Careers Information and Advice
Please contact our Careers Lead Rebecca Davies, for further information or advice regarding careers within school
If you would like to speak to our independent Careers Advisor for advice on next steps or possible future provision, please contact Rachael Maybank at email@example.com or alternatively contact Rebecca Davies using the contact form above.
Further links – Local colleges and specialist provisions
The Futures programme at Wolverhampton college is aimed at young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and/or an Education Health Care Plan. For further information visit:
The supported learning courses at Walsall College can be stepping stones to either higher levels of study or greater independence. They also offer individualised support plans that are tailor-made to suit students’ specific needs.
These courses are ideal for students with learning difficulties or disabilities, or those who may need additional support for a variety of reasons and do not have a level 2 qualification (GCSE A*-C). For further information please visit:
Aspire Works is geared up for students to get those all important employability skills. There is a commercial print room, engineering workshop and retail showroom all managed by their learners and their supportive tutors. For further information about Dudley College visit:
Rodbaston have a supportive earner centred environment fully staffed by a dedicated team of teachers, instructors and learning support assistants.
The supported learning programmes offer learners the perfect opportunity to develop and grow in confidence and independence, helping them to find their place in the world, enhance life skills and develop employability skills.
There are also opportunities to get involved in external work experience such as volunteering with the National Trust to restore woodland and create habitats for the RSPB. There is a dedicated learning support team who are on hand to develop individual learning support plans, based on the needs of each learner. For more information visit:
The Willow Tree provides a safe and stimulating working environment for learners and all staff ensure that students experience a rich and exciting curriculum tailored to their specific needs.
Staff ensure a multi-sensory approach to learning, providing a Total Communication Environment which facilitates communication for all and follows strategies as outlined in individual student behaviour support or ASD plans. Students are encouraged to be as independent as possible in their learning by establishing routines and schedules. They are empowered in their learning through the negotiation of individual success criteria, adapted to their level of understanding. For further information visit:
Natspec is the membership association for organisations which offer specialist further education and training for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. To access the Natspec webpage please use the link below: