Following the announcement from the Government that face-to-face teaching can commence from 8 March, we are working hard to plan for the return of students onsite. Please visit our Coronavirus Update page to keep up to date on our plans to welcome students back to campus.
At HSDC we are committed to providing meaningful and inspirational opportunities for young people with additional needs which meet the four outcomes outlined by Preparing for Adulthood:
Our current provision is being enhanced this year as we are excited to announce that we have been awarded Hampshire SEND Employability Hub status.
The aim of the hub is to provide opportunities for Hampshire young people with an Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) to become ready for employment in a safe and supportive environment, encouraging future independence both socially and financially. We are looking to take on a cohort of Year 11 students through a specialist, individualised programme where the outcome is paid employment.
The programme will last between one and three years and will be closely connected to our existing Supported Internship programme offering individual long term work placements, job coaching and extra specialist qualifications as required.
If you are interested in applying to be on our SEND Employability Programme then please contact Helen Robinson for an informal chat.