Welcome to the new school year14/09/18
I hope that you had a fabulous summer with some of the best weather for a very long time. School is busy as ever with students excited to return and see some friends they haven’t seen for a while.Read More...
It was the busiest ever Post 16 Options Evening at Falmouth College, as hundreds of students and parents visited the school site to find out more about what could be the best options for them after their GCSEs. Following a welcome presentation delivered by Head of College Dr Matt Fox, visitors made their way to the college area of the school where staff and students had set up workshops and stalls in the study and common room areas.
Students and parents had the opportunity to learn more about a variety of subjects and discuss options with tutors and teachers. There was certainly no shortage of options, with over 30 courses to choose from at the College. There were also stands on display from partnership courses including, Plymouth Argyle Football Club, Falmouth University, Exeter University and the National Citizen Service.
The college is regionally and nationally high achieving, offering excellent benefits including: free transport from the surrounding areas, courses run in conjunction with Falmouth University and Exeter University, Medical and Coding Academies, bespoke Hair Academy, Cornwall Marine Network links to apprenticeships, small classes to ensure you get the attention you need and great results from a wide variety of courses.
Head of College Dr Matt Fox, was pleased with the response on the evening and hopes to see many of the same faces at Falmouth College in September. “It was fantastic to see the College so busy and everyone taking such a keen interest” he said. “Falmouth College is a vibrant, innovative and successful provider of post 16 courses for students in the Falmouth and Penryn area. We are very proud of Falmouth College and we are confident that we will continue to realise the high levels of success we are currently achieving with our next group of students.”