Pathways at Henley
(For Students with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities)

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You will have the opportunity to experience a varied educational programme within the context of a Sixth Form College. Specialist staff will work with you aiming to achieve your potential. You will also make extensive use of local facilities.

The course helps with basic education and encourages independence and maturity. Student areas include:

  • Communications
  • Numeracy
  • Information Technology
  • Problem Solving
  • Personal Skills
  • Creative, Leisure and Physical Activities (including physiotherapy when appropriate)

You will be helped to devise an Individual Target Plan and will be supported while you work towards learning challenges that are appropriate to your needs.

You should have the ability to benefit from the course and be leaving compulsory education.

PATHWAYS PLUS is a similar course for students over the age of 19 who would like to continue their education.

For further information please contact the department on 01491 634067.

Programme Leader: Marylou Saward

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Adelle Collins

Adelle Collins was a student on Pathways and Bridge courses and during that time grew into a mature, confident and well-liked young woman.  Her success on her work placements helped earn her the Pathways Award and two offers of employment.