WESTON HOUSE IS A PURPOSE-BUILT FULLY INCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL FACILITY WITHIN THE GROUNDS OF BRIDGEND COLLEGE FOR YOUNG ADULTS BETWEEN 16 AND 25 WHO HAVE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES AND DISABILITIES.
We offer a residential education programmes for all of our learners in conjunction with a full-time academic course at the college from Pre Entry to HE Level depending on ability and aspiration.
The majority of our residents are school leavers but other learners come to Weston House via other pathways.
We are to able support learners with a wide range of needs including:
- Learning disabilities
- Medical conditions
- Physical disabilities
- Autistic Spectrum conditions
- Sensory impairments
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD)
The College provides a weekly minibus service at no charge, or you can make your own transport arrangements if you would prefer to do so.