Why Landmarks?

Many things make Landmarks special…

Here are just a few:

  • Small, supportive yet challenging environment
  • High quality personal tutor and learning support
  • Specialist teaching staff
  • Destination-led planning ensures an ongoing focus on working towards a positive transition from Landmarks
  • Planned liaison with relevant external agencies to secure transition outcomes
  • Highly individualised planning to meet specific needs
  • Excellent provision to learn in realistic and practical activities – we don’t just talk about it, we do it!
  • A variety of land-based and traditional programmes and courses from Entry Level to Level 2
  • Functional Independence, Communication, English, Maths and ILT underpin all learning
  • Good range of community engagement and enrichment activities
  • Integral work experience opportunities
  • Specialist, multi-disciplinary support – e.g. Dyslexia, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Advocacy, Counselling

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