Team on 01422 357 357 Ext 9347

If you would like to discuss your support needs, or for further information about the support available, please contact the Inclusive Learning Team on 01422 357 357 Ext 9347

Bradford post 16 transport policy consultation

Bradford Council has a duty to consult with affected stakeholders on its proposed Post 16 Transport Policy Statement for 2020 / 2021. It is therefore consulting with young people aged 16 -18 and their parents/carers and young people aged 19 – 24 with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and their parents/carers.

Please find more information here, and a questionnaire on the consultation here.

Did you know?

90% of students go on to employment or further study

OFSTED Good and Outstanding

We were rated Good for our Further Education offer and Outstanding for Apprenticeships!

Here’s what they said

“Teachers ensure that learners make good progress in developing their vocational skills and gain good levels of knowledge and understanding in practical subjects.”

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“Learners gain confidence and improve the social interaction and communication skills that will support them well in their future lives.”

View our OFSTED report here.