14-16 Education at City College
14-16 at City College is the beginning of your future.
We currently work with schools throughout Southampton and Hampshire in providing opportunities and improving the choices at 14-16.
Our dedicated team are working to create tailored education based on the individual's needs, to ensure that the student succeeds within the college and ultimately prepare them for a successful future.
We have high expectations from the learner as this is a fantastic opportunity, we will support the student every step of the way and provide them with information, knowledge, advice and guidance.
What do we offer schools and 14-16?
As part of your Key Stage 4 school curriculum, you can study a wide range of vocational courses at City College including:-
- Catering and Hospitality
- Hair and Beauty
- Motor Vehicle
This is ideal if you want a practical option where you learn the specific skills needed for the career you want to follow.
You can even work towards a nationally accredited qualification at Level 1.
We are always keen to increase our links with schools and so our dedicated recruitment team is here for you.
Please contact Paul Herbert, Lee McMahon or Bridget Denney on 023 8057 7492 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Studying Key Stage 4 qualifications at City College
- City College Southampton is an exciting place in which to learn. KS4 students will be treated like all other students at City College. The new state-of-the art campus has a wide range of excellent facilities for students to use including a cafeteria and snack bar.
- Students will be treated and expected to behave like adults and as such are responsible for their own work and behaviour, kit and equipment as required. Students who arrive at College without the correct kit or equipment will not be able to take part in the lesson.
- The College Code of Conduct details how we expect students to behave on the College campus. All students must read, sign and agree to the College Code of Conduct before starting their course. Should KS4 students not attend College for any reason their School will be informed, as would any inappropriate behaviour by the student. City College also feedback to the student’s school on a regular basis to advise how well the student is coping with the course.
- Students who are part of the Schools Partnership programme are recognised for their work and achievement at the College.