Our study programmes provide training in the vital skills needed by students to function independently and to interact and contribute to the local community. Our focus is to deliver qualifications in the Arts and independence and to enable students to have the opportunity to work in performance as well as associated employment opportunities. We offer a range of qualifications working with awarding bodies such as Ascentis, Trinity College, LAMDA and the London College of Music as well as offering bespoke programmes to meet students’ needs. We will provide a three year programme that moves students forward with the eventual outcome being a young adult moving into their own supported or shared housing with the infrastructure around to support them in their social activities, friendships, work and health needs. We will continue to support young people for a minimum of six months after they move out of Orpheus and ensure their transition is smooth and appropriate.
Click here to watch the student film ‘What the Orpheus Centre Means to Me’.
How to apply
Are you interested in attending Orpheus as a full time or part time student? If you are aged between 18 and 25 and have a physical and/or learning disability and a passion for the arts we’d love you to join us.