Inclusion at The Sheffield College is for students who have a variety of support needs, learning difficulties or disabilities, or are seeking to re-engage with education.
If you are still looking for something to study this year, please scroll down to see what courses we still have available.
Chelsea, Supported Internship at Waitrose
We offer two different pathways for students with high support needs, designed to give them the opportunity to develop their independence, confidence and skills for social situations, everyday life and work.
We also offer a third pathway which has been designed to help students re-discover their passion for education and work.
This pathway is the perfect preparation for students who are looking to take their next step in life. We will promote and develop the experience of living independently, working with students on their self-sufficiency and self-confidence. Students will be introduced to crucial skills for living independently such as travel, cooking, domestic skills, the value of money, forming appropriate relationships, healthy living and being involved in the community
By continuing to develop skills for self-confidence, students will be prepared for a successful working life and gain experience of what it means to be employed as part of a wider team through our fantastic experience of work opportunities. Students will be supported with key employability skills throughout and receive regular feedback from our expert staff. On this pathway, students have the opportunity to study and progress on Supported Work Skills, Retail, Independent Work Skills and also gain a Supported Internship with one of our employer partners.
Unsure about what the future might hold? This exciting pathway gives students the opportunity to discover new passions and career inspiration through a variety of interactive cross-college curriculum taster sessions, including animal care, catering, horticulture, sport and more. As well as spending time pursuing new interests, students will refresh their English and maths skills to re-energise their appetite for success.
We still have places for students starting throughout the 2020/21 academic year.
Whether you’re still looking to find something to study or have changed your mind after starting your course, we have places starting right up until May 2020/21.
These courses are perfect if you are looking to:
Our Inclusion programmes are further enhanced throughout the year with opportunities for students to participate in additional sporting events, overnight and week-long residential stays, educational visits, lunch-time activities and end-of-year celebration events. Our number one priority is to make sure our students learn in a safe environment. Our friendly staff are experts in providing support for young people with a wide range of specific needs. They provide students with the best possible learning environment so that they can achieve their goals.