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Beaumont College is an exciting and vibrant place to learn.


Beaumont College offers both residential and day programmes in Lancaster, while our satellite services offer individuals a learning programme that is delivered closer to home. All of our College sites offer programmes for young people aged between 18 and 25 with a broad range of physical and/or learning disabilities.

At Beaumont College we work as one team to make a difference in the lives of our students. Our aim is to enable students to take responsibility for their own lives in whichever form this takes. Students are encouraged to do some very exciting, adventurous activities that they may have always wanted to try. Our team do all they can to help students realise their dreams in the safest way possible.


Students are offered a variety of specialist support from highly trained staff including:

  • Tutors
  • Learning support workers
  • Keyworkers
  • Support staff
  • Speech and language therapists (communication)
  • Speech and language therapist (Dysphagia) & Dietitian
  • Behavioural specialist, and staff trained in TEACCH principles and within the Institute for Applied Behaviour Analysis(IABA) approach
  • Physio and Occupational therapists
  • IT support and guidance
  • Community links
  • College nurses

Beaumont is a friendly place where Students can develop interests and gradually gain the skills and confidence they need to move on to the next stage of their lives.

Our inter-disciplinary team work together with our students to increase independence to enable students to take more control over their lives.

Students contribute to the running of the college through the very active Student Union, student working groups and representation at Governors’ meetings.

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" We can not believe the change in our son since he started at Beaumont College. His speech and understanding have come on leaps and bounds. In a very short space in time he has developed from a little boy totally dependent on Mum and Dad into a independent young man able to make his own decisions...
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Beaumont College
Slyne Road

Phone 01524 541400

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