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Our Offer

We offer a wide range of courses* at the College, reflecting the diversity of our students, providing choice and enabling them to pursue their future pathways.  

We have a specialist team of teachers who have studied at many of the top universities, some of whom are also examiners writing and assessing A Level examinations. We support our students to develop high level academic skills throughout their time at the College and encourage academic and personal independence as well as developing the key personal qualities of enquiry and resilience.  90% of our students go on to university, many to Russell Group institutions, studying a wide range of subjects from Medicine to Law and International Relations to Fashion. 
We also support students who choose alternative pathways through Further Education, apprenticeships and employment.  Each student is individually guided to make the right choices for their future through a one week work experience placement in year 12 and one to one support from a personal academic tutor throughout the duration of their studies.
Teachers really support and encourage you to pursue a career you will enjoy. With the support I’ve received I gained the confidence to apply for Cambridge University.
As part of the College curriculum, all students take part in a fortnightly timetabled tutorial session called Personal Careers Development (PCD).  This is an opportunity for students to meet their personal tutor who can support them in all aspects of their personal and professional development.  PCD also gives students the opportunity to participate in activities with other members of their year group, supporting their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.  PCD enables students to think about and prepare for their futures with sessions covering topics such as careers guidance, UCAS and personal finance.  Student feedback has continuously confirmed that PCD is an invaluable part of being a student at such a supportive College.
*all course are provisional subject to numbers