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19 to 25 years: Education transition planning

All students with SEN, with or without EHC plans should be able to make a successful transition into adult life with the right support and preparation, including guidance on employment, independent living and playing an active part in the wider world. Further Education Colleges have access to specialist skills to support the learning of all students with SEN. There may be opportunities for students to attend foundation provision or attend mainstream FE college departments where they can access Higher Education and higher level Further Education with the possibility of additional… More

All students with SEN, with or without EHC plans should be able to make a successful transition into adult life with the right support and preparation, including guidance on employment, independent living and playing an active part in the wider world.

Further Education Colleges have access to specialist skills to support the learning of all students with SEN. There may be opportunities for students to attend foundation provision or attend mainstream FE college departments where they can access Higher Education and higher level Further Education with the possibility of additional support, if required.

See the Learning and Training part of the Preparing for Adulthood section for further information. 

You can also find more information in our moving on in education guide.

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The Local Offer for Children & Young People with SEND and their families