Brockenhurst College in the New Forest National Park delivers a wide range of A Level, vocational and apprenticeship programmes.
It also provides a Higher Education programme, skills and training courses for adults, as well as bespoke services to business.
The College has over 3,000 16-19 year old students and around 5,000 adult learners. In addition, it attracts a high proportion of international students and has its own staff delivering A Level programmes in schools China.
Exam results are consistently high, with excellent progression of students into university (22% to Russell Group), apprenticeships and directly into employment. Excellent partnership links with employers provide students with varied work experience, live briefs and next steps progression opportunities. The College also has a strong skills training programme for unemployed individuals, working with employers, including large retailers in Southampton.
A growing number of school pupils in Dorset who lacked the IT equipment for home learning during lockdown can now participate in lessons online thanks in part to two Brockenhurst College (@brockcollege) students.
Athletes on Brockenhurst College’s (@brockcollege) Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) are benefitting from regular online tutorials designed to help them remain focussed on their training during lockdown.
Scores of STEM learners in the developing world will enjoy new learning opportunities thanks to a large donation of surplus legacy equipment by Brockenhurst College’s (@brockcollege) Science department.
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