Our Directions programme will develop your English and Maths skills, personal and social skills, and employability skills to help you progress to new directions! You can also get involved in work placements and enrichment opportunities to further develop your confidence and life skills, and have fun.
You'll study this subject full-time at Bede Campus and will have access to a dedicated area within an inclusive college environment, specialist staff, sensory room and garden, adaptable classrooms with specialist software and technology, full accessible environment, independent living skills kitchen and dedicated transport drop off point.
We work with a wide range of services to promote your progression including: Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Speech and Language Therapists, local schools, social care providers and local employers.
of our Directions students progressed to employment or further study.*
*Destination data, academic year 2016/17 (FT FE 16-18 students)
Dedicated area within an inclusive college environment.
Sensory room and garden.
Adaptable classrooms with specialist software and technology.
Independent living skills kitchen and accessible toilets and shower / wet room.
Dedicated transport drop off point.
Sunderland College student Pru Hubbard has brought home a bronze medal after competing at the Swim England Artistic Swimming National Championships.
October 7, 2021
The Director General for Higher Education and Further Education visited City Campus to discover more about our outstanding learning opportunities
September 27, 2021
Sunderland College has teamed up with Everyone Active to help young people take their first steps towards a career in the fitness and leisure industry
September 22, 2021