Kidderminster College is a division of NCG, one of the largest education, training and employability organisations in the UK. NCG's purpose is: Unlocking Potential Through Learning. With a nationwidenetwork of colleges and training centres, we work with more than 20,000 businesses and 133,000 learners every year, regionally and nationally, to help them reach their full potential and build a talented workforce through high quality training.
I am delighted to welcome you to Ludlow College, and hope you will find what you are looking for on our website. If you need any help, please ring me or a colleague and we will endeavour to answeryour questions about learning with us in Ludlow. Ludlow College is a unique sixth form college, situated in the centre of Ludlow, a mediaeval town in the Marches of South Shropshire.
Queen Elizabeth Humanities College is a small 11-16 fully comprehensive school, situated in the tranquil surroundings of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside in the historic market town ofBromyard. The school draws students from a feeder area covering approximately 25 square miles. The school has outstanding ICT facilities throughout for all curriculum areas and for the support of extra-curricular activities, events and other student interests and needs.
Ofsted Inspection - EMC is a GOOD school. TRANSPORT ANNOUNCEMENT - Are you eligible for free or subsidised transport to EMC? See our Admissions & Transport page for more information. Check out themost recent EMC News! The reason we are a Good College is that we work very hard at being one: we have unlimited ambition. All Staff and Governors share our aspiration that students can and must do well. We know that parents and carers feel exactly the same.
As the new Headteacher of Bishop Perowne C of E College, my vision is to make it a school of choice in the area and an exceptional learning environment that goes 'the extra mile'. I have come fromWolverley CE Secondary School where I was Deputy Headteacher and one of the key contributors in driving significant changes to aid the recent excellent Local Authority review of the school. At Bishop Perowne, I want to see students achieving academic and personal success to increase their future choices.
Heart of Worcestershire College is a Further and Higher Education College that offers a wide range of full time and part time courses in a diverse range of specialist subject areas. Please note, Heartof Worcestershire College was previously Worcester College of Technology and North East Worcestershire College. The two colleges merged on August 1st 2014.
Our high standards are evident in a number of areas - academic, sporting, artistic, cultural and behaviour. We will never compromise on these high standards - and we will commit ourselves to helpingour children to be the best they can be. In the last eight years our examination results have risen from 31% of pupils getting 5A* - C grades to a record 99.4%. This makes us the most successful school in Dudley and one of the top 100 most improved schools nationally.
Concord College is a highly academic independent international school in England for day and boarding students. We welcome students from all over the world and the local area into our vibrant andvaried community. Girls and boys between the ages of 13 and 19 enjoy fabulous facilities on our safe 80 acre campus set in the heart of the English countryside. We expect our students to achieve the highest standards and to gain entry to top universities in the UK.
On Monday, 20th April, Julie Ferman (Head of Year) and Liz Cole (College Counsellor) attended the second annual YSS (Youth Support Services) Worcestershire Young Carers conference. The conference,which was held in Hartlebury, was organised by the young carers themselves with the support from the communications agency DRP. HRH The Princess Royal attended the conference as patron of YSS and gave a keynote speech to promote the work of YSS.
Meet one of our Year 10 students Amy and find out what she gets up to at NCW, how life has changed since she joined the College and the kinds of IT equipment she uses to access her work. This film hasbeen produced in partnership with NCW and Dolphin Computer Access who have a shared goal to deliver support and tools to enable students who are blind or partially sighted to realise their full potential and become independent.