How can SERC help me with my studies?
Clare is on the autistic spectrum. A member of the learning support team met with her and her mum before she finished school to plan her support arrangements so that she did not feel anxious about her transition to SERC. Claire’s teachers were made aware of how best to help her and she was provided with one to one support from a specialist support worker. It did not take long for her motivation and confidence to grow.
Addressing Special Educational Need
SERC complies fully with the requirements of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Order (2005) and works to ensure that the College’s services are accessible to all. In doing so the College carries out its SENDO responsibilities in a way that ensures that the dignity and respect of the student is central to process so that barriers to learning are effectively identified and minimised.
SERC is delighted to be working with AccessAble to bring their access guides for the various campuses. SERC is confident that all of their students, staff and visitors will benefit from the detailed access guides, which will provide a graphical summary of the campus accessibility using access icons, together with highly detailed information in relation to each of the key features of each campusVisit Our AccessAble Organisation Page
Frequently asked questions
To save you from having to phone up and enquire about common topics we have created this frequently asked questions area.
Welcome to SERC SU
Watch this message from our SERC SU teams and explore how they support our students across all campuses.