Bridging the gap between school and independence for Jewish people aged 16-25 with learning disabilities, we offer education and skills to empower every young adult to fulfil their potential, to prepare for employment and to play a meaningful role in society. We operate within the framework of the Jewish calendar and Jewish values.
The college is a safe and controlled environment. Kisharon’s religious and cultural ethos plays a key role and COVID safety measures are in place. Numeracy and literacy are embedded within all sessions.
- To celebrate the diversity of multi-talented young people
- To encourage, engage and motivate learning
- To reward a range of learning styles and contexts
- To develop skills for learning, employment and living
- To make learning relevant and transferable
- To promote active and experiential learning
- ICT skills
- Work experience
- Travel training
- Employability skills
- Health and wellbeing
- Preparation for Independence
Excursions offer students a chance to put classroom knowledge into practice in a safe and controlled environment. We visit local libraries, supermarkets and the police station on foot or by public transport.
College students enjoy modern facilities and a state-of-the-art computer room at Childs Hill Library, NW2 and at Langdon College in Edgware.
9am – 3.45pm Monday to Thursday
9am – noon Friday