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We are a small independent specialist college and residential home in the heart of Shropshire

Our programmes support learners aged 18+ who have moderate to severe learning disabilities, profound and multiple learning difficulties and additional complex needs.


We’re dedicated to making sure all our learners reach their potential. Our education centre offers a holistic curriculum and individual learning plans focusing on communication, independence, functional skills and more.

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Our residential homes are nestled in communities in and around Shrewsbury. Residents receive the highest standards of care, regardless of whether they’re with us on a short break or a 52-week placement.

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There’s plenty for learners to see and do at Condover College. Our opportunities programme offers a range of fun activities out in the community or at our main site, Longbow House in Shrewsbury.

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About Us

Condover College was founded in 2004 by Steve McGill, a father who insisted on only the very best care for his son, Matthew.

Steve had struggled to find a college that catered for Matthew’s disabilities. He knew there was only one thing for it: he’d have to start a college himself.

Today, we’re continuing Steve’s legacy of providing first-rate care and opportunities for people with additional needs.

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News & Events

Physiotherapy and Hydrotherapy Programmes

April 15th, 2017|0 Comments

All the funded new learners now have physiotherapy programmes and hydrotherapy programmes. We have enjoyed getting to know the learners who began in September, and it feels like they have been here for ages. Now [...]

Speech and Language Therapy

December 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Since summer, The SLT Team have managed to get here, there and everywhere and involved in all sorts of projects.... Firstly, we have been involved in two of the charity events that have taken place [...]

Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme

December 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

This term purple group have been enjoying a taste of the great outdoors. They have been developing their camp craft skills preparing for the launch of the Duke of Edinburgh Award next year. Tutors are [...]


“I would say our son’s biggest achievement has to be their self-esteem. They now have a sense of self-worth I have never seen in them before”

“I really can’t praise the staff enough; they are so caring. We thoroughly enjoy our time up there, not just with our daughter but with other people and staff. Staff are welcoming – very much so.”