Young people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities can find entry level supported learning courses at Kingston College. Find out more SEND information on the Kingston College website here The gives opportunities for these young people to: develop skills to progress to further learning find employment…
020 8546 2151
Options West London Community College is a well-established, independent living and life skills provision for adults on the autism spectrum. We offer individualised programmes which are designed to meet the complex needs of each of our students, as well as to increase their sense of…
Supported Learning Our Supported Learning courses have very high success rates with good progression to mainstream courses. Supported Learning students benefit from small class sizes, work experience opportunities (e.g. with GlaxoSmithKline) and a varied and stimulating enrichment programme. Our courses all designed for all abilities…
020 8326 2000
Richmond upon Thames College supports young people with special educational needs. They have specialist staff supporting young people with dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, ADD, social, emotional and mental health, sensory and physical needs as well as moderate and severe learning difficulties. See their SEND information here You’ll…
020 8607 8000
Learning Support offers a cross-college service in Hayes and Uxbridge to students needing additional support. This support is primarily available for those students with specific needs, learning difficulties and disabilities, including dyslexia, moderate learning difficulties, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and autistic spectrum disorders.
01895 853333 Uxbridge: Ext 3422 Hayes: Ext 3701
We believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to achieve success through education. Our Supported Learning department welcomes students with a variety of moderate, severe, and profound learning difficulties and disabilities.
020 8741 1688