Peterborough International College's Mission is to make quality education accessible and reachable throughout the world, by bridging the gaps of borders, languages and knowledge discrepancies. PICseeks to achieve this within an environment which is intellectually stimulating both for staff and students and which is sensitive to national and international needs.
WOLC is an educational institute and established with a view to promote education in the region by offering variety of courses suiting diversified needs of various communities. WOLC Centre is situatedat an easily accessible location in the heart of Peterborough and it offers a secure and attractive environment in which each student is encouraged to fulfil his or her academic and personal potential.
Our course information evening is a drop-in event where you can find out more about what Moulton College can offer you. Join us to discuss our courses and career opportunities with specialist staff,and find out about our student services and transport network. A tour of our facilities is not available during this event, if you're interested in a tour please attend an Open Day event.
Each year, the lives of thousands of adults and young people are improved through their learning experiences at Peterborough Regional College and University. As one of Peterborough's largest servicesto its community, young people, adult learners and employers alike gain and profit from the knowledge, skills and qualifications that we imbed in them.
The Thomas Deacon Academy opened in 2007 and was one of the first Academies to be created. We are the largest, single, sponsored Academy in the country offering a personalised learning environment forstudents from the ages of 7 to 18 years old. Our modern facilities, new Junior College and 43 acre campus allow us to provide the ultimate in educational choice. Peterborough is now the fastest growing city in the country and there is fierce competition for places at our Academy.
City College Peterborough was founded in 1944 and has been providing adult learning ever since. But today, they have expanded their offering to include college courses, apprenticeships and workplacetraining for the Peterborough community. Originally known as the Peterborough Adult Institute, the College changed its name in 1970 to become the Peterborough College of Adult Education. At the same time the College found its new home at Brook Street, in the heart of Peterborough.
Welcome to the Hampton College website; I hope it will show you why we are so proud of our school. Hampton College opened in 2005 and has grown steadily each year since then. The school has enjoyedsignificant success in recent years, both in terms of recognition from OFSTED (three full inspections all Good or Outstanding) and in our public examination results.