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Colleges and sixth forms

Mainstream colleges and sixth forms

Our mainstream and academy schools offer a special educational needs and disability provision.

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Specialist school sixth forms

Both Beacon Hill and Woodlawn schools offer specialist sixth form provision.

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Mainstream colleges

Tyne Metropolitan College offers a special educational needs provision.

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There are also mainstream colleges in Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Northumberland and Sunderland.

ESPA college (Autism)

ESPA College provides residential and day education for young people between the ages of 16 and 25 with an Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC).

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Cambian Dilston College (Learning disabilities)

Cambian Dilston provides education and care for learners with moderate to severe learning disabilities and complex needs. Learners with a wide range of needs and abilities are supported to prepare for adult life.

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Nunnykirk School (Dyslexia)

Nunnykirk is a non-maintained special school for children and young people with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia), dyspraxia, dyscalculia and associated difficulties. The 6th form supports pupils up to the age of 18 years.

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Percy Hedley College

Percy Hedley College is a specialist further education and training provider for young people with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities. They offer specialist individual programmes to develop communication, independence and employability skills.

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Thornbeck College (North East Autism Society)

Thornbeck College is an independent specialist college for individuals with autism, learning difficulties and disabilities aged 16-25 years.

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