The home of all you need to know about Hedley’s College.

The College is based across two campuses at Forest Hall and Killingworth in Newcastle and offers a range of programmes and flexible packages of further education and training across Tyne and Wear for those 16-25. The College is part of the wider Percy Hedley Foundation which supports students with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities to develop their communication, independence and employability skills to make a successful transition. This includes access to high quality integrated therapy, social enterprises, the Hedley Employability Project and sport and leisure facilities.

Students are supported by the Hedley interdisciplinary team of specialists and Therapists, Specialist Learning Support Assistants and Tutors. The college works in partnership with a wide range of services, supported employment programmes, general further education establishments and volunteering projects to support students into a successful transition.

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Ethos and Values

We believe in offering a holistic person centred curriculum to support our students to achieve their full potential.

Our Staff

Find out more about our amazing staffing team, across our two college campuses.

Admissions and Assessment

Each student will follow our admissions process to ensure we are able to meet their needs.


Find the latest Ofsted report and documents here.


For more information on our safeguarding policy and accompanying documents.


Check out all of our current policies in our document library

We are proud to be Karten Centre as part of the Ian Karten Trust. We offer art, ceramics, living skills, horticulture, drop-in IT facilities, and a sports outreach department as part of this.

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