Disabilities and additional needs

We are committed to extending learning opportunities and facilities to all members of the community.

Our disability statement:

If you have a disability or difficulty such as:

  • blindness or visual impairment
  • deafness or hearing impairment
  • disability affecting mobility
  • other physical disability
  • mental health issues
  • dyslexia or other specific learning difficulty
  • general learning difficulties

We will do our best to support you and make your learning experience a positive one.

Which venues are accessible?

We base this guidance on information provided to us by venues. We do our best to keep it up to date but we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Please inform us if you find any of it to be incorrect.

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