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SEND - Tower Hamlets

Welcome to our Foundation Learning/SEND information at New City College, Tower Hamlets.


Click on the boxes below to explore our SEND Courses

Encounter

Encounter

Foundation Pathways

Foundation Pathways

Move On  2

Move On 2

Move On Courses 1 and 2

Move On Courses 1 and 2

Path (Phoenix and Tower Hamlets Partnership Programme)

Path (Phoenix and Tower Hamlets Partnership Programme)

Skills for Work

Skills for Work

Supported Internship Programme

Supported Internship Programme

Supported Internship Programme

Supported Internship Programme

We offer a range of interesting and creative courses for students that will help to develop their life skills. Our courses typically run for four days a week, 18 hours a week over the academic year.

Students benefit from a range of full-time courses which include:

  • Reduced class sizes
  • In-class learning mentor support
  • Lunch and break time supervision
  • Support with transport if necessary
  • Personal care
  • 1:1 support
  • Learning zone (drop-in areas)
  • Specialist software
  • Exam access arrangements
  • Counselling
  • Mental Health Advisor
  • Communicator
  • Small group support

Learners can progress on to the next level in foundation learning or into mainstream vocational courses in the college.

Students can benefit from a range of full-time courses including:

  • English – Entry level to GCSE
  • Maths – Entry level to GCSE
  • Enterprise – working together, planning, finances and running a business
  • Work experience – supported and independent
  • Independent Living Skills – shopping, cooking and managing money
  • Out in the Community – travel training, personal safety and time management
  • Healthy living – healthy eating, lifestyle and sports
  • Vocational taster sessions in IT, catering, floristry, carpentry and motor vehicle
  • Enrichment and visits

Many of our students learn how to travel to college independently and also gain valuable experience in running commercial enterprises like Café 24 and a floristy activity, in a safe and realistic work environment. And, our supported internship programme offers an employment pathway for young people seeking a route into paid work.

For more information about our SEND programme, please contact Louise Workman-Dent

louise.workman-dent@ncclondon.ac.uk
020 7510 7696.

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