Open Day Open Day Saturday 5th Sept 12pm-2pm College vs School Sixth FormThe benefits of choosing College instead of a School Sixth Form. Now young people are required to stay in education or traininguntil they are 18 this means that you have several options to choose from and we can help you make the right decision for you.
All Hallows Catholic College is an all-ability Voluntary Academy for boys and girls aged 11 to 18. In addition to our traditional Catholic community we are pleased to welcome students from otherbackgrounds. We have a special relationship with the Anglican community through our Church of England partner primary schools. We are an all-ability college, which welcomes everyone, irrespective of social class or parents' ability to pay.
Whether you are still in school and wondering what to do next, looking to progress from further to higher education to gain a degree level qualification, wanting to retrain for a new career, or are anemployer aiming to raise your employees' skill levels above the competition, then you are in the right place. South Cheshire College's glowing Ofsted reports establish it as one of the country's top colleges, and the place to come and study in Cheshire.
I began my Foundation Course in 1989 with the Academy of Curative Hypnotherapy at The Tameside General Hospital Post Graduate Centre. Training in two widely different Hypnotherapy disciplines. Iquickly developed my preference for a more Naturalistic approach. After successfully completing the Foundation course with Sally Hamilton and Gail Gifford, I went on to complete the Advanced Course under the tutorship of one of the most respected names in the hypnotherapy field, Mr Norman Vaughton.
Mid Cheshire College is a thriving further education college with two centres located in Hartford and Winsford. We can realistically claim to be one of the most successful colleges in the country withOFSTED judging the College to be an "Outstanding" institution at our last major inspection.
Aquinas College is a Catholic sixth form college providing for some 1800 students over the age of sixteen. We were established in 1980, the college is owned by the Diocese of Shrewsbury and funded bythe Learning and Skills Council. The college's philosophy is based on the values contained in the Gospel, specifically those of freedom, justice and love. We welcome all young adults who wish to share in the Christian environment which we aim to foster.
When visitors come to our school they often say three things - how distinctive is our ethos, how forward looking we are and yet how well we focus on the really important aspects of our pupils'education. We push very hard on developing the values and beliefs to make our pupils into good people as well as providing the qualifications to enter the best universities in the country and on to influential careers.
Our students are ready for their departure into the wilderness. All of our bag packers from Stockport College will have limited internet connection and phone signal over the next 5 days, as theyembark on the next phase of their international adventure!
Trafford College is one of the leading providers of education and training in Manchester, offering quality, responsive provision which meets the needs of young people, adults, and employers alike. TheCollege has invested £50m over the past few years in world-class buildings and facilities. Our new £15million STEM centre opened its doors in 2013, providing the opportunity to ensure that Trafford and Greater Manchester stay at the forefront of Science and Technology innovation.
How to find the best college from higher education institutes? That won't be easier for sure unless you have very good resources that can actually take you close to this 'best' category of colleges.Education is something very important that human beings need to have in their life. And, for this reason, there are a lot of people trying to obtain their undergraduate or post graduate education from any university that has an excellent reputation.