You’ve left school and want to take the next step in your education. But where do you go next?
If you’re 18 to 25 years old and have a physical or learning impairment, Beaumont College in Lancaster could be the place for you. Students at the college have a range of conditions including dysphagia, epilepsy, autism, cerebral palsy and learning difficulties.
What can you learn?
The college is a supportive and fun place to become more independent and take greater control of your life. Our staff will develop a learning plan that’s right for you, helping you gain confidence and skills for the future. You can choose from subjects including art, drama, cooking, numeracy, information communication technology, outdoor courses and vocational and practical subjects.
How will you study?
Beaumont College offers you the choice to come as a day student only or you can live on site in our well-equipped accommodation. The college is open during term times. After three years, when you have finished your studies, we will support you to move on to the next stage in your life.
More about Beaumont College
Beaumont College in Lancaster has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, the organisation which inspects educational centres in the UK. That’s the highest rating they give.