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Leicester College offers subject taster sessions for students in Years 10 and 11

Various after school sessions available up until Friday 25 March at College campuses

Leicester College is inviting students in Years 10 and 11 to attend taster sessions to experience its BTEC, T Level and vocational courses.

The sessions will take place outside of school hours so that students can attend without missing school and will be held at one of the College’s three main campuses, depending on the subject. The sessions will give students the chance to experience a sense of what it is like to be a Leicester College student and get a taste of the alternative curriculum it offers.

Students can take part in practical workshops and activities in the following courses:

Abbey Park Campus:

Childcare and Education



Health and Social Care

Motor Vehicle


Performing Arts


Sports and Fitness

Uniformed Public Services

Freemen’s Park Campus:



Hospitality and Catering

St Margaret’s Campus:


Business and Enterprise



Interested parties can click here to book a place.

Debi Donnarumma, Vice Principal of Study Programmes and Apprenticeships at Leicester College said: “Our taster sessions are a great way for students, who might be thinking about studying a BTEC or vocational course, to get a real insight into what the course involves and what it will be like studying at Leicester College. The interactive sessions, designed specifically for Year 10 and 11 students, will help them to decide on their future study options.”

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