Student Success

Students Excel on BTECs

Over a third of students achieved a Triple Starred Distinction (equivalent to three A* at A Level) and over half have achieved a Triple Distinction (equivalent to three A*at A Level). Our students are very successful in gaining University places or employment. In fact, 100% of all students who wanted to go to study for a degree gained good University places.

Opportunities for Everyone

We strive to ensure that every student at North Shropshire College is treated the same regardless of background, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious belief, disability, family circumstances, or the community where they live.

They will not be treated any differently from anyone else at the College. It also means that we will not put up with bullying. We will not tolerate anyone who threatens, picks on or isolates another student or a member of staff. College staff are committed to giving all students an equal chance to learn and achieve their goals.

There is an on-going programme of action and monitoring, which seeks to identify and eliminate all forms of discrimination, whether intentional or unintentional. The College’s Single Equality Plan is published on the College website.

Personal Support

We pride ourselves on providing friendly, proactive and individualised support to meet the diverse needs of our students.

You can expect:

  • A Personal Tutor who will provide support for you on your course, and will monitor your progress and attendance, ensuring you stay on track to achieve your full potential

  • Individual learning plans (Promonitor) for all full-time students, with electronic access at College and at home to help you monitor and track your own performance

  • A dedicated student services team offering advice on student finance and welfare issues, and additional learning support.

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