Awarded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted at three consecutive inspections, Derwen College provides a rich learning environment for young people with many conditions, including learning and physical disabilities, ASD, medical needs and behaviours of concern.
The main campus is located in a village setting near Oswestry with satellites in Walford, north Shropshire; Craven Arms, south Shropshire; and Penley, north Wales.
Our specialism is building employability skills through authentic work opportunities in our commercial outlets and off-campus with our partners in the wider community. The vocational options offered are designed to meet industry standards, preparing students for the job market. Pathway areas include:
Hospitality and Housekeeping
Individualised learning includes a comprehensive Personal Development and Independence programme. Students are supported to begin learning to care for themselves, shop, cook, develop road safety skills, extend their abilities in inter-personal relationships and take their place in society.
At Derwen College, we believe that students develop their independence best when they work on it in a real environment.
Derwen College also offers Short Breaks holiday provision for young adults aged 18-25 years of age to enjoy a break. Guests can take part in a range of activities and trips, as well as making use of the campus facilities. Short breaks are available year round apart from two weeks closure at Christmas. Find out more here - http://bit.ly/2zQL3Ir
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a student or any other services available at Derwen College please contact The Admissions Team on 01691 661234 (401) or email email@example.com
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Derwen College's main campus is located in a village setting near Oswestry with satellite sites in Walford, north Shropshire; Craven Arms, south Shropshire; and Penley, north Wales.
- Referral Details
- Access to all Derwen College programmes involves participation in a pre-entry assessment covering aspects of work skills, functional skills, independence skills and other support services as appropriate to the individual. This assessment, combined with information from schools and other agencies, forms the basis of the students’ initial assessment and informs programme planning and provision of tailored support.
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Applications to Derwen College are welcomed from young people across the United Kingdom.