East Norfolk Sixth Form College welcomes all students who reach our subject entry requirements (details can be found in the current prospectus).
Please refer to the current Disability Statement for Students (links above) for full details.
If you have special requirements please contact Daphne King (firstname.lastname@example.org), Deputy Principal either by (telephone: 01493 662234 / fax: 01493 441405 or e-mail Daphne at enorf.ac.uk before you start at College so we have plenty of time to prepare for your needs. You are welcome to visit the College to discuss them with our additional support worker.
Please ensure that you mention any potential difficulties or special requirements on your application form so that we can ensure that they do not get overlooked.
You should also mention any possible difficulties at your initial interview.
Once you arrive, we want you to be successful and it may be that you need some extra help or support or specialised facilities.
We do our best to try to provide for all your needs but in case we have missed something you need please come and talk to us.
The best person to talk to is your Personal Tutor and he/she will consult with your Senior Tutor and Daphne King to meet all your needs.
Most parts of the College have wheelchair access and there are special toilet facilities.
As well as your Personal Tutor, the College has a Welfare Officer and a counselling service for all students. There is also additional help if you have difficulty with basic literacy, numeracy and IT through the Skills Improvement Centre.
Special support is available at exam times. There is a laptop for you if you have writing difficulties and extra time for if you have certain medical conditions or learning difficulties. You must let us know ahead of time and be able to supply medical evidence.
If you are unhappy in College we can try to help if you tell us. If you feel despite this, you have been unfairly treated, we have both an Equality and Diversity Policy and a Complaints Procedure. You can find details of these in your Student Handbook.
It is very important you keep us informed of any difficulties so all staff can be prepared to help you.