Greenbank College

Greenbank College offers an individualised vocational Study Programme for young people aged over 16 and under 19 on 31 August (or aged up to 25 if you have an Education Health and Care [EHC] Plan) in a small, supportive, fully accessible environment. Study Programme is a personalised learning programme which supports personal development and helps students to achieve their goals for work and life.
The programme starts at Entry Level and focuses on the student’s aspirations for their future and includes a work-related learning and work experience. Choose from:

  • Art, Design, Sewing & Textiles
  • Business & Administration
  • Catering & Hospitality
  • Customer Service
  • Exercise & Fitness
  • Horticulture
  • Hairdressing
  • Health & Social Care
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Sports Coaching & Development

The programme also includes English and Maths (Communication and Calculation if students haven’t already achieved at level 2), Employability skills and a Work Experience. The programme offer includes enrichment sessions such as cooking, sport and fitness, games ( in the fully accessible Greenbank Sports Academy), art and music. The College is committed to empowering SEND students to make their own decisions and choices and has an active Student Council and range of Learner Voice activities.

SEN Disability Local Offer Statement

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Special Education Need & Disability

Social Communication

Physical Difficulties

Sensory Processing Difficulties

Speech and Language

Hearing Impairment/Deafness

Visual Impairment

Learning Disabilities

Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing



Facilities and Accessibility

Disabled Parking

Free Parking


Wheelchair Accessible

Disabled Toilet

About this Listing

Funding Status: Independent

Method of Referral: Self-referral

School Hours: Monday to Friday 9am until 4pm, during term time


Cost: For young people aged over 16 and under 19 on 31 August (or aged up to 25 with an Education Health and Care [EHC] Plan.

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Co-designed school: Yes

How does somebody raise a concern about the school?: Through our Comments, Compliments and Complaints Policy

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