Stoke on Trent Further Education College is celebrating following its recent Ofsted inspection. Now rated as ‘Good’ the College has much to shout about.
We are very pleased to be able to share with you that Ofsted recently rated our College as ‘Good’.
The report describes the College ‘as a place where learners are highly motivated and well supported and where teachers and coaches have expert knowledge. Working well with employers in the community and a wide range of stakeholders, they ensure the best possible experience and progression for their learners, and identify skills that learners need to work in their chosen sectors.
‘Learners develop their English and maths skills and there is effective careers guidance to support them into employment, education or apprenticeships. They apply the skills, knowledge and professional behaviours they learn at the College in different contexts and develop effective employability skills. Learners have access to an extensive range of work placements and industry opportunities.’
Principal and CEO Lisa Capper MBE said “We are delighted with the outcome of the inspection. Thanks to our staff, governors and students there has been a tremendous collective effort across the College to get to this point and there is more to come. There are great opportunities ahead with our skills-based and technical curriculum and for the success of all of our students whatever age or stage they are at. Our ultimate ambition is to ensure all our students have a great experience and gain the skills needed to positively progress during their time with us.”
Ofsted Surveys for Learners, Parents and Employers
In preparation for Ofsted inspections, there is an opportunity for learners, parents and employers to make their views known about the service the College provides.
If you would like to make your views known, as a learner, parent or employer, please click on the relevant link below. You will need to register first of all, and then log in to complete the short survey, most of which is multiple choice.
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