About us

We offer highly personalised education, health and care packages, based on individual needs and current circumstances. Our packages are designed and intended to support our young people to be better prepared for adulthood and to realise their true potential. 

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Beaumont College supports students with a broad range of physical and learning impairments for over forty years on a residential or day basis. We strive to offer opportunities to learn across five learning pathways:

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Sensory Communication Pathway

Students following this pathway will develop increased levels of engagement with a broader range of activities and people. Students will work towards outcomes to support their transition and a future quality of life. Tangible outcomes may include the development of anticipation, a willingness to explore, and participation in daily routines.

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Communication and Interaction

Students following this pathway will be supported to build upon emerging cognitive skills and formal expressive/receptive communication skills. Students will be working towards tangible outcomes which may include the development of turn taking, attention and listening, following simple instructions, and learning new vocabulary.

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Skills for Independent Living

Students following this pathway benefit from the support that comes from working in partnership with another person and/or specialist equipment. The activities in the pathway provide opportunities for the student to identify their preferred support approaches and trial a range of specialist support equipment to find what works best for them.

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Skills for Life and Work

This pathway will take the student through a mixed programme of activities that will enable them to prepare for living a more independent life and participate in community-based activity. They will learn new skills that maximise independence within familiar routines such as organisational skills, money handling, and personal safety.

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Access to Learning

This pathway involves preparation for the future opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of adulthood and work/ volunteering life. The pathway aims to facilitate the transition from college to training, employment, volunteering, or to continue in education. It focuses on preparing for future life choices through developing work and independence skills.

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Our mission

Students are offered a variety of specialist support from highly trained staff, working alongside our tutors.

This includes:

  • Learning support workers
  • Key workers
  • Student support workers
  • Speech and Language Therapists and Dietitians
  • Behavioural Specialist and staff trained in TEACCH principles and within the Institute for Applied Behaviour Analysis (IABA) approach
  • Physio and Occupational Therapists
  • IT and Assistive Technology support and guidance
  • Nurses
  • Qualified lecturers in PMLD
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… I have got nothing but compliments and good things to say about Beaumont College. I am delighted she’s in such a wonderful place with such wonderful people…

Our Locations

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Beaumont College Lancaster is our main site which offers both residential and day programmes in Lancaster for young people aged 18-25. 

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Beaumont College in Blackpool provides a person-centred curriculum to young people with physical and learning disabilities, ages 19 to 25.

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South Lakes

Beaumont College in Ulverston provides a person-centred curriculum to young people with physical and learning disabilities, aged 19 to 25 years.

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Beaumont College in Sussex is a newly set up satellite provision of Beaumont College. Our new satellite college in Sussex is based within the idyllic grounds of Ingfield Manor School. The setting is in Five Oaks, which is just outside of Billingshurst within West Sussex.

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Beaumont College in Carlisle provides a person-centred curriculum to young people with physical and learning disabilities, aged 19 to 25 years. Carlisle boasts some fabulous surroundings for our young people to explore.

Our team

At Beaumont we share a common passion for the work that we do and a deep commitment to supporting our students Beaumont to be the very best they can be, whatever their individual needs and challenges.

Angela Johnson

Angela Johnson


Tracey Lawther

Tracey Lawther

Assistant Principal Registered Manager Designated Safeguarding Lead

Julia Park

Julia Park

Assistant Principal Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Lauren Hill

Lauren Hill

Education Manager

Dave Crow

Dave Crow

Technology & Quality Manager

Sue Richards

Sue Richards

Business Manager

Beaumont College has a highly skilled, professional and dedicated staff body, comprising the following specialisms:

Qualified lecturers (specialising in a range of areas)

Learning support workers and student support workers

Key Workers

Speech and language therapists (SALT)

Occupational therapists


Nurses (specialising in a range of areas)

Catering staff

Premises staff

IT and Assistive Technology specialists

Positive Behaviour Support Specialists

Administration, Finance and HR staff

Looking to join our school?

Apply today to register your interest and join us at our college to meet with Neil who will guide you through the process.

Neil Oughton

Neil Oughton

Student Engagement Coordinator