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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Abbey Gate College is an independent coeducational day school set in beautiful grounds at Saighton Grange, some three miles south of the City of Chester. The College has some excellent facilities, butwe pride ourselves in being a small school where children matter, ensuring that pupils, teachers and parents know one another fostering a real sense of community.