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14-16 [UPD]

The College was shortlisted for the award following a tremendous range of local community work undertaken by students in Engage. Craig Dowell, Programme Area Leader for Engage 14-16, at the Peterlee Campus, said:



For more information, please call the Student Services Team on 0191 518 8222, use LiveChat or contact Greg Corcoran, the Curriculum Director for 14-16, on 0191 518 5537.

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From the moment you walk through our doors for the first time, you will find tutors providing the highest standards for learning and excellent opportunities to progress to a dream job or further study - all the way up to degree level. You will benefit from smaller class sizes, individual support and a secure zone dedicated to learners at the 14-16 College. You will have a clear progression route into further and higher education within the College, which will provide the opportunity to specialise in your chosen career.

Studying at 14-16 College means you will choose two specialist vocational subjects from a range of pathways. Studying over two years, you will gain in-depth knowledge, practical skills and expertise in their chosen pathways. All vocational qualifications are equivalent to GCSEs and will help you to gain a fuller understanding of their chosen industries.

14-16 College offers more choices for students currently in Year 9. Students joining the college will still study for GCSEs in core subjects such as English, maths and science. They will choose an option to study over two years from history, business and enterprise or digital media.

Hull College has a strong background in working closely with 14-16 students, creating the Energy League, for those students displaced by the closure of David Lister School, in 2011 and having a long history of working in partnership with schools in Hull, Goole and the East Riding to provide vocational courses. 14-16 College was launched in 2011 and has enjoyed continuous growth ever since, allowing us to celebrate the fantastic progress made by employable young people each and every year.

Students will study core GCSEs including English, maths and science. Every student at 14-16 College will follow a programme individually tailored to them through their option blocks, vocational choices and life skills development classes, ensuring they get the most from their studies to support progression and employability skills.

No. Only select colleges have been given Government permission to launch provision for students aged 14-16. Those approved have to meet set criteria: an Ofsted rating of Outstanding, Good, or Satisfactory and improving, and they must have a secure, separate area to house the 14-16 College. 14-16 College is led by a different team to the rest of the main college and had its first Ofsted monitoring visit in March 2014, achieving the best possible outcome. Following on from this, the 14-16 College was rated 'Good' in its first full Ofsted inspection in November 2015, moving up to 'Outstanding' in May 2019 and maintained key areas in March 2022, although it no longer gains a separate grading from the main college.

After receiving an application, we will write to parents/carers to invite the potential student, along with a parent/carer, to an informal meeting which will provide the opportunity to discuss areas of interest, current levels of study at school, areas of support and any other additional information that would assist in supporting the student. The key focus is to ensure that the 14-16 College meets expectations and needs, and parents and young people understand and can discuss the requirements to study in a more grown-up environment. The responsibilities for young people to do so requires commitment. Following this meeting, a letter will be sent out to confirm the outcome of the application.

In exchange for commitment and hard work, students will be able to take advantage of the many benefits of studying at 14-16 College. We are proud of every student that joins us and look forward to welcoming each individual to do their very best and succeed, regardless of starting points.

You will learn in a secure zoned area for 14-16 students, but benefit from access to the larger college campus, along with our vocational specific and industry-standard training facilities and equipment.

We can offer you not only the subjects you wish to study, but an environment where you can develop your employability skills - focusing on personal motivation, support, wellbeing, team work and respect in a more adult environment. You will develop knowledge, awareness and understanding throughout your time at 14-16 College with a supported curriculum linked to real life learning skill sessions, citizenship project learning and enrichment activities alongside next steps progression sessions in year 11.

At 14-16 College, a wide network of systems are in place to ensure the safety, development and well-being of each and every student. Like many schools, students will have access to a school nurse, counselling support, safeguarding, mentors and support workers. You will also find that your tutors have supporting roles also and everyone is there to ensure your days, weeks, months and years are the very best they can be.

Once you have decided on your preferred programme, your school or parents are encouraged to contact the 14-16 team to complete a referral form. You will be invited to attend a taster session at college for your chosen course. This gives us an opportunity to get to know more about you and your interests. It also gives you a chance to find out more about the programme and how it will support your future plans. Your school or parents will be advised whether you have a place on your chosen course and they must confirm that they are happy to fund it. We will then confirm your place and send out the relevant paperwork, such as parental consent forms, to your home address, so that you are ready to start in September. 041b061a72


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