Resources for Schools

Schools' Portal

The Schools' Portal is now back up and runnning, if you would like a reminder of your username and or password, please contact Schools Liaison


Schools Liaison available for your school!

There are a range of activities that you are able to book for your school, these include:

  • Short presentations, during assemblies
  • Employability workshops
  • Mock interviews
  • Lunchtime ‘drop in’ sessions on various topics
  • Taster Days
  • Apprenticeship specific sessions - run by our Apprenticeship Experts
  • Student ambassadors available to engage with your students
  • Careers advisor available to discuss the Technical Professional offer at Eastleigh College
  • Skill sessions for staff

For information on any of the above please contact Schools Liaison



We want to give all young people the opportunity to thrive. To aid this during their transition from School to College we have developed the following materials which are free to download and use.

New for this term!

Personal Statements handy hints and tips.

Application Tick List, enabling applicants to make the most of their college application form.

Transferable Skills exercise. Ideal for those preparing personal statements.

Preparing for a College Interview.

What to expect at your Eastleigh College interview. We want all prospective students to enjoy every step of their journey with us. This sheet will help pupils better understand the process.


Transport for students in Warsash, Park Gate, Whiteley and Sarisbury Green

Due to an increase in the number of applications from this part of Hampshire, and no direct public transport currently in operation, we understand that getting to our College could prove difficult for students who live in these areas. 

We have therefore decided to trial a bus service from September to the College, that will follow the route below. This heavily subsidised travel is dependent on the number of students that join us for a full-time course in the autumn term and show an interest in this scheme.

The cost of the service will be £420 per academic year.  Should you choose to, you may pay in three interest free instalments of £140, prior to the start of each term. Should we not have enough students to run a bus service, the offer of a beneficial travel subsidy will be offered.

The route will stop at the following locations:

  • Sarisbury Green (Brook Lane)
  • Warsash (Village)
  • Locks Heath (Junior School)
  • Park Gate (A27)
  • Whiteley (Yew Tree Drive)
  • Eastleigh College

Please contact Schools Liaison for further information.


Interesting articles

Please find a host of relevant and recent articles that are hitting our headlines for you to browse.
In this article from the Telegraph, Anne Milton, Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills, discusses the merits of students not studying A levels. She highlights the importance of having a skilled workforce once we exit the EU and even draws on her personal Apprenticeship journey prior to becoming an MP. 
A pupil from East London questions the new GCSE system, as she believes she is be graded on her memory alone and is not able to be at all creative. Thankfully studying a Technical Professional course enhances thinking outside the box and doesn't measure you on memory alone.
Is the comparison of past year's GCSE results futile? This article from TES explores the changes in the system and why we shouldn't be jumping to any conclusions until everything has been properly evaluated.