All The Support You Need To Succeed

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At our College there is a team of people to keep you focussed on achieving your goals and support you personally when it comes to your health, your wellbeing, your finances and your studies.

English and maths are essential for success, whatever level you are at we can help you develop your skills. From entry level to GCSE we will help you get the qualifications you need to succeed.

Personal Tutors
All our learners have an assigned Personal Tutor. Your Personal Tutor will be a friendly member of the team who you can approach for help and advice throughout the course. You'll work with your Personal Tutor on your individual learning plan and set stretching but achievable goals to ensure you reach your full potential.

Careers Advice
The College's independent Advice and Guidance Team is on hand to offer support and advice to help you take the next step after College whether that's another course at SACC, a job or an apprenticeship or higher education.

We can help you with job application forms, advice on interview techniques and support you to make the transition to your next course or employment.

Additional Learning Support
We have a team of experience Learning Support tutors who provide a range of support for specific learning difficulties. The support is based on your individual needs to make sure it's just right for you and will help you achieve your full potential.

If you feel that additional learning support would help you during your studies it's essential that you let us know at the application stage so we can be ready to support you at the start of the course.

Feel Safe
We want all our learners to feel safe at College. There will always be someone to talk to and who will listen if ever you have concerns or worries about home or at college.

Equality For All
SACC is committed to equality, inclusion and accessibility. The College has an open and welcoming environment for all who have a physical or learning disability or other mental health issues. We recognise the right of all learners to be treated equally regardless of disability.

All reasonable adjustments will be made to provision to ensure disabled learners are not disadvantaged. In addition we also offer a range of courses for young people and adults with learning disabilities. For more information call 01702 445710 and speak to the College's independent Advice and Guidance Team.


We are core members of The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA), it was founded Anti-Bullying Allianceby the NSPCC and the National Children's Bureau in 2002. ABA brings together a wide range of national organisations with the aim of reducing bullying and creating safer environments, in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.