About Sense College Loughborough

Sense College Loughborough is a small specialist college based in the heart of the East Midlands, offering daytime services to young people with a wide range of disabilities.

Through our in-house enterprises and our partnership with Loughborough College, we provide individually tailored programmes to support our students to develop their independent living skills.

Our students have a range of disabilities including autism, communication problems, sight loss, learning difficulties and physical disabilities. Our aim is to help every one of our students prepare for adult life.

Hit the Bell Bar!

Cafe open Thursdays and Fridays, term time!

Students run the College catering facility, known as the Bell Bar. The Bell Bar provides food and refreshments for staff, students and visitors to the College. To find out more, please visit the Bell Bar page.

The Light Stuff
10 am - 3 pm

Tickle your taste buds with a sweet or savoury snack and a range of hot and cold drinks.

The Lunch Bunch
12 pm - 1 pm

Choose from our meal of the day, fresh rolls, toasted paninis, baguettes and jacket potatoes.

News & Events

Transfer to Sense College Loughborough

Posted: Tue, 08 Sep 2020 12:14

Transfer to Sense College Loughborough

Information about the College transfer to Sense.

COVID-19 Information

Posted: Fri, 24 Apr 2020 14:20

COVID-19 Information

RNIB College Loughborough's update on COVID-19

RNIB College Loughborough gets 'Good' news from Ofsted!

Posted: Tue, 07 Jan 2020 10:03

RNIB College Loughborough gets 'Good' news from Ofsted!

RNIB College Loughborough has again been rated 'Good' by Ofsted following a two-day inspection in November....

Walking in a Winter Wonderland at RNIB College Loughborough

Posted: Fri, 13 Dec 2019 14:19

Walking in a Winter Wonderland at RNIB College Loughborough

On Wednesday 11 December, parents and carers of current students were invited to RNIB College Loughborough's...


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"RNIB College Loughborough is a good college. Leaders and managers have put in place an ambitious curriculum that challenges students to be the best they can be. Students gain the skills they need to become valued members of the community, employees or volunteers."

Ofsted, 2019

Success Stories

  • Danielle has undertaken work placements at Tesco and Fearon Hall.

    Danielle, March 2019

    Danielle, March 2019

  • After developing her confidence at College, Ellie wanted to work in a café environment...

    Ellie, March 2019

  • Jake was really keen to move into paid employment once he finished College.

    Jake, March 2019

Autism Accreditation
Food Hygiene Rating