Together we thrive
At the Together Trust, our vision is a society where people thrive because they are valued within their communities.
Bridge College is the first step to an independent, happy adult life for our learners.
Based in Manchester, we offer specialist education for students aged 16 to 25 with learning difficulties, disabilities, complex health needs and autism. Every day we provide personalised support, tailored learning and hands-on life skills to give young people the confidence to exceed their aspirations.
Come and be amazed at what you can achieve!
If you can’t find the information you need contact college reception on 0161 487 4293 or by email.
Are you looking for a rewarding role? Passionate about supporting young people?
We are currently accepting applications for support worker roles at Bridge College, based in Openshaw close to Manchester city centre.
Click below to find out more:
Our day starts at 9 am and finishes at 3.30 pm.
0161 487 4293
Sara Bayley, Head of Service
Jeremy Swinn, Acting Head of Bridge College
Paul Adams, Chair of the Governing Body
When a young person applies to Bridge College, we want to make sure they get the right support. Here are some tips to help with your application.
Click here to read our remote learning policy for 2020/2021
We're proud to have been awarded 'Good' in our most recent inspection. Read our latest Ofsted report online.
At Bridge College, we’ve designed a space where everyone can thrive. Our students love the hydrotherapy pool and 4D sensory learning space. Not to mention our accessible gardens, specialist bikes and wheelchair swing. Come and see for yourself.
At Bridge College, students can prepare for the world of work through our work skills, work experience and supported internship programme. We want everyone to leave feeling confident for their future. Find out more about our Supported Internship Programme.
Our policies help to create a safe and supportive environment where our students can thrive.
You can download and read our policies online.
Click here to find out further information on the Covid-19 Risk Assessments.