At Brockenhurst College we are a general Further Education college offering a wide range of courses that are both academic and vocational. We provide courses ranging from entry-level learning to Level 3, enabling student progression to Higher Education and/or employment. We also have provision for young people with complex needs at our new Foundation and Independence Hub. Importantly, Hub admissions are funded in agreement with Hampshire County Council.
Please remember that we accept applications from people with additional needs at all levels. The application deadline for learners in receipt of an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) is Friday 24 May 2024.
Our longstanding and varied experience with SEND students means we understand that forming good relationships with parents/carers, local authorities and other agencies is key to achieving positive outcomes.
To help you navigate our Local Offer, we have broken it down into question-led sections. Please see below.
Processes including funding:
Transitioning to Brock:
Support to maintain overall wellbeing:
Specialist services and staff training:
Tracey Miller – Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Manager (for queries around learning in receipt of an EHCP) – firstname.lastname@example.org
SEND Administrator – LDD@brock.ac.uk
Deborah Cuffe – Head of Curriculum (Additional Learning Support) – email@example.com
Nicky Cully – LSA Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Fisher – Head of Curriculum (Foundation Studies and Independence Hub) – email@example.com
Sarah Dudley – Foundation Studies Administrator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Melville – Pastoral and Welfare Manager – email@example.com
Ruth Harrison – Safeguarding and Welfare Lead (designated teachers for looked after children) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Griffiths – Finance and Welfare Officer – email@example.com