Rush Green Campus, Dagenham Road, Romford, Essex, RM7 0XU
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Barking and Dagenham College is committed to enabling all learners to achieve individual success through study. The College is fully committed to the inclusion of students with disabilities, and we will do our utmost to ensure they receive a learning experience that enables them to achieve their full potential.
Our aim is to create an inclusive ethos with a shared commitment to challenging and preventing stereotyping, prejudice and disability discrimination, and to respect diversity and difference.
We will seek to ensure that all staff and learners have equal access to the full range of college facilities.
Our College meets the needs of our disabled learners in numerous ways. We provide a range of services to meet student needs e.g specialist dyslexia tuition, communication support. The college has undertaken many improvements to the site in recent years to ensure disabled access to all areas of the College
Our commitment is for continuous improvement of services to everyone at Barking and Dagenham College including all those with disabilities and we are delighted to join with AccessAble in promoting our facilities for both learners and staff.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR 2019 – We are currently redeveloping one of our buildings to create an advanced skills training centre, which will deliver a contemporary, leading-edge STEAM curriculum to meet the skill needs of our local area. The Centre for Advanced Technologies project is likely to be ongoing throughout 2019, and as a result some of our teaching rooms have temporarily been relocated to 30 Portacabins. 28 of these temporary teaching rooms are accessible via ramps.