A communication to students from Paul Wilson, College Principal, including a further update regarding OfQual’s announcements in relation to GCSE, AS and A Level qualifications that were due to be assessed this Summer.
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Student welfare needs
Comprehensive welfare support and guidance is available to any student studying at the college. For instance, if you are facing additional pressures, have caring responsibilities at home or are living independently then we then we will be there for you and we will work as sensitively and confidentially as we can to help.
We have a Student Welfare Officer who works closely with students, parents/carers and external agencies, according to individual need and circumstances.
Short term, confidential counselling is available to students on either campus may benefit from this type of support. If long term counselling is required, we will help to refer to the appropriate external providers.
We can all benefit from support at times, just don’t be afraid to ask!
For further advice or guidance please contact Academic Support.