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Our Aims & Mission

Aims for Creating Tomorrow College

  • Develop knowledge and skills to live as independently as possible and take an active role in their own community.
  • Include other activities unrelated to qualifications that develop the skills, attitudes and confidence that support progression, with a key focus on employment and independence.
  • Provide progression to a level higher than that of their prior attainment, which may be lateral or vertical depending on their individual level of need.
  • Include qualifications, where relevant, that provide a level of stretch to their learning, linked to relevant progression based on the learners’ level of skills and ability.
  • Support the learner, where relevant, to work towards a relevant and appropriate qualifications in maths and English.
  • Provide a meaningful work placement related to the relevant vocational area of their choice.

Our Mission

  • Advance the opportunity of young adults aged 16-25 with SEND.
  • Make the transition into sustainable employment, volunteering or entrepreneurial opportunities.
  • Develop the independence skills to manage in an ever-changing world.

Our purpose:

To advance the opportunity of young adults, aged 16 -25 with special educational needs or disability, to make the transition into sustainable employment, volunteering or entrepreneurial opportunities and/or develop the social and emotional skills to manage in an ever-changing world.

We will carry ot our purpose by providing the following services (including but not limited to):
Discrete accessible provision providing an individual, personalised programme focusing on independence and employment.

  • Dedicated employer engagement and placement officers.
  • Job coaches, providing work placement support.
  • Vocational options. Examples include: Grounds Maintenance, Hospitality and Catering, Retail, Horticulture, Warehousing and Distribution, Health and Beauty.
  • Accredited learning at different levels.
  • Enrichment activities to supports progression and independence.
  • Curriculum to develop personal and daily living skills.