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Bracknell & Wokingham College

Bracknell & Wokingham College has published their Local Offer providing information on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

Bracknell & Wokingham College is a small to medium further education provider with over 1500 full-time and over 4500 part-time learners.  The college offers a range of courses for all ages and abilities.

A Foundation Programme specifically designed for 16-24 year olds with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is delivered by qualified tutors at our Wick Hill centre. Learners can progress onto a range of more advanced courses, specialist vocational programmes, employment or work-based learning.

The college also runs a 'Wellbeing in mind' project - short term corses for people with mild to moderate mental health issues.

The college offers comprehensive support for all learners through our Student Services team which provides pastoral care and our experienced Study Support tutors who can support learners with their studies if needed.

All learners have a personal tutor who monitors each student’s progress and achievement throughout their time at college.

The college’s mission is for all learners to achieve their potential in a supportive learning environment.  Information can be found on our website:https://www.activatelearning.ac.uk/bracknell-wokingham  

Who to contact

Telephone
01344 766200
Website
https://www.activatelearning.ac.uk/.../bracknell-wokingham

Where to go

Address
Church Road
Bracknell
Postcode
RG12 1DJ

Local Offer

Local Offer Record
Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Local Offer / SEN Information Report
Local Offer Description

Bracknell & Wokingham College is a small to medium further education provider with over 1500 full-time and over 4500 part-time learners.  The college offers a range of study programmes and courses for all ages and abilities.

A Foundation Programme specifically designed for 16-24 year olds with learning difficulties and/or disabilities is delivered by experienced tutors at our main Church Road site. Learners can progress onto a range of more advanced courses, specialist vocational programmes, employment, work-based learning or supported internships. 

The college offers comprehensive support for all learners through our Student Services team which provides pastoral care and our experienced Study Support tutors and assistants who can support learners with their studies if needed.

All learners have an academic tutor and a pastoral tutor who monitor each student’s progress and achievement throughout their time at college.

The college’s mission is for all learners to achieve their potential in a supportive learning environment.  Information can be found on our website:  http://www.bracknell.ac.uk/

Identification of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) 

Support for young people with special educational needs 

The young person's progress. 

Supporting the young persons wellbeing 

Specialist services and expertise available at or accessed at the college 

Training of college staff in special needs 

Activities outside the college including trips 

How accessible is the college environment? 

Preparing to join the college / next stage of education 

Who can parents contact to discuss a young person? 

Last Update: 08/02/2019

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