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Learning at Nash

Students aim for outcomes in four areas

If you are visiting Nash College to understand how the college works, our depth of expertise and experience and the way our curriculum operates, we hope you leave inspired.

We’ve developed a way of planning and recording progress that’s completely tailored to every individual student. We initially look at learners ‘Destinations and Outcomes’ – the skills and achievements they need for their future lives as adults. These are developed in consultation with the student and their wider circle of support – to make sure they reflect their hopes, dreams and aspirations.

Students have targeted learning outcomes in 4 key life areas:

  1. Health and Wellbeing
  2. Shared lives
  3. Accessing work, community schemes and volunteering
  4. Personal Development

Learning pathways

All services and input are tailored to each person, with individual programmes of learning and activity created to best help students achieve their goals. There are three broad models of support which we use as a starting point when identifying the type of programme an individual student will most benefit from.

Model 1 - Autism provision

  • Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Students with moderate, severe or profound learning disabilities
  • Complex medical requirements
  • Students with behavioural and/or sensor needs

Model 2 - Learners with PMLD

  • Students with profound learning disabilities
  • Students with multiple disabilities or complex medical needs
  • Students with sensory needs
  • Students with moderate behavioural needs

Model 3 - Severe Learning Difficulties

  • Students with moderate/severe learning disabilities
  • Students with physical or medical needs
  • Students with sensory needs
  • Students with mild to moderate behavioural needs

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