At Totton College, we have a long history of providing a supportive and nurturing environment for learners with all abilities and ages.

We pride ourselves in treating students as valued individuals and recognising their needs and abilities to enable them to achieve their ambitions. Our team support students throughout their academic career, preparing them for higher levels of study or employment.

Age groups

14+, 16-18, 19+, Educational needs

Our courses

We want our learners to achieve independence and the skills they need for the career, which they aspire to have. That is why our courses are designed with employability in mind, teaching the life skills required, in the context of the working environment. Covering a broad range of subjects, we offer courses in:

  • Social enterprise
  • Personal progression
  • Every day living
  • Independence and social skills
  • Supported internships
  • Transition skills

General vocational studies – contact us

Various levels

Transition courses – contact us

Various levels

All our Skills for Life programmes are supported by trained and experienced lecturers and learning assistants. Delivered in a safe and nurturing environment, students are able to continue their education after leaving school.

Extracurricular activities and enrichment

We believe in students receiving an enriching experience when they come to college. Being involved in activities outside of studying not only develops their social skills but also supports their overall wellbeing.

Totton College and Chelsea FC Foundation have a long history in supporting students with special educational needs (SEND). As part of our association with Chelsea FC, the Chelsea FC Foundation will deliver two training sessions per week to develop our SEND student’s football skills and fitness.

All SEND leaners are eligible for this activity, and we actively encourage those who have an interest in sport to participate.

Our Specialist Education needs department also host a wide variety of activities for charity fundraising and as part of work experience. Students are able to learn new skills such as baking, hospitality, sales and gardening. We actively encourage students to work in small groups to build their confidence and make new friends.

What can I do next?

With your qualification, you can take a related course at a higher level or apply for a work placement in a related work area.

Why choose Totton College?

Our SEND provision is tailored to cater to those learners with a wide range of personal and educational needs. We have an experienced and qualified team, which includes:

  • Qualified nurse
  • Trained personal care assistants
  • Speech and language therapists
  • Specialists in mental health and learning support
  • Physiotherapists

We work closely with the local community, NHS Solent Trust and Hampshire County Council to ensure a high standard of education, as well as provide specialist therapies for students who have particular needs.

How to apply

For those interested in applying for one of our courses, you can download our application form on our how to apply page.

If you would like to find out more about our services and courses, or wish to have a consultation to discuss your requirements, please contact:

Carol Palmer
Faculty Manager
Tel: 023 8087 4874
Email: info@totton.ac.uk