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Fullerton House College, South Yorkshire



School Details
School Crest
Tickhill Square,
Denaby,
Doncaster,
South Yorkshire,
United Kingdom,
DN12 4AR

Tel: +44 1709 861 663
Fax: +44 1709 8690635

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Founded:0

Head Teacher:
Richard Webster

Referrals Coordinator:
Gail Baldock

Age Range & Fees
Age
Range
18 - 25
Annual
Day Fees
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Annual Weekly
Boarding Fees
NA
 
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Annual Full
Boarding Fees
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Number of Pupils
School Boy
Boys
School Girl
Girls
0
Day
0
0
Full board
0
0
Weekly
0
NA
Total
NA
Number of Staff
Please contact school for more details on staff numbers
GCSE Pass Rate - age 16
At Grades A* to C
Pass Rate - age 18
courses are offered for age 18 exams
Higher Education
Pupils who went on to Higher Education or took Gap Year

Method of Entry:


None Listed
 

Scholarships & Bursaries:


None Listed

What we offer


  • Autistic Spectrum of Difficulties
  • Hearing Impairment (HI)
  • Visual Impairment (VI)
  • Dyslexia or Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)
  • Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
  • Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD)
  • Aspergers Syndrome
  • Epilepsy


This school operates 52 weeks in the year.
 
 
 

School Video



Head PhotoFullerton House College is a specialist residential college offering flexible education and care for up to 52 weeks per year for young adults aged 19 to 25. All people using the college have complex needs including behaviour that may challenge and a learning disability, often in association with autism.

We pride ourselves on offering a highly professional, 52-week a-year residential and educational provision for young adults. Our Independent Specialist College (ISC) is situated near Doncaster in South Yorkshire. Its central location provides easy access by road, rail or air.

The ISC's mission is to support young adults with their transition into adult life by focusing on their specific needs, capabilities and aspirations: prompting greater independence, developing life skills, highly personalised programmes and preparation for community living.

Becoming an adult, experiencing life changes, planning for the future and acquiring skills and knowledge for independence is a vital time in any young adults life. When that person also has complex needs requiring social, educational and health support, it becomes a time of complex planning, exploration and agreeing future directions and pathways. Recognising that people with learning disabilities may take longer to learn and make their transition into adult life, the Hesley Group have extended their services to meet the new regulatory entitlements of young adults up to 25 years of age and can now offer places within its Independent Specialist College provision.
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