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Northbrook Metropolitan College Additional Learning Support (ALS)


Northbrook’s ALS is available to eligible learners. A student is eligible to receive ALS if they have one or more of the following: 1. A statement of need – such as an Education, Health and Care Plan or LDA 2. A diagnosed learning or physical disability and/or difficulty (diagnosis must be provided from a medical professional or educational psychologist). 3. Access Arrangements or if they were to be assessed would be eligible.

What we do:

  • Northbrook College has a team of support personnel to assist students who have dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyspraxia.
  • Northbrook has a team of communication support personnel to help students with a hearing impairment in the classroom offering signing and note taking.
  • Northbrook provides support for students with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing support needs.
  • Northbrook does not offer Speech & Language or Occupational Therapy Support from academic year 16/17 onwards.

Our users say:

Ofsted Report 2013: "Outstanding learning support ensures that students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities achieve particularly well".

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Age Range: 14–70

Wheelchair Accessible?

Free to use?

Contact Details

01903 273 076

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For more information, and to read about how to access this service, visit:

Local Offer webpage

14-19 Centre,
Broadwater Road,
BN14 8HJ


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