I can't believe the time has come already for my son to be leaving school! I would like to thank you for your help and support over the past 3 years. He has really enjoyed his time as a member of yourtutor group and at TCC. He has grown (physically!) and academically into a mature young man with a great personality and a wicked sense of humour! Your support and guidance has been crucial to this!
St Joseph's feels different. And that's the way we like it! Our unique environment is shaped by our ethos, which combines strong Christian values with a distinctive approach to supporting andnurturing each individual child within a friendly, family setting. Our Latest News and Newsletters provide examples of the weekly, daily and even hourly opportunities and challenges that our pupils embrace in both academic and extra-curricular life of the School.
West Suffolk College is a rural further education college with its main campus located in Out Risbygate and Construction and Building Services at The Milburn Centre, Anglian Lane, both within Bury StEdmunds. In addition, we serve our rural community through Local Learning Centres in Haverhill, Ipswich, Mildenhall, Stowmarket and Sudbury. The Haverhill, Mildenhall, Stowmarket and Sudbury centres are also designated Leap centres.
The Sixth Form College, Colchester is one of the most successful colleges in the country and maintains an outstanding local and national reputation. The College's aim is to provide broad, high qualityacademic and general education programmes to our 16-19 year old full time students. It is very secure in terms of both finances and student admissions and currently has approximately three thousand full time students on roll, most of whom are following two-year AS/A Level courses.
We provide safe, nurturing homes and educational environments on varying sites for young people from the age of 11 to 19 who need Care & Education packages, Care only placements (these YP may attendother schools or may not require education) or Education only placements. The Secure Base Model (developed by Gillian Schofield & Mary Beek, University of East Anglia) is used throughout the organisation. It has its roots in theory and research in attachment, and also resilience.
Colchester College is dedicated to imparting knowledge through an extensive and comprehensive range of qualifications, all designed to suit the needs and requirements of each and every individualstudent. Our Colchester based modern facilities, as well as a dedicated staff, combine to create a welcoming and accepting environment for all our students.
Recognising that high quality education and training to meet individuals' needs is essential, we offer a broad range of courses and qualifications to suit a wide scope of learning preferences, stylesand situations. Although we are a specialist in shipping, logistics and international trade, and offer a wide range of qualifications for the diverse sector, we provide a wide range of subjects that promote business, management and enterprise.
Wymondham College is a unique state day and boarding school offering an educational experience unlike any other. We are an inclusive and caring community with a concern for the individual which beliesour size and a philosophy which celebrates the education of the whole person above mere success in league tables. As a state funded school we provide free education to all students who are entitled to be admitted to the College.
As a school we aim to achieve, 'excellence with care' in all that we do. High expectations are central to this: high expectations of academic and creative achievements and high expectations ofstudents' appearance and behaviour. When they leave the College we hope that they are confident individuals equipped to face the challenges of further education or employment.
The Educational Centres Association is a practice-based organisation concerned with adult education and lifelong learning. Its work in the arts and cultural sectors complements the role of itsconstituent institutions and organisations. These extend across the range of Adult Community Learning, FE Colleges and HE. In England much of this work is funded by the Learning & Skills Council, LSC, with which we have effective relationships at national and local levels.