All of our living areas are fully accessible and fitted to meet student’s individual needs.
Life at Beaumont provides a great opportunity for students to form long lasting friendships. Each area has a dedicated team of staff who support students to keep in touch with their family, plus access facilities within the local area, Morecambe and the Lake District.
A restaurant that can cater for all dietary requirements
Accessible learning resources
Supported independent living areas
Single occupancy bedrooms
Opportunities to use environmental controls within living areas
Accessible bathroom and toilet facilities
Leisure and common room areas
Wi-Fi accessible in all living areas
Aid call system in all rooms
Are you looking for a day or residential placement?
Young people can attend Beaumont College as either a day or a residential student, with places tailored to suit the individual needs of our young people.
Day student provision
We offer day student provision at our five satellites sites in Blackpool, Carlisle, Poulton Le Fylde, Sussex and Ulverston. While at our Lancaster campus, day provision is available alongside residential accommodation.
Each of our locations offers a warm, welcoming, vibrant and friendly environment where students can learn, make friends and fulfil their potential.
Residential student provision
For residential students, we provide living accommodation appropriate to the learners needs. Students live alongside other students in small numbers with well staffed teams of support.
We offer Monday to Friday residential, term time residential and 52 week per year residential placements. We are also able to support variances in these placements depending on the support needs of the student.
Respite and Short Breaks
Beaumont College provides 24 hour respite seven days per week (subject to availability).
We are open to commissioning from adult services as well as self-funders and people in receipt of direct payments. You do not have to be a student at Beaumont to use our residential respite service. Whether you are a former student who wants to continue to benefit from all Beaumont has to offer, or you have never been but just need a break and change of scenery, we can accommodate your needs.
Additionally we offer person centred activities specifically tailored to the needs of each person.
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Beaumont College is dedicated to supporting our students through the process of deciding what direction they would like to take on their transition to the next stage of their lives. Our career provision helps to support the transition into adulthood through highlighting and discussing all of the options available to them. Depending on individual cognition, Outcomes and Aims of Placement, students will be provided with meaningful experience of the world of work as well as developing employability skills through an embedded approach to the delivery of careers provision.
Our Careers Lead is Rebecca Oughton. If you have any queries about careers, higher education, work experience, or if you would like further information on how more information about our careers programme can be accessed, please contact her at:
Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01524 541428.
The information about our Careers Provision of Advice Information and Guidance is reviewed and updated every September at the start of the academic year.
Some of our work placement providers include:
Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award
At Beaumont college, we proudly offer the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) Award program, empowering our students to embark on extraordinary journeys of personal development and achievement.
As a DofE Authorised Center, we provide the unique opportunity for individuals to participate in all three levels of the award: bronze, silver, and gold.
This transformative program challenges and inspires young minds to step outside their comfort zones, embracing a range of exciting activities encompassing community service, physical fitness, skill-building, and adventurous expeditions. Through the DofE Award, our students cultivate resilience, leadership, and a spirit of exploration, equipping them with invaluable life skills and experiences that will shape their future success.
Join us as we embark on this remarkable adventure, unlocking untapped potential and celebrating the remarkable achievements of our DofE participants at every stage of their journey.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award programmes take between one and four years to complete, and they must be completed by the participant’s twenty-fifth birthday. The programmes are at three progressive levels which, if successfully completed, lead to a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
With assistance from adult Leaders, participants select and set objectives in each of the following areas:
Volunteering: undertaking service to individuals or the community.
Physical: improving in an area of sport, dance, or fitness activities.
Skills: developing practical and social skills and personal interests.
Expedition: planning, training for, and completion of an adventurous journey in the UK or abroad.
Since becoming a registered centre in 2018 we have the following: