Langdon College focuses on allowing young people to be as independent as possible and to provide them with the skills to be able to participate in their community and life successfully.
Langdon College provides educational provision for young people aged 16-25 who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and/or Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND). The College focuses on allowing their young people to be as independent as possible and to provide them with the skills to be able to participate in their community and life successfully.
The Curriculum covers a large range of Subjects and Qualifications, for example:
- Maths & English (Up to GCSE Level)
- Employability Skills
- Independence Skills
- Work Placement
The Curriculum is delivered by qualified teachers, teaching assistants and support staff who have many years’ experience of working with young people with SEND. Students are taught in small class sizes with appropriate levels of support and are encouraged to be as independent as they can be.
As well as high quality teaching and support staff, the College also has in-house, an extremely talented Speech and Language Therapist and can also provide Occupational Therapy.
Happiness in Judaism is considered an important value and is something that Langdon College aim to achieve with all of their students. As such they are registered under the supervision of the Manchester Beth Din and have a shomer who visits the College each morning to monitor the Kashrut of their kitchen.
Judaism underpins the themes and planning of all the curriculum. Rabbi Bergson who works at Langdon College is responsible for these aspects of the students’ college experience.
Come and visit Langdon College on Sunday 9th February 2020 1pm – 4pm – יום ראשון ה- 9 בפברואר – where you will have the opportunity to have a tour of the facilities, meet with their qualified staff and gain further insight into the provision on offer.
Langdon College מכללת לנגדון
9 Leicester Avenue שדרת לסטר 9
M7 4HA M7 4HA