Transition support for students coming to 六合彩资料站

We have dedicated Transition Co-ordinators for people who:

  • have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
  • attend a Specialist School or Alternative Learning Provision.
  • come from the Pupil Referral Unit.
  • have been in Hospital Education, Home Education or have been out of education.

If you’d like support from our transition team during your move to college, please get in touch by phone or email. We are here to help and would love to hear from you.

A guide to support for you and your learning at 六合彩资料站

This guide provides details about how our Transition Team can help you on your move to college.

Download the guide: A guide to support for you and your learning at 六合彩资料站 (PDF).

Jessica Cochrane, SEND Transition Coordinator

0117 312 5392
transition@cityofbristol.ac.uk

Contact Jessica if you:

  • attend a mainstream or special school.
  • if you have ASD or are a wheelchair user.
  • if need personal care or specialist equipment.

Sally Nuttall, ALP Transition Coordinator

0117 312 5286
transition@cityofbristol.ac.uk

Contact Sally if you:

  • are home educated.
  • attend an alternative learning provision.
  • attend Hospital Education.
  • attend a pupil referral unit.
  • are not currently in education.

You may also have special educational needs and/or an EHCP.

Our college centres and facilities

To help you get ready for college, you can take a virtual tour of the college centres that host our Skills for Life and Employment courses.

For more information about courses, please visit our additional learning support page.

South Bristol Skills Academy

South Bristol Skills Academy (SBSA) in Hengrove hosts Progression into Independence and Pathways courses. It has great facilities for learners, including a quieter space that students can access during their free time.

More of our facilities can be seen on the SBSA virtual tour 鈥 be sure to click on the information points to find out more.

Ashley Down Centre

The Ashley Down Centre hosts our Sensory, Progression into Independence and Pathways courses. The courses cater for students with a wide range of support needs.

The facilities include a Sensory base, with a fully accessible sensory room and brand new immersive classroom. The centre also has a quiet room for students who prefer to spend their free time in a calm environment.

More of our facilities can be seen on this .

How to access learning support

You can talk to us about your support needs at any time. This includes before you apply to college, at enrolment or during your course. We’ll be happy to help.



Transition Form for Additional Support

Transition Form for Additional Support

Transition Form for Additional Support

Completed By:(Required)

Potential Student Information

Name:(Required)
Please include: Gender at birth- Gender identifies as- Preferred pronouns
Home Address(Required)
Has the Potential Student Attended 六合彩资料站 'Early College'?(Required)
Has the Potential Student Been to BIP/FAP or a Managed Move? (Please Detail):(Required)
Risk Assessment?(Required)
Diagnostic Evidence?(Required)
Financial Support Required?(Required)
EHCP?(Required)
Child in Care?(Required)
PEP Review?(Required)
Care Leaver?(Required)
CPP or CIN?(Required)
From your knowledge of this young person, have there been any concerns regarding (Please tick and provide detail in the box below):(Required)
Agency Involvement:(Required)
Learning Difficulty and/or Disability (Tick all that apply)(Required)
Do They Have EAA for Year 11 Exams?(Required)
Is the young person aware that if they do not achieve a 4 in English and Maths, they will need to complete either a GCSE (Grade 3 result) or Functional Skills (Grade 2 result or below) alongside their chosen course at college?(Required)
Do they (or the learning provider) feel that this will be an issue?(Required)

Current Educational Provision – Please Detail All That are Relevant to This Young Person

Consent to share information – The Learning Support Service will retain this document to inform teaching and support staff of your support needs. The information that you have provided will be treated as personal sensitive data in accordance with GDPR. We will only retain this information for as long as it is needed for the purpose of your support. To ensure that you are fully supported, we will need to share information about you with teaching staff and support staff. We will limit the information shared to the minimum necessary for the provision of support. You have the right to refuse or withdraw your consent for us to share your information at any time. You can do this by emailing transition@cityofbristol.ac.uk.

Where to find us