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Cranbury College - Vision Post 16

Cranbury College's Post 16 Provision is called 'Vision'

Vision 16-19 is based at Northumberland Training Academy on Northumberland Avenue, Reading.
Students work alongside members of staff to complete academic qualifications and gain skills to help them transition into further education, apprenticeships and full time employment.

The curriculum at Vision provides for students who have a variety of needs with a clear pathway in mind. Students can study Maths, English and Psychology at GCSE and English, Maths and ICT Functional Skills Level 1 and 2 as well as a range of other accredited courses including, Art, Princes Trust, Jamie Oliver Cooking Skills, Hair and Beauty, Child Care and Construction.

Please see links below to our website and for further information.



Who to contact

Contact Name
Sarah Blunsden
0118 923 1016
Cranbury College
Cranbury College Post 16 Provision

Where to go

Northumberland Training Academy
Northumberland Avenue

Other Details


Age Ranges
Referral required
Referral Details

Admission to Vision at Cranbury College is through our admission panel, contact our Post 16 manager, Sarah Blunsden on 0118 923 1016 or email

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