About Us

Greenbank College is part of Greenbank, a Liverpool-based registered charity that was established in 1983 with a vision to transform lives, and a mission to support individuals to reach their potential through inclusive education, sport and leisure activities. Many of our students have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) or are from other disadvantaged groups. We also support adults who need to gain valuable work skills to enable them to get into employment.

As the college is small, offering places to approximately 300 students every year, we are able to develop a close relationship with all our students. This means we can ensure that every individual has the best possible chance of achieving and progressing into employment, further study or volunteering. 

Benefits of studying at Greenbank College

  • Small class sizes
  • Tutors experienced in working with SEND students
  • Friendly, supportive environment
  • Good achievement rates for those who have previously struggled to achieve
  • Rated “Good” by Ofsted – see report

The focus of our courses is to teach young people and adults the skills required to get into work.

Courses and programmes offered at Greenbank College

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