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Foundation Studies

Pathways Entry 1



Introduction

This course is aimed at young people post-16 with moderate to severe learning difficulties and disabilities including ASD, at a range of levels within Entry 1. Students are taught in small groups supported by highly specialist and experienced staff.

The Pathways course at Entry 1 aims to prepare learners as they begin the transition to adult life. Learners take part in sessions that enable them to develop the skills needed for independent living, accessing the community and work. They receive 1 hour English and Maths sessions as part of their study programme.

We offer personalised services to support the needs of our students beginning with their transition to College and extending to all areas of campus life. Students will have access to specialist resources and support tailored to their individual needs.

This course will help develop the personal and work-related skills that enable students to progress into further learning, supported employment and will enhance their independent living skills.

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