Kings London is a modern independent college for ambitious students looking for a mature yet supportive learning environment and community in which they can express their own identity, explore theirinterests and achieve their ambitions. We support students to become responsible and independent learners, based on a mutual respect between staff and students. We provide a range of GCSE, A-level, Year 12 transfer and Art and Design Foundation programmes for day and boarding students. September and January start dates.
Kemnal Technology College represents a culture of high aspiration, high expectation and success. Our aim is to provide an outstanding learning experience for all students within a safe, disciplinedand caring environment. Our school has consistently delivered outstanding outcomes for boys. Students make good progress. Their performance in comparison with other boys was significantly above average (Ofsted 2013).
Bromley Adult Education College has a well deserved reputation for offering good quality part time adult education courses. These are taught by enthusiastic, experienced and well qualified tutors.From archery to yoga, counselling to silversmithing you really will find something of interest to you. Some courses lead to a qualification whilst others are designed to help you acquire new knowledge and develop new skills. In addition we offer a range of accredited courses to help you find work.
We strive to attain the high standards she established. In 1946, at the age of 18, Doreen Bird founded the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts which trades as Bird College - Dance, Music andTheatre Performance. As well as her unwavering commitment to achieving high standards in dance and theatre performance for her college, Doreen Bird was also an active and much respected teacher, examiner, committee and council member of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing.
Bromley College was founded in 1666 by the Will of John Warner, Bishop of Rochester to provide housing for "twenty poore widowes of orthodoxe and loyall clergiemen." The bishop had been deprived ofhis see and palace during the Commonwealth, when he spent years moving around the West Country, staying with relative and friends.
At Eltham College every pupil is known and valued as an individual. With excellent facilities, pupils are encouraged to perform at their highest level; in academia, sport, and our celebrated music,art and drama, there is scope for everyone to realise their potential.
Beckenham College is an independent tutorial College located in South East London specialising in practical Office and Business skills training. It was established over 45 years ago (BeckenhamSecretarial College, 1967) as a traditional secretarial college and has maintained a reputation in this area for excellence, thoroughness and professionalism.
A small unique college in the centre of Beckenham, we offer a range of subjects from GCSE to A level. The college's aim is to offer courses that "fit" the student. With this in mind students are givenfocused guidance in choosing a course of study that meets their requirements and are either prerequisites for university entry, hobbies, general interests or required for professional development. Courses for Teachers, Design and Fashion professionals are also offered at Pascals College.
Conisborough College offers a broad and balanced curriculum to around 900 girls and boys aged 11-16. I am extremely proud to be associated with Conisborough College. The school has made huge progressin recent times and under the leadership of Nick Langham, we are looking forward to an extremely exciting future. In terms of the progress and achievements our students are making, we are one of the most improved schools in London.
Staff and Students at John Ruskin College were delighted to receive a visit from Matthew Hancock, MP, Minister of State for Skills and Enterprise in order to officially open the College's newlyrefurbished Learning Resource Centre on Friday 13th June. Gavin Barwell MP and two local Councillors, Councillor Jason Cummings and Councillor Andy Stranack were also present at this event.