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White Rocks Farm

White Rocks Farm College is a small specialist centre offering vocational BTEC courses for students who have additional educational needs.  Our main unit caters for the 14-16 year old age group.  We also have a 16 plus vocational unit and additionally we can cater for students of 19 plus who are not yet ready for work.

Who to contact

01732 761888 / 07778156513
White Rocks Farm

Where to go

White Rocks Farm
TN15 0SL

When is it on?

Session Information
Term 1 28 days 07/09/20 – 22/10/20 (Half Term 26 st - 30th October 2019) Term 2 28 days 02/11/20 – 17/12/20 (Christmas holiday 21st Dec 2020 - 3 rd January 2021) Term 3 24 days 04/01/21 – 11/02/21 (Half Term 15 t h - 19th February 2021) Term 4 24 days 22/02/21 – 01/04/21 (Easter Holidays 05th – 23rd April 2021) Term 5 23 days 19/04/21 – 27/05/21 (Half Term 31stMay - 04th June 2021) (Bank Holiday 3rd May) Term 6 16 days 07/06/21 – 01/07/21 (Summer holiday 1 st July- September 2021)

Other Details

Cost details
Please see website for information
Age Range
16plus and 19plus

 Our main unit caters for the 14-16 year old age group.  We also have a 16 plus vocational unit and additionally we can cater for students of 19 plus who are not yet ready for work.

Age Range
19-25Ages 16-18,
Autism, Behaviour and learning, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Communication and interaction, Language difficulty, Learning difficulty,

Local Offer

Local Offer Disabilities
Learning difficulty
Language difficulty
Behavioural, emotional and social development
Communication and interaction
Behaviour and learning
Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11-16 years)
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type
Special school

Special Needs Support

All students that attend are referred by KCC and have EHCP’s identifying their SEN

Termly reports are sent home to parents/carers and annual reviews are held yearly in addition to frequent communication in person or via telephone if needed.


Student centred teaching strategies are used, learning is differentiated and supported in line with individual needs 

Additional support is offered in the form of  1:1 tuition if appropriate, small group work, on-going reviews, functional skills tuition, modular curriculum intervention, SaLT trained staff, 1:1 and group art therapy depending on needs.

Progress is monitored through reading and spelling assessments, functional skills assessment (diagnostics) summative assessments (end of year assessments to record what stills need to improve)

Formative assessments (continuous though unit work and moderation/ IV samples to ensure students more forward)

All students that attend are SEN,  so all trips and off-site visits required are suitable and relevant for all, and carried out in small numbers.

Due to our location and terrain, we are not suitable for wheel chair users. 

Transition days are arranged, as are visits to meet and greet staff arranged and encouraged in advance, time to talk sessions to discuss concerns are also implemented and available on request.

The setting assesses overall effectiveness by student progress and development in conjunction with the board of governors which also consists of a parent/carer representative and Pearson’s / Asdan awarding bodies independent reviews.

If considering a place at the provision your SEN case officer should be contacted in the first instance followed by our office manager or head of provision to arrange a viewing when suitable.

We can manage feedback verbally in person, or via email either directly or care of the governing body and care of the main contact at the provision. 

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