Do you prefer to work in small groups and classes?

Can you access Level 2 (GCSE level) learning?

Can you work independently or are working towards this target?

Have you got a career or industry in mind?

Do you see yourself working for an employer independently?

If you can answer yes to most of the questions above, then Harrison College is for you.

Harrison College has a unique offer, combining our three core strands of:

Your Future – Academia

Your Choice – Employability Skills and Supported Internship

Your Life – Developing your social skills and cultural capital.

We believe that our offer allows our students to develop as the whole person, ensuring that they are on a journey to secure employment.

Our core study programme would suit learners that are able to work at Level 2 (GCSE level) as all of our courses start at Level 1/2 and can build up to Level 4.

To secure a place at Harrison College, fill in the application form below and if you have an EHCP speak to your current SENCO or SEN Officer to request Harrison College as the named provider for the next stage in your educational journey.

A message to you from one of our current students, EP:

“A minibus can pick you up from Doncaster Interchange or you can be dropped off if you prefer. You will be scanned as you enter the college, and you will find a locker to put your bag in. You will sign in and put your locker number in as well. The first 30 minutes are just for chilling and talking.
At 9.30 you will watch a tutorial on that day and go to your group on that day. You will be given your timetables and at 10.00 you will do whatever lesson until 12.00. Then you will have 30 minutes to eat lunch and talk. 12.30 – whatever lesson until 1.30 then whatever lesson until 2.30. Some afternoons are enrichment where different activities are experienced.
You may want to set yourself some targets if this is suggested by the staff. You should try and push yourself towards achieving your goals. You should never doubt yourself and always feel ready. You should see this as an opportunity to make some new friends and start working your way towards getting a job. You should never be afraid to ask for help. If you need to, you can go for a walk with one of the staff members to refresh your mind before a lesson or something.”