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Orchard Hill College is an Outstanding Specialist college offering life-changing learning opportunities to students.

We have six vibrant college centres across London and Surrey where committed, specialist teams deliver a range of programmes to meet the needs of our students.

Students who study with us have a wide range of needs including:

  • Profound and multiple learning disabilities
  • Moderate learning difficulties
  • Physical and sensory impairments
  • Mental health and/or emotional difficulties
  • Communication and behavioural difficulties
  • Social and communication disorders e .g. Autistic Spectrum Disorders
  • Specific medical needs

All students are individual and each programme is as unique as they are. Our programmes are designed to support and empower each student to achieve their aspirations and goals, whilst developing skills to become more independent members of their community.

 

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

Latest News

Evelyn’s Crazy Hat and Hair Day Success

A student from Wyvern House has raised over £200 for Children in Need through a crazy hat and hair day. Children in Need is a charity close to Evelyn’s heart so she wanted to do something to support the cause …

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Anti-Bullying Week

Students from all centres participated in a range of activities for Anti-Bullying Week. Students took part in role plays, where they were able to act out different scenarios which may be perceived as bullying, they took part in an interactive …

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Great work from Mark, our Apprentice!

Mark is on a Customer Service Apprenticeship course with Orchard Hill College. Part of his role is working at reception and undertaking caretaker duties at Carew Academy. Mark has excelled in this role and is using his initiative to really …

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We will Remember!

Students from VPC, our centre in Carshalton have spent the last few weeks volunteering to make poppies for the local area. Whilst making the poppies, students were learning about Remembrance Day and discussing what it might mean to them. On …

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