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Chichester College

Service

Chichester College, as graded by Ofsted (2013/14), provides an Outstanding experience for everyone and we welcome learners with a range of learning needs, medical conditions and mental health difficulties to our College community.

What we do:

  • Moving towards independence, our highly qualified experienced team offer individualised support both in and out of class liaising with course teams to provide strategies to enable learners to fully access the curriculum and complete their homework
  • Assistive Technology-we offer assessments through an award winning specialist team experienced using and applying Assistive Technology to enable learners to gain increased indepedence in and out of College
  • Accessibility-tailored support to meet the individual needs of our learners including accessible learning environments
  • After School Provision-we teach social and communication skills in structured sessions and workshops. Learners are encouraged to build on their existing skills, develop self awareness and independence and manage social situations with greater confidence
  • Welfare-we have a highly qualified team of Medical Practitioners, Counsellors and drop in services from external agencies to enable learners to receive a holistic package of support to meet their individual needs including Anxiety and Tiredness

Our users say:

"Supported me with any emotional or concerns and in a practical lessons" (KB) via Exit/Review Form

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Age Range: 14–95

Wheelchair Accessible?

Free to use?

Contact Details

01243 786 321

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Website

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

Local Offer webpage
Address

Westgate Fields,
Chichester,
PO19 1SB

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  • Posted by thecoplestons on 27 Apr 16 21:45

    The college have been very supportive and accommodating of my daughters needs. They have been proactive in offering her support and 1:1 sessions as well as use of a dictaphone to record lectures. They have also made allowances for her working in the kitchens/restaurant when she tires easily.