St Lawrence College
St Lawrence College provides a first class education for boys and girls from 3 to 18 years. Located in Ramsgate within easy walking distance of the sea, the school is set in a safe, spacious campus
Hilderstone College
With 45 years of experience, and an international reputation for quality, Hilderstone College is an accredited English language school with a range of English language courses, Cambridge and IELTS
Canterbury College - Business
We will be sending our Newsletter to our Alumni, every quarter, keeping you up to date with what is happening at Canterbury College. Canterbury College was established in 1947 and is now one of the
Dance College Whitstable
Dance College Whitstable continues the ethos of the Deborah Capon College, providing a much needed opportunity for vocational courses in both theatre and teacher training, with a focus on the
Warnborough College
Warnborough College was founded in Oxford in 1973. From its very beginning as a small, independent college for adult education, Warnborough College has been committed to academic quality based on its
Chaucer Conferences
Our first site, Chaucer College, is an award-winning purpose-built college on the University of Kent campus in Canterbury, welcoming Japanese university students. Our second site, Kingsgate (near
Astor College For The Arts
Cadets throughout their time in cadets can achieve many scholarships and certifications in flying, gliding BTEC Level 2, First Diploma and GCSE equivalents in Uniformed Services. We provide pathways
Abdo College
In 2001 The Association of British Dispensing Opticians (ABDO) established their own College, ABDO College, as a centre of excellence raising the standards in optical education for the whole
Faversham College & Tutor Centre
Centre Manager Olga Preston has been a qualified teacher for 15 Years and has for the last five years run a successful tutor centre in Southend on Sea, helping many students to gain a higher level at
Pent Valley Leisure Centre
Lottie Schulze attended the Holocaust Memorial Day activity at the People's History Museum in Manchester on Monday. The English Department at Pent Valley honoured Shakespeare week in dramatic fashion