Click below the DfE guide for young people;
The following leaflets have been produced for young people explaining changes to the special educational needs and disability support system. Topics covered are:
- making decisions about your support
- the local offer
- education, health and care (EHC) plans
- post-16 options for support
These can be accessed at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sen-and-disability-support-changes-information-for-young-people along with a series of five related video clips featuring young people with special educational needs and disabilities explaining the changes and what they mean for them.
SHOOTERS HILL SIXTH FORM COLLEGE
Shooter Hill Sixth Form College provide a safe, challenging and great environment for young people.
RIVERSTON SIXTH FORM
Riverston Sixth Form is our offering for students of 16 years and beyond. Our aim is to offer an appropriate mix of courses and programmes that can best meet the needs of our students, and will allow them to achieve success, realise their ambitions and to progress further, whether that be on to further study, into employment, or through developing a range of life skills which furthers their independence, confidence and self-belief.
JOHN RUSKIN COLLEGE – CROYDON
John Ruskin College promotes equality of opportunity for all students
ST FRANCIS XAVIER SIXTH FORM COLLEGE – Balham – Borough of Wandsworth
If you have a disability including a sensory impairment or a learning difficulty for example – Dyslexia or Asperger’s Syndrome – please be assured that you will receive tailor-made support from trained specialists who receive continuous updates in their training.
Livability Nash College is an independent specialist further education college for disabled people aged 19-25.
LEWISHAM SOUTHWARK COLLEGE
Lewisham Southwark College is a college of further education, based at three sites in Lewisham, Deptford, and Southwark.
London South East Colleges provides education and training for young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.