The focus of our education is to improve the outcome possibilities for our pupils.
We aim to prepare young people with autism for life in the workplace so that when they leave us they have the skills and knowledge to be able to get a job and sustain employment.
Pupils work toward a variety of recognised GCSEs, Functional skills and entry level qualifications including BTEC Levels 1 and 2.
Our staff support pupils to take decisions about which path to follow when they leave school. Pupils are given access to college prospectuses as well as information on traineeships, supported internships and apprenticeships.
We are focused on the individual as we guide pupils choosing their appropriate pathways and courses.
Our staff work closely with parents, local authorities and other provision providers to ensure that the next step for our students is supported with the right guidance for a smooth transition to take place.
Many of our students go on to further study including A levels and BTEC Level 3s.
Destinations and Courses
- Derwent College- Supported Residential
- Abingdon and Witney College – IT, Supported Pathways Programme
- Animal Antics – Animal Care
- Banbury College – Performing Arts, Carpentry
- SOFEA – Supported Learning – Employment
- City of Oxford College – Accountancy, Criminal Psychology, A Levels
- Aylesbury College, Wycombe Campus – Car Mechanics
- Moreton Morrell College – Animal Care
- Employment – Primary School
- Supported Internship
- Truro College – A Levels