City College Norwich offers outstanding provision for those students who have learning difficulties, disabilities or who have not engaged well with formal education and are “starting out” again.
For many students, coming to college will be a huge step – a step from childhood to adulthood, and this will involve many changes, new freedoms and with that, new responsibilities. It will mean students making more decisions for themselves and gaining greater independence in their learning.
Focus on progression
Progression is a fundamental aim within the school. Within the Inclusive Learning curriculum we offer bespoke, small group provision, with a team of dedicated staff who deliver on it.
Encouragement and support
We recognise the challenges our students face and ensure we put in the right levels of encouragement and support to meet the individual needs of our students. Students will find high quality resources and facilities to support them as they enter the world of adulthood, further learning and employment. These include workshop areas where they can practice art, craft, dance, drama and sport.
We have an industry scale greenhouse, a shop that serves the needs of the college community and a professional kitchen. Alongside these we have well equipped classrooms for developing English, Maths and personal and social skills.
Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted
We have over 200 Inclusive Learning students who study with us every year and in our recent Ofsted inspection in March 2017, our provision was rated as ‘Outstanding’ in all areas.
You can find out more about the courses we offer, our facilities and how we help our students progress below.