Bankside College works very closely with parents, carers, and other stakeholders to ensure that students’ targets and outcomes are met.
Before all students start college, we ensure they have time to transition from school or other providers by completing a statement of need and baseline assessment.
Parent / carer contact is crucial and we ensure that parents are informed of progress through various methods, including telephone calls, half termly reports and regular information.
As Bankside College is part of the wider Options Autism group, we also offer services in education, care, fostering and residential settings. Click here to find out more about Options Autism.
As part of the initial assessment process, skilled advisors will explore all options including residential, semi-independent and independent living.
Bankside College also works very closely with local authorities to ensure that Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) procedures are followed, and all appropriate parties are invited to EHCP annual reviews for input and contribution.
For more information on how to register a place please contact:
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone : 07932873691
The Options Autism Team have created a series of helpsheets offering advice and guidance for social workers, carers and professionals of autistic children and young people.Helpsheets