All students are encouraged to develop independent study skills whilst at Huish and we are committed to supporting you to achieve. We support all students including those with a disability, medical condition or learning difficulty. View our local offer and information about specialist support.
Learning support may include the following:
- Access to online study skills resources
- One to one support tutor meetings
- Group study skills sessions
- Exam Arrangements
Please contact our college SENCO for more information – email@example.com.
I’ve have had many ups and downs but the support I have had from Tutors and the College Senco has been invaluable. They introduced me to extra enrichments such as Chess Club, which has really helped. I spend most of my time in H1 and it’s a really comfortable secure area. When I leave Huish I would like to become a teacher because of what teachers have done for me in my time in education.
Health and Wellbeing
Huish Health and Wellbeing Support may include the following:
- Access to online tools for self help
- Enrichment opportunities
- Meetings with external specialists
- One to one support meetings with staff
- Group support sessions
- Counselling referral
Please contact our Support Team for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively drop in to Hawthorn H1 to speak to one of our team.
Watch our film below of a support workshop run by external visitor, Michael Maisey.
Huish are pleased to have partnered with Togetherall to provide a safe community for both students and staff to access mental health support.
On Togetherall you can get private support from health professionals 24/7 at any time, join different communities to connect with one another and mark your progress towards personal goals using the goal setter feature.
Everyone at Huish has FREE access to Togetherall, sign up here https://account.v2.togetherall.com/register to join a supportive online community with a wealth of guided support courses & resources.