We are committed to demonstrating equality of opportunity and mutual respect and positively encourage all of our students to achieve the best they can.
We have many ways to help students with specific needs to settle into college. Our modern £28 million campus has been designed with accessibility for disabled visitors and students in mind.
Helping you learn
A dedicated Focus Centre provides regular one-to-one support to those with specific learning difficulties or disabilities.
The Focus Centre team also help all students with any learning problems, ranging from planning and writing essays to time management.
For more information on the support offered and to view details of Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form College Local Offer please use the following link: SJD Local Offer Page
Helping everyone settle in
The College’s mentoring service involves volunteer trained Year 13 students whose job it is to help new students to settle in to College life. It’s based on the idea that people often learn best from those who are a few steps further down the road they wish to travel.
The College has a number of policies and procedures which support and promote Equality and Diversity.
For details about these policies and procedures or further information please contact the College directly.