Manor Green College is a dynamic and inspirational West Sussex secondary school for students between the ages of 11-19 who experience a wide range of learning difficulties.
The core purpose of MGC is to discover and develop every student’s potential in preparation for their adult life, and our fundamental belief is that happy learners learn better.
During their journey with us, students will have opportunities to take part and try their best without fear of failure. They will become more self-aware and as a result, learn self-belief and resilience.
Communication will be at the heart of everything we do and we will find ways of helping every student to use receptive and expressive language to interact fully with the world around them. We will focus on developing their independence, including self-help skills, decision making, work skills and making good choices to keep themselves safe. Through a rich and varied curriculum which will provide opportunities to achieve relevant accreditation, they will develop enjoyment of learning. Students will experience and develop strong social relationships, building social confidence and tolerance and respect for others.
All adults in the College will work hard to reduce anxiety and create an environment wherein every student feels safe and secure and can trust as a platform for building improvement. From the first day that students join our community, we will work together with parents to ensure that when the time eventually comes to leave the College, everything has been done to ensure that our families and students are ready to take on the challenge of finding their place in the world.
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