The therapy offered at Mark College plays a vital role in helping our young people to reach their full potential by helping to break down any barriers they have to learning. The school has four dedicated therapy rooms where our in-house therapy team offer a range of support, including:
Speech and language therapy
This therapy focusses on developing social communication skills through both group and direct 1:1 work.
We use occupational therapy to manage sensory issues, such as providing support with writing and gross motor skills.
Art psychotherapy is used to help students manage their anxiety and deal with issues around self-esteem.
Mark College has school dogs which are used with our young people with anxiety issues. The dogs can attend therapy sessions with students or work with them as part of sports programmes.
Vulnerable Learners Team
Our team of learning support assistants can provide additional individual support to students where required.