We offer person-centred education and support
Everything at Mercury College and within our associated homes and services has been meticulously planned to provide environments that complement our students’ individual needs and inspires them to reach their full potential.
Our principal aim is to enable young adults aged 18 to 25 with learning disabilities, often in association with autism and complex care needs, including behaviours of concern to develop independence through learning in educational and community environments that offer warmth, security and consistency.
We provide an innovative curriculum focused on preparation for adulthood and Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) outcomes to create and deliver bespoke study programmes to meet every students’ learning needs.
To be the college of choice for students with complex needs
To put our students at the heart of all we do and build positive relationships with the community
Trust, collaboration, innovation, celebration, aspiration, respect and inclusion
Opening up a range of learning & living opportunities
The college and its associated specialist residential homes and supported living service is based in the city of Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Mercury College takes full advantage of its location. Our services seek to support our principal aim by providing specialist support and learning opportunities in college, the home and the wider community.
Students at Mercury College will be able to say:
We want to hear your views
We welcome all feedback to enable us to consistently review our services to ensure we are providing the best possible standards for everyone studying with, living at and working for us