How to apply
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We’re here to give students a voice in their future and get them ready for a happy, fulfilled adulthood. Our flexible curriculum means students can make choices about their education. And our support gives them the tools to succeed. Together we develop individual learning plans shaped to suit each student’s interests, needs and aspirations. So everyone leaves with the skills and self-confidence for their future.
Our curriculum planning starts with you. Tell us what you like to do and what you hope for the future, and we’ll tailor a learning plan to help you get there. Our pathways include things like hospitality and catering, music and media, sports and outdoor education.
Everything we do is underpinned by the preparing for adulthood framework, helping students work towards their life ambitions. Prepare for all aspects of adulthood, from future work and community life, to independent, healthy living.
We have lots of different subjects on offer to help you develop your skills in practical and realistic ways. These include: Sport, Art; Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHEE); Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Community Access, Media, Catering, Horticulture, Music and Sensory Experiences.
You’ll also get to develop your work-related skills in a way that suits you. Practice following task-based routines and instructions. Learn new work skills by helping us run the Bridge College print shop and café. Or access on-the-job training through work placements and our supported internship programme.
With our support, you’ll learn new life skills to build your confidence and independence for the future. Go from making simple snacks to cooking delicious meals for family and friends.
Learn how to take care of your wellbeing, from healthy eating and exercise to staying safe online. And understand how to travel in and around your local community. You can also build your confidence when it comes to communication, through things like Makaton, symbols and objects of reference.
Success looks different for everyone. The important thing is to follow the right path for you.
If something matters to our students, it matters to us. Our student council is very active here at Bridge College.
They make sure our students can get involved and create the kind of learning community they want to be a part of.