Nash College, Bromley
We provide residential and day further education for 65 students, aged from 18 to 25. The college is situated in Hayes near Bromley.
Our three-year curriculum provides:
- greater level of community engagement
- increased employability skills
- improvement or maintenance of fitness, health, safety and well-being
- increased communication and social interaction
- greater control of decision-making for self
- increased skills for daily living and personal care
- increased self-management of emotions and relationships
Specialist care & support
Each student has a “living and learning champion” to support their individual care plan, which is reviewed regularly. Over 120 student support assistants, in dedicated professional teams, meet the individual needs of our students.
Nash has no formal entry requirements, other than evidence that the applicant requires the type of provision we offer.Visit the Nash College website →
From South London and Beckenham, travel on the A214, passing Eden Park station, to West Wickham. At the traffic lights, turn left along Glebe Way, the A232. Go over the roundabout and onto the dual carriageway. Past the shops and Coney Hill Road, on left, the road narrows and the entrance to the college is 200 yards up the hill on the left.
From Croydon and Addiscombe, travel by the A232 to West Wickham traffic lights. Cross straight over into Glebe Way and then continue as for A, above.
From Kent, travel by the A21 towards Bromley/London. After passing Farnborough Hospital, fork left at the traffic lights on to the A232 towards Croydon. Cross Hayes Common and after approximately 1.5 miles, pass the Metropolitan Police Sports Centre (The Warren) on the right. The entrance to the college is on the right towards the bottom of a steep hill.
From the M25, use exit 4 (A21 north towards Orpington) then follow A21 towards Bromley/London, then continue as for C, above
From Hayes British Rail station, turn right out of the station, turn right again onto Bourne Way. Go left at Coney Hill Road, then left again onto Croydon Road. The college entrance is on the left.