Take a fresh look at Stafford College
You may have already noticed some changes at Stafford College as we're currently transforming the estate to provide an outstanding student experience.
In November 2016 Stafford College officially merged with Newcastle-under-Lyme College, the highest performing further education college in Staffordshire. The merger represents a significant milestone in the history of the both colleges and the dawn of a new era, which brings with it the return of A Levels to Stafford College, a successful team from Newcastle-under-Lyme College with extensive sector experience and significant financial investment in to our campus and student facilities, Principal and Senior Management Team now managing both campuses.
The move from school to college represents a pivotal phase of a student's academic journey and choosing the right college and right course is crucial.
Why Stafford College?
- New A-level and combined courses created with input from influential local employers such as GE, NHS, Capula and Siemens.Our pathways are designed to address the skills needs of key employers in the region.
- The new £3.5 million Science & Technology Centre is now open.
- Experienced and successful leadership team who are committed to delivering real change and opportunities for students.
- New Honours Programme for academically gifted and talented A-level students aiming for places at a prestigious university or on a competitive programme of study such as medicine.
- Bespoke study programmes which include a main programme of study, maths and/or English*, work experience/development of employability skills and enrichment opportunities including overseas trips, campus events, guest lectures and much more.
- Outstanding pastoral and academic support to assist with everything from finances, welfare, and learning support to UCAS applications and target setting.
- Expert teaching and learning with student focused delivery.
- Conveniently located in the town centre with all courses being taught on one campus.
*applicable to students who do not achieve GCSE English & maths grades A*-C (9-4)