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Henshaws College are recruiting Reader/Admin Assistant to support Manager with VI. Closes Monday 15th March 2021
We need you! Supply Care staff wanted based in Harrogate!
Supply Waking Night Bank Staff urgently required - Interviews on an ongoing basis
Henshaws College are recruiting for Waking Night Care Enablers. Closes Wednesday 31st March 2021
Henshaws College are recruiting Care Support Workers. Closes Wednesday 31st March 2021
This blog is written by Kate, mum to Tess. It shares their experience of joining Henshaws Specialist College.
Henshaws are recruiting for a Speech & Language Therapist with Specialism in Dysphagia - Fixed term
Henshaws Specialist College received some great feedback from the Care Quality Commission, who looked at how well we are managing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
What's it like working on the main desk at a busy College? Craig, our receptionist at Henshaws Specialist College tells us more.
The fantastic work of Henshaws Specialist College has been recognised by Gillian Keegan MP, Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills in a briefing from the Department for Education
How does the Coronavirus crisis affect someone with severe autism? Kate Simpson shares the story of her daughter Tess.
The much-anticipated Harrogate MONOPOLY game hit the shops last week. And .. drum roll .. we get to star in it!
What does the world look like if you have a visual impairment or disability? Let Alfie, a student at our Specialist College, show you through his award winning art.
Students from our Specialist College in Harrogate recently celebrated completion of their Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award.
Expertise in assistive technology at our Specialist College plays a big part in our student’s success. Elspeth is building her skills in using switches to develop independence.
Families, friends and special guests joined staff and students for a day of celebration at our graduation ceremony at our Specialist College in Harrogate.
Two visually-impaired students from Henshaws Bradford Centre have set themselves a major challenge this month.
We find out how sensory integration therapy allows students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to access their educational curriculum.
We catch up with Aimee who won a Pearson Teaching Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education and is the programme leader for our specialist autism team.
Our Yorkshire services offer opportunities for autistic people to create a pathway to independence.
Students at our Specialist College in Harrogate have been getting an insight into what it takes to be an athlete.
Andrew, a student at Henshaws Specialist College, is one of just over 100 people in the world to have been diagnosed with PACS1 syndrome. Linda, Andrew’s mum, shares his story.
Our Specialist College welcomed local employers and support organisations onto campus for our first Careers Information, Advice & Guidance day for students and their families.
Meet Holly, a student at Henshaws Specialist College. Holly wrote this blog on her eye gaze computer to share her experience of being a young person living with disability.
Growing potatoes, creating a wildlife pond and an overnight expedition were among the activities completed by five of our college students for their Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Families, friends and special guests joined staff and students for a day of celebration at our 2018 graduation ceremony at our Specialist College in Harrogate.
The arrival of Wimbledon gave the students who run ‘The Wellbeing Shop’ at our college a great opportunity to ‘serve’ some strawberries!
Aimee Jackson, a teacher at Henshaws Specialist College in Harrogate, has been shortlisted for the Award for Excellence in Special Needs Education in the Pearson Teaching Awards.
Students at Henshaws Specialist College in Harrogate have been getting extra help from North Yorkshire Police and Harrogate Town football club on how to stay safe.
By supporting William to develop his communication and IT skills he was able to write an original story and bring it to life through stop motion animation. What an achievement!
The final of our 2018 Henshaws Got Talent competition celebrates the diversity of our Specialist College students and their unique talents.
Dermot Heslop from British Judo has been coaching students and staff at our Specialist College in judo. They recently achieved the standard required to be awarded their red belts.
Henshaws fundraiser and mother to Tess, Kate Simpson, wrote a beautiful poem last year in celebration of the Henshaws College Graduation ceremony in July 2017.
Max is a student at our specialist college and is based in The Starting Point, a dedicated setting for students on the autistic spectrum. Max's mum, Brigitte, shares her story.
Our Yorkshire services offer opportunities for disabled people with autism to create a pathway to independence.
Henshaws Specialist College in Harrogate has been sharing its expertise in working with disabled people with a leading national charity.
Henshaws students in Harrogate have begun working at their local Sainsbury's as part of their supported internship programme.
Our open morning at Henshaws Bradford Centre gave visitors the chance to find out more about the opportunities we offer for young people with SEND.
Yorkshire resident and Art Maker visited a local school to share her experience of having a visual impairment with the Early Years children.
Jake swims with the Downs Syndrome Swimming - Great Britain team. We find out how he and the squad got on at the 2017 European Championships.
Our Bradford Centre opened up earlier this year, supporting students towards employment. The Centre Manager Roxanne shares what the students have been up to.
The supported internship programme at our Specialist College helps prepare students with learning disabilities for employment. We find out more.
Henshaws Specialist College in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, recently hosted its 4th annual Leisure, Lifestyle and Work Fair, a free transitions event for young disabled people.
Carl works at Henshaws College and is on a Makaton mission to make communication more accessible for those with special needs.
Students from Henshaws Specialist College have bagged a trio of awards for their Young Enterprise venture Eco Threads. We caught up with the young entrepreneurs to find out more.
It is now almost a year since Tessa graduated from Henshaws College. We caught up with her mum, Kate, to find out how she's doing.
Students sang, danced and signed to demonstrate their own unique talents at our annual college talent competition for 2017.
Our new Supported Internship scheme prepares young people with disabilities for the world of work. Here we share Jake’s success story.
Read how our specialist staff have enabled College student Mary to use assistive technology to find her voice.
Dermot Heslop from British Judo explains how to make judo accessible for disabled young people, and why participation in sport has such an impact on their health and wellbeing.
Kate, mum of Henshaws graduate Tessa, gives an honest account of her daughter's move to supported living and her top survival tips for parents whose disabled child is leaving home
A parent's experience of life after graduation from Kate Simpson, mum to Tessa who graduated from Henshaws Specialist College in July 2016.
We're excited to announce that we'll be opening an outreach centre in Bradford this September for young adults with disabilities.
Henshaws Specialist College student Tom took on the Melmerby 10k last month to fundraise for new specialist physio equipment, and raised a whopping £1778.20!
Advice on shopping strategies for people with autism from Aimee Jackson, Autism Programme Leader at Henshaws Specialist College in Harrogate.
Henshaws Specialist College student Tom is taking part in the Melmerby 10km run this May to raise money for new gym equipment at College
For World Autism Awareness week, we explore how our new edible sensory garden is making a difference to students in our specialist autism centre
Henshaws College graduate Karina learnt to stand and walk so she could step into her grandma's house and enjoy spending time together as a family. Her Mum Amanda tells her story.
Henshaws Specialist College graduate Edward left College in 2012. We were delighted when his mum Carole and dad Alec shared Edward’s story.
Henshaws College gardens have been treated to a facelift thanks to volunteers from Halifax Bank team of Directors
Henshaws College Speech and Language therapist Ellie runs through how Makaton works, and her top tips for using it as a communication tool.
Instructor Jill Green coordinates the Duke of Edinburgh's Award for our students and her services have been recognised with a trip to Holyrood Palace to meet His Royal Highness!
We were visited last week by two of our former students who delivered these beautiful flower troughs which they’ve created for this year’s graduation ceremony.
With the final of Britain’s Got Talent taking place last weekend, we’d like to share with you our very own event, Henshaws Got Talent!
Kate Simpson, mum to Tess, gives her top tips for supporting young people with disabilities to maintain skills for independent living.
College graduate Rachael now runs her own arts and crafts business from home. She explains what life is like for her now and how Henshaws supported her to achieve her goals.
Henshaws graduate Nathan came back to talk to us about his new craft shop and cafe which is putting the practical skills he learnt at College to good use.
Our physiotherapist Lee at Henshaws College shares an insight into his role and how he's making a real difference to young people with disabilities.
Today is a very special day for Henshaws Society for Blind People, it’s our birthday! This year we celebrate 177 years providing support to people with disabilities.
We have a very active student council at College who represent the voices of all our students - hear from some of our council members about their roles.
As today is the seventh annual World Autism Awareness Day, we wanted to share some exciting news and useful resources with you.
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