‘At college, I have studied ICT, literacy, numeracy, and health and fitness. I like my swimming lesson the best’
– Kate, Langdon member
Empowering our people
Langdon College offers a bespoke education for Jewish people aged 16-24 with learning disabilities, social anxiety or autistic spectrum disorders.
The college educates students at its two sites in London and Manchester, where students attend 5 days a week: Mon-Thurs 9.30am – 3.45pm & Fri 9.30am – 12noon.
The curriculum aims to develop students’ literacy, maths, IT, employment, and social skills, enabling them to make their next steps into the world of work and independent living. They enjoy a broad curriculum of activities such as independent living, horticulture, work experience, sport, music, maths and English.
Livingness within our educational establishments enables Members to make their next steps into the world of work, prepare them for independent living and to help them live their very best lives.
‘I joined Langdon College three years ago. It was difficult at first and I didn’t want to go into my classes. But I’ve been working very hard so now I’m doing really well. I learn lots of different things at college. I love music and I taught myself how to play the ukulele – it’s very relaxing for me.
I help teach music at college and perform gigs in my spare time. I love playing George Formby songs. I’d like to be a paid musician one day.’
– Langdon College student