Elfrida Rathbone Camden

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Charity providing a range of free services to young people with learning difficulties and disabilities.

Leighton College

  • A person-centred, three-year further education facility, teaching independent life skills to bridge the gap between adolescence and adulthood.
  • Provides a two-year Personal Development course and a one-year Employability course. These can be taken independently or together as a three-year programme.
  • The courses include functional skills, maths, English and ICT (all accredited Ascentis awards).
  • All students experience work placements of their choice, which are organised and supported by an in-house employment advisor.
  • Rated as a 'good' SEN provider by Ofsted.

Inclusion Works

  • Supports young people with learning disabilities into work or volunteering.

Eligibility criteria


Leighton College

Young adults living in London, aged between 16–25 years, with mild to moderate learning difficulties and disabilities and an EHCP plan.

Inclusion Works

Young adults living in London aged between 16–25 years, with mild to moderate learning difficulties and disabilities.

How to Refer Self Referral

Leighton College

e: sousan@elfridacamden.org.uk

t: 020 7424 1617 or 07887 542403

Inclusion works

Complete the self-referral form (see Downloads) and send by post or email.

John Byrne, 7 Dowdney Close, Kentish Town, London NW5 2BP

t: 020 7424 1630

m: 07879 420212

e: john@elfridacamden.org.uk

Contact Details

Elfrida Rathbone Camden

Camden Family & Youth Resource Centre, 7 Dowdney Close, London NW5 2BP

t: 020 7424 1601

f: 020 7424 1605

e: info@elfridacamden.org.uk

Leighton College

Sousan Luqman – Education Project Coordinator

e: sousan@elfridacamden.org.uk

t: 020 7424 1617/07887 542403

Inclusion Works

Helen Tate, 7 Dowdney Close, Kentish Town, London NW5 2BP

t: 0207 424 1628

m: 07939 862637

e: helen@elfridacamden.org.uk