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Special Education Needs
The Learning Support concept we promote at Woking College is one of a “scaffolding nature”. This, we feel, enables students to perform to their full potential alongside all other students. The Drop-in Centre, where one-to-one and small group timetabled lessons take place, is adjoining the main Learning Resource Area of the College and is available for students to use throughout the week. At present, we support approximately 70 students whose needs include those categorised under: Visual Impairment, Dyslexia, Physical Needs, Study Skills, Dyspraxia, Asperger’s Syndrome, ESOL, Hearing Impairment and Klinefelter’s Syndrome. These categories are sometimes helpful in communicating needs, yet are to be avoided if they stereotype potential or current students. At Woking, we pride ourselves on an inclusive caring community and deal with individuals on a personal level, wherever possible.