All members of the community of St Joseph's College share the commitment of the headteacher and governing body to provide the best possible education for all students. The drive to maintain highstandards and make the school even better is impressive. The school's welcoming and inspiring atmosphere supports student's spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Our Governors are members of the City of Stoke-on-Trent College Corporation, a legal entity whose role is to shape the overall direction of the College, ensure that senior management set high andambitious standards and to ensure that the College's resources are used efficiently and effectively.
At the governors meeting held on 11th May it was unanimously agreed to proceed with the proposal that both schools NCHS - The Science College and Clayton Hall Business and Language College convert tobecome academies and create a Multi Academy Trust from 1st September 2015. Governors would like to thank all stakeholders who participated in this consultation and they look forward to using this change to academy in their continued drive to raise standards for our children.
With an Apprenticeship, you can earn money while you're learning and gain recognised qualifications as you work. As employees, Apprentices earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gainjob-specific skills. Off the job, usually on a day-release basis, Apprentices receive training to work towards nationally recognised qualifications. Apprenticeships can take between one and four years to complete depending on the level of Apprenticeship, the Apprentices' ability and the industry sector.
Initially created by Eva Cartwright in 2009 with focus on raising standards in Early Years provision. The Early Years College is currently providing qualifications and working closely with Early Yearssettings in throughout the UK and in over 20 countries around the world including Dubai, Vietnam and Luxembourg.
Throughout its long and proud history, Westwood College has always valued individuals and individualism. The ethos of the school has had an unswerving commitment to ensuring that all the students havean equal chance to make good use of the education that the school has offered, in order to help them choose their future patterns of life and take full advantage of their opportunities in society.
Welcome to Denstone College, a coeducational boarding and day school set in beautiful grounds in rural Staffordshire. Here your children are encouraged to embrace possibility, both inside and outsidethe classroom. High academic achievement is a priority and we work hard to enable pupils to develop as individuals and find their own personal strengths.
We aim to offer a broad and balanced education with an emphasis on respect for others. We provide a traditional environment in terms of care and welfare of children and young adults. In essence, weseek to develop all pupils to their full potential and to enable them to find their place in the modern world. As a community we have developed a policy of openness to the parents of our pupils, we encourage them to visit us regularly.
All our campuses are really easy to get to either by car, train or public or College bus. Every year, over 4000 young people choose us. Why? Because College life is fun, interesting and varied. What'smore, we have great facilities to learn in; including a zoo (with over 1000 animals) and equestrian centre, both of which are situated in a 180 hectare country estate, an art gallery, a motor vehicle workshop, stylish hair and beauty salons, high quality restaurants, a gym and a nursery.
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