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Sheiling College

Sheiling College is part of the Sheiling Special Educational Trust, which is a registered charity and non-profit making company. 

Sheiling College is an Independent Specialist College for young adults aged 19-25 with severe learning difficulties, moderate learning difficulties, complex learning difficulties, autistic specturm conditions and communication difficulties. 

The college provides an inclusive, uplifting education and care environment that meets the needs of the whole person. These goals are at the heart of our provision and their attainment is assisted by the picturesque natural setting and the community style of Sheiling College. In the context of a safe and welcoming setting, learning experiences and opportunities are real-life based, all of which help Sheiling College to be an innovative and effective provider.

 

 Address
The Sheiling Ringwood
Horton Road
Ashley
Ringwood
Hampshire
Postcode
BH24 2EB
 Telephone
01425 482448
Fax
01425 479536
 E-mail
College.admissions@thesheilingringwood.co.uk
 Website
www.thesheilingringwood.co.uk/
Contact Name
Joanne Stevens
Contact Position
PA to Head of College and Administrator
Directions
See Journey Planner on right-hand side of this page, where you can view bus, car and train routes from your location.
Area coverage
Pan Dorset
Times Available:
24 Hour/Waking Day Curriculum
Availability:
Term time
Age:
From 19 years  to 25 years .
Costs:
Contact provider directly for costs
Special Provisions:
Visual impairment
Toileting Hygiene
ADHD
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Asthma
Behaviour, Emotional & Social Difficulty
Cerebral Palsy
Diabetes
Chromosome Deletion
Dyslexia
Downs Syndrome
Emotional needs
Eating and Drinking
Global Development Delay
Epilepsy
Hormone Deficiency
Hearing Impairment
Learning Difficulty
Speech, Language & Communication Needs
Physical Disability
Motor impairment
Multi-Sensory Impairment
Renal failure
Medical Condition, including Allergies
Septo-optic-dysplasia
Social Communication Difficulty
Severe dietary needs
Caters for Special Diets:
Special Diets can be provided for
Referral Criteria:
Via Looked After Children Teams
By Solicitor
Via Independent Living Team
Via School
Via Social Services
Via GP or other health professional
Via CAMHS
By Parents or Family
Referral Procedure:
Our admissions process normally firsts involves a visit by parents/carers for an informal discussion and tour of Sheiling College. If wishing to pursue a placement, parents will be asked to complete an application form. Senior members of the education and care staff from Sheiling College first assess the student at the student's school and/or home and then at an assessment visit to Sheiling College. The assessment visit to Sheiling College involves an overnight stay if the applicant is requesting a residential placement. Each placement is carefully and individually considered and the selection of students takes into account the needs of the existing students and the rural nature of our provision. 2 If it is determined by the Sheiling College Leadership Team that Sheiling College can meet the student's needs and that a place is a avaliable, then: • An assessment report will be written and submitted to the relevant local authority representative(s). • An offer of a placement at Sheiling College will be sent in writing to parents and a copy sent to the relevant local authority representative(s). • Fees will be calculated and submitted to the relevant local authority representative(s).
Languages Spoken:
English
British Sign Language
Description

Sheiling College is an Independent Specialist College for young adults aged 19-25 with severe learning difficulties, moderate learning difficulties, complex learning difficulties, autistic specturm conditions and communication difficulties. 

Links
https://www.thesheilingringwood.co.uk/.../our-local-offer

Are your staff DBS Approved?
Yes
Do you have a First Aid Policy?
Yes
Do you have Public Liability Insurance?
Yes