Lewisham Southwark College is a College of Further Education based at three sites in Lewisham, Deptford and Southwark. Most students at the college are aged 16 and above. At the college there is Mainstream SEN Provision for learners on courses across the college and also Supported Learning Courses which are specifically designed courses for young people with learning difficulties aged 16-24.
Cross-College Additional Learning Support
We provide different kinds of support on courses across the college for students who need it. This includes support for;
- English and maths
- Autism Spectrum Condition/Asperger’s Syndrome
- Physical disabilities
- Visual and hearing impairments
- Personal care and health needs
- Mental health needs
- Supported Learning Courses We have a range of courses with built-in support for young people with special educational needs at Lewisham and Deptford campuses.
- Vocational Tasters
- Pathway to Independence
- Pathway to Employment
- Independence and Enterprise
- Work Courses
- School Links
Who is the service for?
Supported Learning & Learners who required additional study support
Criteria for access to service
16-24 years of age
Accessibility of this service / How this is provided
Through Lewisham Southwark College on- site
How can I access this service?
Through website or telephone:
How is this service funded?
Do you need to pay for this service?
This service is free to all 16-24 year olds
Contact Us on 0203 757 3000