Greenbank College offer supportive, inclusive learning opportunities for young people at its accessible building in south Liverpool.
Services offered include:
Personalised study programmes for young people aged 16-18 (up to 24 with an EHCP)
Study Programme is a personalised learning programme which supports personal development and helps students to achieve their goals for work and life.
Study Programme includes:
- Work-related qualification or targets
- English & Maths
- Citizenship & Employability
- Work Experience or Placement
- 1-to-1 Personal Tutor Sessions
Foundation Learning Study Programme
The Foundation Learning Study Programme is for students who either do not have any qualifications or who have Pre–entry or Entry Level 1 qualifications.
The programme includes an accredited qualification designed to teach fundamental skills for independent living, learning and employment. At Entry Levels 2 and 3 students will also do a work-related taster each term which is a great opportunity for students to find out about the various careers available to them.
Students also study towards an English, maths and citizenship & employability qualifications as well as take part in enrichment activities.
Supported Internships for young people with EHCP
A Supported Internship is a type of Study Programme. It is specifically aimed at young people aged 16 to 24 with learning difficulties and/or disabilities who have an EHCP and would therefore benefit from extra support to gain employment. It is an alternative to course-based learning to offer you more hands-on learning. This will help you develop the confidence in your own abilities to perform successfully at work. Upon completion you will have developed the skills needed to enable you to progress into sustainable paid employment.
It will include:
- A substantial work placement
- Employability skills
- Personalised training
For further information, please see our Send Local Offer Statement
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Cost: Courses are free for young people aged 16 – 18 or aged up to 25 with an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
Special Education Need & Disability
Sensory Processing Difficulties
Speech and Language
Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing
Facilities and Accessibility
About this Listing
Funding Status: Independent
Method of Referral: Self-referral
School Hours: Monday to Friday 9am until 4pm, during term time
Eligibility: No info given. Please contact the service provider.
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.
Parking/Travel Information: No info given. Please contact the service provider.
Co-designed school: Yes
How does somebody raise a concern about the school?: Through our Comments, Compliments and Complaints Policy