Steering Group Member

Beaumont College offers both residential and day programmes in Lancaster, while our satellite services offer individuals a learning programme that is delivered closer to home in Barrow, Blackpool, and Carlisle.

All of our college sites offer programmes for young people aged 18 – 25 with a broad range of physical and/or learning impairments.

Students are offered a variety of specialist support from highly trained staff, working alongside our tutors. This includes:

  • Learning support workers
  • Key workers
  • Student support workers
  • Speech and Language Therapists and Dieticians
  • Behavioural Specialist and staff trained in TEACCH principles and within the Institute for Applied Behaviour Analysis (IABA) approach
  • Physio and Occupational Therapists
  • IT and Assistive Technology support and guidance

Mission Statement

Our values are clearly defined in the firm belief that all students can reach their potential given the right opportunities, the right environment, and the right support.

We believe we can make this happen by working together with our students, their parents/carers, families, and other stakeholders, we can make this happen. Together, we can make a difference.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Beaumont College is committed to creating and sustaining an excellent teaching and learning experience for students and a positive and supportive working environment for staff.

The college believes that excellence will be achieved through recognising the value of every individual. We aim to create an environment that respects the diversity of staff and students and enables them to achieve their full potential, to contribute fully, and to get maximum benefit and enjoyment from their involvement in the activities of the college.

The college is a place where all staff are equally valued and respected, and students are encouraged to thrive. As a provider of education and employment, we value the diversity of all the people who make up the ‘Beaumont Community’.

We are committed to providing an equitable, fair and supportive learning and living environment for learners and working environment for the staff. This is reflected in the core values of the college which are set out in the strategy.

Vision and Values

The college acknowledges the following basic rights for all members and prospective members of its community:

  • To be treated with dignity and respect
  • To receive encouragement to reach their full potential
  • To be treated fairly with regard to all procedures, assessments and choices

This includes, but not exclusively, discrimination because of age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex and sexual orientation. The college complies with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010, including the general duty.

Salutem Core Values

  • We are Supportive by promoting opportunities for everyone so they can reach their full potential
  • We are very Ambitious to provide the best possible outcomes for the people who use our services
  • We are Loyal because we put the people that we support and our staff at the centre of everything we do and we deliver on our promises.
  • We also are committed to ensuring that our services are meeting the needs of all stakeholders.
  • We are Unique because we are ambitious and innovative about the diversity of services that we provide without compromising quality
  • We are Transparent by being open, honest and fostering a culture of mutual respect.
  • We promote a culture where we learn by our experiences and we are committed to doing things better and setting the highest standards in what we do
  • We are Engaging because we work in partnership with the people that we support, our staff and all our stakeholders
  • We encourage everyone to experience a Meaningful life by being aspirational and by offering opportunities