Students with Additional Learning Needs are supported to reach their potential.
The department supports young people with a wide variety of needs including moderate learning difficulties; specific learning difficulties; speech, language and communication needs; autistic spectrum disorder; social, emotional & mental health difficulties; multi-sensory impairments; visual impairments; hearing impairments; complex medical and physical disabilities.
Time / Date Details
Time of day
Term time only
Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5pm
Who is eligible?
BSix is a Comprehensive Sixth form college for students 16 – 19 years old, all students will be offered support, during their time at BSix. Students with more complex/high need support will be assessed and funding will be requested from their Local Authority.
An interview for enrolment will be held.
What to do if you have a complaint
If you have any feedback about the service you received – something you like or are not happy with; then do talk about it with the headteacher, so that they can look at how they deliver their service.
Can parents & young people buy this service as part of their SEND personal budget?
SEND Personal Budget - Notes
Within the Educational Health Care Plan, a student will be assessed and allocated hours for their Education pathway. This could vary on the individual student. Support stated within the EHCP includes in class, 1 to 1, Small Group sessions, workshops, specialist support.
How to Get Here
Buses: 48, 55, 106,S 253, 254, 393, 425, 488
Parking: Car park situated at the rear of the college, off Brooke Road. Disabled parking available.
Transport to service: Students can contact their Local Authority to request transport. BSix can arrange for a member of the student support team to train students in independent travel.
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