Creating Tomorrow College
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Creating Tomorrow College offers two year post 18 study programmes to support students with special educational needs transition into adulthood. Students will be aged between the age of 16- 25 with an Education, Health Care Plan. Students will have a primary diagnosis of Cognition and Learning, Communication and Interaction, or Physical Difficulties.
Creating Tomorrow College programmes are 5 days a week. Two pathways or courses are on offer and the college also offers Supported Internships.
Pathway to Employment
This pathway aims to equip students with the knowledge, skills and experience that will empower each individual to pursue a career in their chosen vocational area. This will continue to build upon competences and abilities developed within the Independence pathway or school to ensure a rounded approach to creating opportunities for students to become successfully bridge the gap into adulthood.
Pathway to Independence (from 2024/25 academic year).
This pathway aims to build upon the students sense of self and equip them with the skills to gain more independence and become an active part of their community. The intent is to upskill students with domestic, financial, travel, participation and relationship independence skills which will support their progression into adulthood and further learning. The curriculum gives students a variety of learning experiences to allow them to explore their talents, abilities and preferences.
A supported internship is a type of educational program designed to provide young individuals with disabilities or additional needs an opportunity to gain practical work experience and develop employability skills. It is specifically tailored to bridge the gap between education and employment, by offering a structured and supportive environment.
Creating Tomorrow College supported internships are highly personlised to meet the individuals aspirational outcomes for employment.
- Ofsted Grade: No data yet (September 2022)
- Additional languages
- British Sign Language
- Age range
- Suitable for ages from 16 years to 25 years
- Referral Route
- Education or School Referral
- Professional Referral
- Self Referral
- Type of Service
- Post-16 Education Providers
- Eligibility Criteria
- Age Range - Adulthood
- Provider Category
- Specialist Services - For those who require longer-term support
- Special Needs
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Learning Disabilities
- Physical Disabilities
- Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) - Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, etc
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Last updated 23 August 2023