Young people will be able to start college at 14 and study a mixture of academic and work-related qualifications.
Under the Government's new 14-16 Study programmes, we are now inviting enquiries from parents interested in giving their children an alternative to school, starting full-time at the beginning of term in September 2016. If you are interested in studying a vocational specialism, in Hair & Beauty, Motor Vehicle or Engineering, on a part-time basis, which will be one day per week whilst still remaining at school then contact us for more information on the current school links that we have in place.
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