Learn with us
Learn with us at National Star. Whether you want to discover more about the world around you, actively contribute to the community or gain a job or voluntary role after college, National Star is the place for you.
There is no such thing as a ‘typical’ National Star student. Students range in age from 16 to 25-years-old, with more than 100 studying as residential and day students at our campus in Gloucestershire. Many day students travel from Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and Worcestershire to study with us.
We celebrate the diversity of all learners, who bring something vibrant and special to college. We work with young people with a range of complex and multiple learning and physical disabilities, so we know you’ll fit right in and soon see National Star College as your ‘home from home’.
What we offer
We invest time in getting to know your ideas for the future so that we understand what you need to learn to get there. This starts from the day we meet you and your parents and carers for the first time.
Our approach to learning is to be as flexible, creative and resourceful as possible, providing learning sessions that meet the needs of each student.
Depending on where you choose to learn with us, you will be able to take advantage of a range of first-class facilities.
These include an aquatic therapy pool, sensory suites, horticultural spaces, dance studio, IT suites, gyms, an award-winning bistro and a printing enterprise.
View our prospectus in full below or download our prospectus here.
Discover your future
We are passionate about supporting students with special educational needs to prepare for adulthood. We want to understand your interests, aspirations and needs so we can build the right personalised programme and support plan. Come for a visit, meet our team and current students and decide whether you would like to be part of the National Star family.
We recommend that students start thinking about their transition to college in Year 11. Book your visit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org today.