We’ll help you to acquire the skills that will prepare you for adulthood.

Regent College is a small independent specialist day college situated in Stoke on Trent. We offer bespoke Study Programmes for young people aged 16 to 25 years old with a range of learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Learners have a personalised programme of study tailored to his or her individual needs centred around their Education, Health and Care Plan.

Our courses are full and part time and are based at our main site in Shelton, Stoke on Trent although lots of learning takes place in our local and extended community. Community-based learning is central to our curriculum, this includes a wide range of practical activities as well as volunteering and work placement opportunities.

Our staff team will work with you to build an individual study programme based on your interests, aspirations and requirements.


Learners work on their individual needs, gain confidence and develop vocational, social, life and communication skills by taking part in real-life activities.

our offer

At Regent College we encourage the personal development of confidence, communication, self-advocacy, and increased independence including functional skills. Study programmes are designed to ensure that all learners access a wide range of opportunities within our local and extended communities.

I am happy at College, I like all the sessions and I feel that I am doing well.

Learners gain confidence and develop vocational, social, life and communication skills.

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Change can be difficult for learners and their families. We provide high levels of support to maximize opportunities for community based learning.

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Regent College offers bespoke study programmes with a range of optional external qualifications. Applicants are accepted throughout the year.

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how to apply

by phone

01782 263326

by post

77 Shelton New Road

by email


by completing this form

please fill in an initial enquiry form…

Initial contact can be made by Connexions or Careers advisers, although enquiries may be made by parents, carers, social workers, schools or local education authorities. Learners/parents/carers are also welcomed to request an initial visit to look around the college, meet key staff, discuss the curriculum offer and the application process.

We do accept applications throughout the year although our main intake is in September.

Regent College is a member of NATSPEC, The Association of National Specialist Colleges, who have provided advice on how to apply to a specialist college.

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