The Cheadle College is committed to supporting the learning of all students and strives to be an inclusive college. We therefore offer a comprehensive Learning Support programme.
What is Learning Support?
- Learning support is the additional support that a student may require if they are to learn effectively.
- Learning Support refers to a learning support programme that addresses an assessed, specific learning need.
- Learning Support is intended to help students cope with the demands of their chosen programme of study and demands of college life.
What are the aims of Learning Support?
- To make the learning demands of courses more explicit and to make learning skills development a conscious and integral part of course provision
- To help individual students to cope more effectively with the study skill demands of their courses.
- To improve student performance on course and in examinations by providing specialist support and arrangements that meet individual need.
- To enable all students to be included in the learning opportunities of the college.
- To share specialist strategies (including use of ILT) that are relevant to needs identified and enhance learning potential whilst promoting independent learning.
Information about our Learning Support College Offer
- Learning Support
Click: Learning Support Information – School Offer – 2020/21
Provision for students with learning difficulties and disabilities:
Click: CHOICES – Information – School-Offer – 2020/21
- Stockport Local Authority Local Offer