At our most recent OFSTED Inspection in October 2018 we were awarded the grading of Good. Some of the key strengths identified were that we have established a strong culture of improvement at the College; that the large majority of students make good progress; we have established excellent partnerships within the local community; leaders and managers have put effective strategies in place to improve the quality of teaching, learning and assessment, which is now good; students enjoy their studies, are highly motivated to learn and work diligently during lessons; students benefit from well-resourced learning environments and a very high proportion of students progress into further education, higher education or employment.
We are constantly striving to fulfil our mission of becoming an outstanding centre for learning, providing outstanding outcomes for all of our students.
'Governors and senior leaders are committed to the strong ambition for the College set out in ‘Outstanding Vision 2020’, and they communicate this effectively to staff and other stakeholders. Clear and succinct strategic objectives, which focus on creating an inclusive college which provides high-quality education for students, support the college vision. Governors, leaders and managers have worked diligently since the previous inspection to rectify weaknesses and create a culture of improvement.' - OFSTED 2018