Beaumont College 

A specialist college for young people aged 18 to 25 to fulfil their potential as they ‘Prepare for Adulthood’. The main site is at Lancaster with other services at Carlisle, Blackpool, South Lake and Sussex.

Beaumont College supports students with a broad range of physical and learning impairments for over forty years on a residential or day basis. We strive to offer opportunities to learn across five learning pathways:

Sensory Communication Pathway

Students following this pathway will develop increased levels of engagement with a broader range of activities and people.

Communication and Interaction

Students following this pathway will be supported to build upon emerging cognitive skills and formal expressive/receptive communication skills.

Skills for Independent Living

Students following this pathway benefit from the support that comes from working in partnership with another person and/or specialist equipment.

Skills for Life and Work

This pathway will take the student through a mixed programme of activities that will enable them to prepare for living a more independent life and participate in community-based activities.

Access to Learning

This pathway involves preparation for the future opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of adulthood and work/ volunteering life.

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