School Links Programmes 2021/2022

General Information Taster sessions and group tours are offered to support students to make appropriate decisions. Each student will be interviewed in the same format as a full-time mainstream student; this will also include an assessment in English and Maths where applicable.

Kit and equipment needs

Students will need to be equipped for each lesson and attend with appropriate stationery. Where stated at the interview, students may also need to attend College in specific clothing (Personal Protective Equipment). Sports clothing is also required for practical sports sessions. Mentoring students Partners are encouraged to accompany learners in College for entry level and Level 1 programmes or have a member of staff on site. School Learning Support Assistants are welcome for individual students and would need to be assessed through College policies beforehand. College standards All students must always sign the College standards agreement and wear their identification badge whilst on College premises. Learners will not be asked to leave College if they fail to produce their ID card, however, failure to comply will lead to disciplinary action. A Support for Change process is in place to manage student disciplinary issues. The programme has a designated Senior Tutor who will liaise with Course Managers/ Schools/Parents.

Assessment information Assessment across all courses is

modular* and students will be expected to complete a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates completion of all tasks and assignments at the correct level of study. These portfolios are assessed both internally and externally. In some cases there is scope for distance/remote learning via our Google suite.

*Some courses may contain an examination.

4 HSDC Schools Links Programmes 2020-21

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