Nescot provides full time or day-release places for a number of Year 10 and 11 students from schools in the area.
The College is developing provision for 14-16 year olds who are finding it difficult to cope in a mainstream setting. Children are taught the national curriculum with English, maths, science, religious studies and sport being the core subjects.
Children can also follow some vocational tasters such as hair and beauty, cooking and construction so that they can develop an idea of what they would like to do next. The timetable is personalised to meet the needs of each individual young person.
The intent is to work with children who are home schooled, have lost their confidence or are unable to attend school.
Classes are very small with a maximum staff/student ratio of 1:3. Currently children are referred to Nescot either through their school or by their Local Authority. Students must have an EHCP.
If you are a parent or carer, and would like to find out more about 14-16 referrals to Nescot, please speak to your child's school in the first instance.
Schools can get in touch with us through existing contacts or by using our enquiry form here.
If you have met us and are completing the application process, please choose either the '14-16 progression' or 14-16 transition' course by selecting the link below.
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