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College moves to new premises

Young people at Inclusion College in Hook have moved to their new premises.


The move comes as part of an expansion of the post-16 provision by specialist education provider Inclusion Hampshire, with their Inclusion College site moving to a larger site at Osborne Way, Hook.


The move means that the charity will be able to support even more young people as well as offering a wider range of activities to existing learners. As well as new class spaces the expansion offers cooking and kitchen facilities, a dedicated therapeutic music room and counselling and quiet spaces.

Head of Inclusion College, Marie Greenhalgh, said: “This is such a wonderful opportunity for us to be able to offer our bespoke programme of learning to more young people in the area, with mental health and wellbeing support at the heart of our curriculum. We are so excited to be moving to the new site, and learners have responded so positively — we are looking forward to settling in and seeing what opportunities the new premises can help us bring.


“The move presents us with so many more opportunities to support our current and prospective learners. We hope by expanding our service we may be able to support even more young people as they make that sometimes challenging transition to further education.”


Although already open, the college site will be holding an official launch in July for supporters and members of the community.


To learn more about the college, visit www.inclusionhampshire.org.uk.

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