Activate Learning (Further Education College Group)

Type of service:
Post 16 Education Providers
Address:
Oxfordshire
Telephone number:
0800 612 6008
Service description:

Activate Learning is an education and training group based in Oxford. It runs schools, further education (FE) colleges, and work-based training across Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Surrey.

Banbury and Bicester College
Offers SEND programmes and 14–16 programmes
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: BanburySEND@activatelearning.ac.uk 

Bracknell and Wokingham College
Offers SEND programmes and 14–16 programmes
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: BracknellSEND@activatelearning.ac.uk 

City of Oxford College
Offers SEND programmes and 14–16 programmes
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: OxfordSEND@activatelearning.ac.uk 

Farnham College
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: enquiries@activatelearning.ac.uk

Guildford College
Offers SEND programmes and 14–16 programmes
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: GuildfordSEND@activatelearning.ac.uk 

Merrist Wood College
Offers SEND programmes and 14–16 programmes
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: GuildfordSEND@activatelearning.ac.uk 

Reading College
Offers SEND programmes and offers 14–16 programmes
Provides support for learners with SEND
Email: ReadingSEND@activatelearning.ac.uk 

A Specialist Autism (ASC) Service is available at Bracknell, Oxford, and Reading. For more information, see Activate Learning's Supported Learning Courses Information Guide 2021–22 (PDF 3.72MB). Alternatively, email karen.evans@activatelearning.ac.uk.

Post-16 Travel Assistance:

Students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) who require transport to and from college are advised to contact the college directly for further information. Any eligibility for transport for those with SEND will be in accordance with the Local Authority's Post-16 Travel Policy. Click here for more information.

Cost:
Contact provider for cost details
Age range:
14 years - 99 years
Eligibility criteria:
  • Age - School (5-18)
  • Age - Adulthood (18-25)
Referral route:
  • No referral needed
Last updated on:
01/07/2021