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Link 19 College

LINK19 College is a Specialist Post-19 Institution for 19 to 25 year old learners which offers full-time study programmes that provide individualised learning experiences.


We aim to increase the opportunities for employment and independent adulthood for a range of young adults with significant needs whose statutory education was within a specialist setting.


LINK19 College recognises that every individual is unique. Our aim is to provide support and set challenges for learners so that they can achieve, reach their potential and succeed.


We will develop learners academically, personally, socially and emotionally. We will provide flexible pathways, offering a range of accreditations adapted to meet each learners’ needs, while increasing their independence.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mrs Adele Swain
Contact Position
Our receptionist
Telephone
01322 629733
E-mail
enquiries@link19college.ac.uk
Website
https://www.link19college.ac.uk/

Where to go

Name
LINK19 College
Address
LINK Centre, Block H, NKC
Entrance via Dering Way
Kent
Postcode
DA12 2JJ

Other Details

Referral required?
Yes
Referral and availability notes

LINK19 College provides day placements that are funded by a Local Authority (LA). The admission of learners with EHCPs to Specialist Post-19 Institutions is a decision for the LAs who have statutory responsibility for arranging learners' provision were appropriate.

LINK19 College is based in Gravesham within North Kent College’s Campus, and therefore caters primarily, but not exclusively, for Kent Local Authority. Parents are encouraged to work closely with the LA representative at the start of the transition process, thus flagging potential admissions well in advance.

All places are subject to availability of funding and higher needs funding eligibility criteria. Staff at LINK19 College will assess learners who are referred in their existing provision (if possible) before their place is confirmed to ensure that the college is able to meet their needs. Formal risk assessments may be necessary to identify the medical or care needs of an individual learner in order to determine suitability and/or compatibility with the needs of existing learners.

Learners and their parents will be given the opportunity to visit the college before being admitted.

Age Range
19-25
Disablities:
Autism, Behaviour and learning, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Communication and interaction, Language difficulty, Learning difficulty, Physical disability, Physical sensory/medical, Profound, severe or complex, Severe learning difficulty,

Local Offer

Local Offer Disabilities
Learning difficulty
Physical disability
Language difficulty
Behavioural, emotional and social development
Severe learning difficulty
Communication and interaction
Autism
Physical sensory/medical
Profound, severe or complex
Behaviour and learning
Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
Medium
High
Low
SEN Provision Type
Special school

Special Needs Support

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