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Life Skills Pathway

The Life Skills pathway is designed for students with a range of Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) to develop their independence and successfully transition into adulthood.

The programme aims to provide a differentiated and individualised approach to each student's study programme at College in order to work towards outcomes and meet their aspirations for future life. All pathways will include 4 week initial induction and assessment.

  • Develop communication skills
  • Develop practical English and maths skills
  • Work towards individualised goals
  • Develop core independent living skills
  • Develop healthy lifestyles choices
  • Become better equipped to make informed choices about their lives

The pathway includes:

  • Open Awards SFLE units to support independent living and life skills at E1 to E3
  • RARPA framework to support EHCP outcomes and personal development
  • English and maths embedded throughout the curriculum offer to support life skills
  • Buy it, Cook it, Eat it! Weekly opportunity to develop independent living skills through cookery
  • Tutorial sessions
  • PHSE

Each student will have a personal tutor with specialist SEND knowledge, who is responsible for all aspects of their learning programme and will support them to make progress towards outcomes through an individualised approach.

How to apply?

If you would like more information or to apply you can contact our Transitions Officer, Joanne Glaves on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. alternatively you can submit an application form here.

Ref: Joanne Glaves