Pathways Learning Centre (PLC) provides education for young people who live in South Gloucestershire but are unable to attend their mainstream school. This could be for a variety of reasons, such as medical needs, severe anxiety, mental health needs, or social and emotional difficulties.
PLC has four core areas which support the different needs of our students as outlined below. All students also have access to highly skilled staff, small class sizes and support and intervention where appropriate. For more information on the interventions available at PLC please click here.
What are the admission criteria for the Pathways Learning Centre?
PLC is a specialist provision which can only be accessed in exceptional circumstances. Admission can only occur through referral to the RAP (Referrals and Admissions Panel) or when a student has been permanently excluded. Find out more >>>
The RAP panel (Referrals and Admissions Panel) for Pathways Learning Centre. Find out more >>>