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Itchen College is a successful open access Sixth Form College with a high regard for its students. Offering over 40 level 3 courses and a substantial level 2 programme, Itchen achieves superb results across the board - in 2004, over 70 courses across the curriculum recorded 100% pass rates and A-B grade pass rate at A level of 42.9%. The Chief Ofsted Inspector, David Bell, described Itchen as being 'particularly successful' in his 2004 national report. ...Read more

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Itchen College's SEN provision is tailored to each individual learner - we do not run separate courses. The data shown below shows the kinds of special needs which we can deal with or have experience of. If we show that we can deal with a need suitable provision is available. All students are screened on admission to ensure that relevant support is available to all our students.


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