Eastleigh College has moved to online learning, as such campuses are closed to the vast majority of learners. The College remains open (including over the Easter holiday period) for 16-18 learners of key workers, and those learners with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). However, for both categories, learners are asked to stay at home where it is safe to do so. Consistent with public health advice, learners and staff are asked to follow public health guidance and the steps outlined via the 'read more' button.
Students were treated to an action packed Fayre on Wednesday, which provided a great ice-breaking opportunity for new students to meet each other through an array of fun activities such as a rodeo pig, football speed cage and human demolition.
The Fayre offered the opportunity to find out about the range of student services that Eastleigh College has available, as well as exhibitions from numerous local organisations and universities, including University of Portsmouth, University of Winchester and the Solent University Career Coach, providing ideas and information on what students can aspire to.
The Level 2 and 3 Dance students performed an impressive energetic dance routine on trampettes, and a barbecue was provided free to all attendees.
Charlie Hurst, a Skills for Independence and Work student commented:
"It's been a really good event with plenty going on. I've had the chance to speak to lots of new people."
To find out more about the range of courses on offer at Eastleigh College why not come along to our Full-Time Vocational Courses and Apprenticeships Open Event on Wednesday 2nd October and Thursday 17th October, 4.30-7.30pm, or telephone 023 8091 1299.
Following guidance received today from the Department for Education and Ofqual, we can provided reassurance to students who were due to sit GCSEs at Eastleigh College this summer.
Eastleigh College is delighted to announce that following the release of national government data, it has ranked 1st in Hampshire and 10th nationally against all other 6th form and further education colleges for its student achievement rates.