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Foundation Studies College Courses

Bishop Burton College provides a supportive, safe environment for Foundation Studies students.

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You can develop academic and life skills to help you move on to further learning or find employment.

Designed to help you realise your potential, we offer Entry Level and Level 1 Foundation Studies programmes.

Our courses cover life skills, personal development, independent living, skills for further learning and skills for employment. We also offer supported internships, allowing you to gain real-world experience working alongside our staff, from our gardening team to the kennels. We also partner with Humberside Police to offer the DFN Project Search supported internship.

A truly supportive environment

We pride ourselves on creating a welcoming environment and aim to ensure your experience with us is fulfilling and enjoyable. With a focus on building confidence, resilience and self-esteem, our courses provide a nurturing environment for those why may have previously struggled with education.

Our environment has everything you need, from specialist animal care and horticulture facilities to a house dedicated to helping you develop independent living skills.

Students of differing abilities are all welcome and our team of experienced staff are always on hand to help you. We offer a range of personalised support to ensure that you feel empowered to achieve your goals.

Open up a range of possibilities

As well as preparing you for the next level of education, our previous students have also gone on to enjoy roles such as:

  • Conservation worker
  • Machine operative
  • Animal care assistant
  • Farm worker
  • Gardening assistant

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