Dear Access to HE students
We have today received further guidance regarding the arrangements for completion of your Access to HE course. Below are the key points that you should read in conjunction with the full guidance from the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA)
I know that you will have lots of questions. Please take the time to read the information provided by QAA in the following link: https://www.qaa.ac.uk/news-events/news/access-to-he-update-for-students-and-providers
Should you have any further questions after this time, your teachers will be available as always during your scheduled classes via Teams.
I have been amazed at the reports I have been receiving from your teachers about your continued dedication and commitment to your studies during these strange and unprecedented times and I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you wish you the very best for the future.
Derby College’s teaching moved online from Friday March 20 and Broomfield Hall has continued to support students whose parents are key workers or who are vulnerable.
Ofqual has set out details for schools, colleges, students, parents & carers on how GCSEs and A levels will be awarded following the cancellation of this year's exams.
Find everything you need to now on their website: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/gcses-as-and-a-level-awarding-summer-2020
We are still awaiting information from our vocational awarding body.
Derby College Group (DCG) is launching a new higher education study programme in partnership with The Open University which is designed to better prepare creative practitioners for the world of work.
Derbshire County Council is doing a large scale recruitment for care workers and children’s workers. These roles are flexible with short and long term contracts.
Following the government announcement to close schools and colleges, we are awaiting further information regarding how some qualifications will be graded. There has been initial information shared about A Levels and GCSE suggestions and the vocational courses will follow shortly
The first group of students at Derby College Group have graduated from a special programme designed to help them cope with the pressures of working life.
Derby College Group (DCG) has been officially recognised by a national charity for its commitment to support the personal development of its students.
A roadshow organised by Derby College Group (DCG) has toured several local schools to raise awareness about apprenticeship opportunities available to young people.
Derby College Group (DCG) has retained its 'Good' grading following a two-day short inspection in December.
Lord Burlington, Derbyshire’s High Sheriff and Chancellor of the University of Derby, has visited Derby College Group’s Broomfield Hall Land-based and Leisure college in Morley to meet students benefiting from higher education (HE) programmes.