The future for students

Young man with teaching assistant learning in class

 

St Martin’s is committed to supporting young people to achieve positive outcomes from their time at the college.

Each student is considered as an individual and their abilities taken into account.

Individual Vocational profiles are used as a framework for developing and describing work related learning for each student.

There is a Work Related Learning Plan which reflects our approach to WRL across the curriculum and Pathways A, B and C and clarifies the activities our students will be involved in.

Pathway A students who have a sensory based curriculum who will have opportunities to experience different types of work e.e. enterprise, cookery, horticulture etc. They will not have discrete work related learning lessons.

Pathway B students who are pre-entry 1 have Work Related Learning on their timetables and have opportunities for internal and external work placements as appropriate,

Pathway C students who are Entry level 1-3/Level 1 students have WRL on their timetables and have opportunities for internal and external work placements.

We have linked with Change Now and Talentino to improve opportunities for internal and external work placements.

Our Careers Leader is Juliette Oliver and she can be contacted on admin@stroses.org.uk.