We aim to help you with any problems you may encounter while studying and make sure you know about the services available to you. For any support you may need, you can speak to our Matrix Accredited Learner Services Team at ‘The Castle’; our campus-based support hub.
This new facility represents the work we do to ensure that students begin their careers with a flying start and industry insight.
Our Careers Team can provide information and advice on employment options, interview techniques, writing your CV, and more. You can access one-to-one interviews, drop-in sessions, and a wealth of information to make sure you have the right skills and knowledge for your chosen profession.
Specific individual support is available to students who are eligible for Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA). This includes assistive technology, study skills support, note-taking assistance, and exam access arrangements. For further information on DSA, please visit www.gov.uk/disabled-students-allowances-dsas.
Learners who are not eligible for DSA may still be granted exam access arrangements.
We will take all reasonable steps to ensure barriers between students and academic achievements are removed, and that all students feel included. If you have any questions about support with disabilities or learning difficulties, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01252 407344.
A free, confidential counselling service is available on-site to help you with personal or emotional issues of all kinds and signpost you to services that can help. Our Student Health and Wellbeing Advisor can also provide general help to all students.
We want to remove barriers to education for those students who come from backgrounds where disproportionately fewer people take on higher education courses. This includes particular residential areas and ethnic minorities which see low numbers of people joining university. We offer a £500 Guaranteed Bursary to all of those who are eligible to help remove barriers. For full terms and conditions and eligibility, please see our finance webpage.
Our popular nursery provides daytime childcare for local families, students, and staff. Bookworms Nursery has its own dedicated area situated within our campus, containing a specialised Baby Room, Toddler Room, Pre-school Room and an outdoor play area. Childcare is available during term-time for children aged three months to four years. Make an enquiry or arrange a visit today.
Our experienced staff are devoted to providing a safe and enjoyable environment, which encourages children to learn and play. For those living locally, Bookworms could be a suitable alternative to childminders, or nurseries and crèches situated further away. The nursery is also popular with our students and staff, who can feel reassured knowing their child is being cared for in close proximity while they study and work.
You can contact Bookworms Nursery at 01252 407080 or email email@example.com if you have any questions, would like to meet the Manager and their team, or would like to see the nursery and creche facilities.
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