We are committed to providing a safe, inclusive and supportive environment in which to learn.
Our specialist staff are here to support students who have varying needs, including physical, sensory, dyslexia, autism, global learning delay, challenging behaviour and mental health.
Our Advice and Guidance team provide a range of free, fair and confidential services for students, staff and the public. They are here to help you make choices which are right for you.
We are committed to supporting students in order for them to overcome any financial barriers to learning.
You can borrow books, videos, CDs and DVDs and get help finding information for your course. There are areas for quiet study, contemplation in our multi-faith room, and Computer Centre with scanning, printing and internet facilities.
We all want Canterbury College to be a safe and secure place for everyone to work and learn together.
Progression Mentors support full-time learners in their personal development, enabling them to become independent learners who enjoy their time at the College and reach their full potential.