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Landmarks Specialist College

Summary
Landmarks is proud to deliver high-quality specialist education and support that aims to maximise our learner’s life opportunities.


Description

Landmarks is proud to deliver high-quality specialist education and support that aims to maximise our learner’s life opportunities.

Landmarks has a proud reputation of designing individualised education and support programmes for young people with additional needs, supporting them to achieve their life goals be that; employment, higher education and/or day services. We aim to ensure that our learners’ lives are impacted positively as a result of learning at Landmarks.

Learners applying with an EHCP will be invited for a personalised assessment day at the Landmarks site of their choice. This gives them the opportunity to experience College life allowing our Assessment Team to discuss whether an individuals needs can be met and which Pathway is most suitable.

Please visit www.landmarks.ac.uk/how-to-apply for more details about our assessment process or call our Learner Recruitment Team.

Our curriculum is mostly practical enabling us to provide education in environments that require learners to be good workers, undertake real jobs and learn what the world of work is like and how rewarding doing a good job can be.

We believe learners engage more if they are placed in control of activities, not watching from a side-line. This control helps learners to develop a series of life skills; independence, self-reliance, choice-making and communication. So, you will see our learners running our farm, pub, bistro, online shops and market stalls. We also believe these are far more interesting because our learner engagement is outstanding.

Learners at Landmarks also benefit from integrated Speech & Language and Occupational Therapists who work closely with staff, learners and their families to ensure maximum impact from learning at Landmarks.

Landmarks works across the East Midlands, South Yorkshire and beyond, taking education into our learner’s home communities because it is important that they learn how to access the community they are going to live in, not the one next to the College. It is vital because learners can then begin to create productive adult lives by accessing their community facilities such as; gyms, clubs, pubs, libraries and activity centres.

We offer three main Pathways which we feel frame learner programmes of study well:

Further Education Choices has been designed to support 16 to 18-year olds to transition from school into college and inspire them to think about what is important to their future.

This Pathway is for individuals who are ready to start College but need a little more time on deciding what they are wanting to do in the future.

Developing Independence allows our learners to realise their potential by becoming as independent as possible. We work closely with learners, families, support services, therapists and tutors to determine what independence skills we need to focus on to prepare learners for their next stage in life. This includes improving communication, travelling on the bus, taking care of themselves in the home, managing money, making friends - creating a week’s worth of activities meaning they aren’t sat at home too much when they leave.

Learners also benefit from this Pathway by having the chance to achieve qualifications in Functional Skills, Employability Skills and Skills for Working Life.

Employability offers learners the opportunity to work in real working environments, with real employers so that they can develop a true understanding of what work involves. We also provide opportunities for learners to develop their vocational knowledge and skills, so that they can focus on accessing certain sectors; animal studies, horticulture, hospitality and catering to name a few.  

Placements are supported with job coaches who will help the learners to become independent and work to industry standards. 

Alongside their work placements, learners will have the chance to achieve their maths, English, ICT and other relevant vocational qualifications that they wish to complete.

If you want a job, you need to decide what you really like doing or know what you want to do – then this is the Pathway for you. We have our own dedicated recruitment agency, called WayFinder who work with you all the way and our success rate is much higher than the national average year-on-year.

Landmarks are so keen you stay in work; you can come back to us for up to three years after leaving if there is a problem at work. We will work with you to help resolve issues or secure further employment.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Learner Recruitment
Telephone
01246 433788
E-mail
recruitment@landmarks.ac.uk
Website
https://www.wayfinderrecruitment.co.uk
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/LandmarksSpecialistCollege
Twitter
https://twitter.com/landmarkssc?lang=en

Where to go

Name
Landmarks Specialist College
Address
Littlemoor House
Littlemoor
Eckington
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
Postcode
S21 4EF
Notes

We also have satellite provisions at:-

Apperknowle Farm - High Street, Apperknowle, Dronfield S18 4BD 

The Archer - Warsop Road, Rainworth NG21 0AG Tel: 01623 793102 

Nottingham House - 7 Clarendon Street, Nottingham, NG1 5HS

Milestone House - Rawmarsh Road, Rotherham, S60 1RU

The Coach House - 2 North Road, West Bridgford Nottingham, NG2 7NG

WayFinder - 43 Market Street, Eckington S21 4EG Tel: 01246 768388


When is it on?

Time / Date Details
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Time of day
Afternoon
Morning
Days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access
Yes
Cater for special dietary requirements
Yes
Supports special needs and disabilities
Yes
Special needs and disabilities experience
Speech, Language & Communication needs
Down's Syndrome
Visual impairment
Multi-Sensory Impairment
Dyslexia
Hearing impairment
Cerebral Palsy
No diagnosis yet
Social, emotional and mental health needs
Medical Needs or long term illness
ADD/ADHD
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulty
Severe Learning Difficulty
Moderate Learning Difficulty
Physical Disability/Mobility Issues
Able to accommodate other cultures/ethnicities
Yes

Other Details

Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Please contact Learner Recruitment 01246 433788 or email recruitment@landmarks.ac.uk to discuss further.

Facilities
  • IndoorOutdoor Play
  • Quiet Area
  • Days out/visits
  • Catering facilities
  • Outdoor play/equipment
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Parking
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Changing facilities
  • Sensory Room
  • Garden
  • Secure setting
  • ICT Facilities
  • Pets
  • Visual aids
  • Transport

Miscellaneous

Charity Number
1047557

Local Offer

Links
Landmarks Specialist College
WayFinder Recruitment Agency
The Archer
Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
SEN Provision Type
Specialist

General Extended Local Offer Response

Eligibility criteria for your service and any priority groups 

Transition planning starts at application and is individualised to meet each learner's requirements. We design a learning programme around what each learner is planning for their lives after Landmarks.

If you would like to apply for a place at Landmarks College we suggest you come for a visit, you will then need to complete an application form. Once we receive your form an assessment will be organised. This will help the College determine which pathway is best for you, as well as ensuring that your needs can be met whilst at College.


Last Updated
03/12/2020
Keywords
College, specialist college, specialist education, SEND, independence, employment, life skills, further education, disability, opportunities, horticulture, animal care, horse, care hospitality and catering, retail, employability, supported internship
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