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St Boniface's College is a Roman Catholic Christian Community. It is committed to striving for excellence in all its members through the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum involvingspiritual, moral, cultural, academic, social and physical education, delivered to the whole young person. All teaching and learning is done within the context of the teaching of the Catholic faith.
Marine Academy Plymouth is the UK's first Marine Academy; it's a state-funded specialist secondary school with three sponsors who are the Plymouth University, Cornwall College and Plymouth CityCouncil. It's now an all-through school incorporating a nursery, primary school, secondary school and Sixth Form. Plymouth evolved as a city because of the sea, and its future prosperity depends on it and this is why the very first 'marine' academy has been opened here.
At College Road we take a flexible and creative approach to learning. We have designed a skills-based, exciting curriculum which has learning at its' heart, centred on the Building Learning Powersinitiative developed by Guy Claxton. In addition to this, we are committed to involving the children, parents and governors of the school in helping staff to construct our curriculum, via the 'Real MAD Voices' group.
The University of Plymouth is the 9th largest University in the United Kingdom by total number of students (including the Open University). It has over 30,000 students, almost 3,000 staff and wasfounded in 1992 from Polytechnic South West (formerly Plymouth Polytechnic). It has courses in maritime business, marine engineering, marine biology and Earth, ocean and environmental sciences, surf science, shipping and logistics.
We offer centrally located, safe, secure and private student accommodation in Plymouth. Our aim is to make you feel at home while you study here in Plymouth. All of our properties are a close to thehustle & bustle of the town centre and of course The University of Plymouth & Plymouth College of Art and Design. If you intend to study at The University of St. Mark & St. John then there are regular buses which can be taken from bus stops close to our properties.
Study here and you'll be taught by highly skilled tutors and supported by expert technicians. Our commitment to our students is second to none, in workshops, studios and beyond. Our tutors won't justset assignments and leave you to get on with it. Open and approachable, they're committed and involved in the whole college community, living and breathing art. As artists, they know how important it is to trial ideas and share expertise.
To be a College with a national reputation for promoting opportunity, enterprise and employability. To be the South West's leading provider of innovative, skills-based vocational education andtraining by supporting partnerships for growth, raising aspirations and enabling wealth creation.
At Oakwood Court College every student matters and their future independence and success is at the forefront of all that we do. It is a friendly place to live, work and learn offering a great varietyof academic and vocationally focused programmes. Students have a wide range of, interests, backgrounds, abilities and ambitions. There is always plenty going on and lots to do at weekends and evenings.
Julie made the move from a career in Personnel Management and Training to begin her counselling training in 2000. She now works in a series of different roles both in her own Private Practice, acounselling agency and with local businesses and charities where she supervises individuals and groups. Julie is an insatiable optimist whose way of working is warm, intuitive and practical.