It is important to all of us at Moulton College that we provide an inclusive learning environment where all students can flourish and achieve their full potential.
If you have an Education Health and Care Plan (often referred to as an EHCP) we would like to meet with you and your parents/carers to discuss what support we can put in place to support you on your study programme.
Below is a list of some frequently asked questions about our Additional Learning Support but if you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us on 01604 491131.
We are trained to support students with a variety of different additional needs including but not limited to:
- Mental Health Difficulties
- Emotional Behavioural Difficulties
- Hearing or sight impairments. We employ our own Communication Support Workers to work with deaf students and a number of our staff are able to use British Sign Language (BSL).
- Physical disabilities
- Revision skills
- Exam support
- Exam concessions
- English and maths
- Planning and structuring assignments
- Organising workloads
- Communication Support Workers
- Counselling service
We offer support on a one to one basis and in small groups as well as in tutor group settings. The support available to you can cover theory and practical sessions.
Within the Learning Resource Centre we have a Learning Support area where we provide popular drop in support sessions. All of our computers also have a range of assistive technologies installed on them, helping you to work independently; for example Text Reader software.
Make sure that you highlight that you have an additional need when you complete your online application form. This means that we will then arrange a meeting with you to discuss the best support for your needs.
Don't worry if you didn't declare an additional need on your original form, you can apply for support at any time during the year if you feel like you need some extra help.