Supported Learning

A holistic approach to Inspire, challenge, and develop young people

What is Supported Learning?

Our supported learning programme is for young people aged 16-24 with Special educational Needs. We provide a holistic approach in our delivery to support young people to grow as individuals, develop aspirations for the future and strategies to achieve progression towards long term goals.

Our programme includes:

  • Vocational skills Development
  • Employability
  • Enterprise
  • Maths and English
  • Work Experience
  • Wider Skills Development

Entry Requirements
Educational Health and Care Plan (EHCP), statement of Needs or evidence of significant barriers to learning.

Attendance-3 days per week (36 week programme over the course of the academic year)

How to apply?

For further information or to arrange a visit contact us on 01473 220230, visit our Facebook page WS Training Supported Learning Centre@wstrainingcentral or email supportedlearning@wstraining.co.uk Alternatively fill out the application from, email to supportedlearning@wstraining.co.uk and we will get back to you.

What can you expect?

As a learner at WS Training you will do your best to

  • Attend WS Training regularly and on time
  • Be on time for lessons and ready to learn
  • Work to the best of my ability at all times
  • Show respect for others both in and out of WS Training
  • Respect the learning environment and the local community
  • Have a positive attitude towards, and participate fully in, the life at WS Training
  • Help to keep other learners safe by avoiding any bullying behaviour and reporting any bullying incidents
  • Follow WS Training Behaviour Policy and co-operate with members of staff
At WS Training we will do our best to
  • Provide a carefully planned curriculum matched to the needs of your child, along with a variety of enrichment activities
  • Keep parents and carers informed about the work planned for each term
  • Provide a supportive, secure and caring environment in which your child can achieve their potential
  • Arrange parent meetings to discuss academic progress and provide written progress reports each term
  • Provide clear expectations of behaviour as set out in our behaviour policy
  • Listen to and respond quickly to any concerns learners, parents and carers may have

Would you like...

  • ...to enhance your Maths and English skills?
  • ...to gain work experience?
  • ...to develop your wider skills?
  • ...opportunities to take part in
    enrichment and enterprise activities?
If your answer is yes to more than
one of the above get in touch!

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