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Student support

We pride ourselves on our ability to support each and every student throughout their college experience. We always go the extra mile to make sure our students have the resources, people and care they need to enjoy their time with us.

Pastoral support

Every 16-18 year old student is allocated a Progress Coach who will continuously monitor their progress and offer advice ad guidance. This might be through one-to-one sessions, group tutorials, monitoring attendance and performance, and helping to prepare you for your next steps in education or employment.

ASPIRE tutorial programme
All of our students will also take part in the ASPIRE tutorial programme, which aims to support your personal and social development. Guest speakers from universities and companies such as Cheshire Police and the NHS will come into college to deliver talks on a whole host of topics including mental health, careers, UCAS, drive safe, volunteering and British Values.

We also offer additional support for our students in the following areas:

We’re here to help

Feedback from learners, parents and visitors to our college is always positive regarding the care and support we provide. No matter what support is needed we can help.

Our student support team is located in Learner Services.

01925 494400


We are committed to ensuring all of our students are able to attend college in a safe and secure environment. As well as providing dedicated Safeguarding Officers, all college staff are trained in safeguarding practices, ensuring we follow strict policies and procedures designed to protect you.

16 – 19 Tuition Fund Statement

View the college’s statement on the use of the 16 – 19 tuition fund 2 September 2021.