Welcome Teachers and Advisors
We work in partnership with schools careers advisers and the wider community, raising awareness of further and higher education and options at Stratford-upon-Avon College. We work closely with you to deliver tailored support suited to your student’s needs. We are here to help.
We help prepare your student for their transition to college by providing campus tours, looking at our facilities and courses available at Stratford-upon-Avon College, these can be tailored you your pupils needs.
To help your students prepare for college and job interviews, we can hold mock interview sessions, providing a realistic and informative experience to prepare them for the real thing.
We supply schools with hard copies of our 14-16 course guide, prospectus and paper application forms, we can provide additional copies on demand.
Stratford-upon-Avon College works collaboratively with the 14 – 19 Area Partnerships and Warwickshire Local Authority to deliver off-site learning opportunities. These opportunities complement the school curriculum and build on the foundations laid in KS3 mindful of progression; students have the opportunity to experience a more personalised curriculum and environments other than school.
Our School Liaison team is dedicated to raising awareness of post-16 opportunities and promoting the benefits of further education and apprenticeships to year 10 and 11 pupils via a number of services.
We offer tailored talks to groups in your school about careers, an overview of further education and its benefits, what to do next, and information about specific courses or departments at Stratford-upon-Avon College to your needs. Our presentations can be delivered in class, in assembly or small informal groups.
We hold our taster sessions on our campus to give your students the opportunity to experience college life and the wide range of subjects we offer.
Organising a careers event, parents evening or themed week? Our Schools Liaison team or members of our Curriculum teams are happy to help – we can be on hand at your event to offer information, provide employability or curriculum specific talks.