A wide range of businesses and organisations who work with Derby College Group (DCG) to better prepare students for the world of work have been officially recognised.
Fashion designers, filmmakers, musicians, artists, designers and performing artists – our students are a talented bunch! Whilst they haven’t had the chance to physically put on their showcase as Derby college, there is no need to miss out on seeing work from the next generation of creative talent. Select your course area of interest from the categories below to browse our students fantastic work.
With many Year 11 school pupils still uncertain about their options after GCSE results are announced, Derby College Group (DCG) is holding another three virtual open days to support young people make the transition into further education.
Derby College Group (DCG) has been chosen by the government as one of a further 18 schools and colleges to become ‘edtech demonstrators’.
Young people and adults who are unsure of their next steps can now contact Derby College Group’s careers team via a virtual chat room for impartial advice and guidance.
Derby College Group (DCG) has remained open for certain students to attend Broomfield Hall and for children at the Little Explorers Nursery also at Broomfield Hall.
Further guidance has been published about which technical and vocational qualifications can be assessed by the College (along with A levels and GCSEs) and those which require additional assessment before they can be completed and claimed this summer.
Please be assured that, as soon as we have final confirmation, teachers and tutors will communicate specific details to their students.
Take a look at the Government's whole framework.
As I am sure you are aware, on 10th May 2020, the government gave further guidance regarding the reopening of educational settings for a minority of students from 1st June 2020, in addition to children of key workers and those who are vulnerable.
See link The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy (FYI - FE Colleges are mentioned on page 30 Step Two of the Government strategy)
In response to this recent government guidance, the management within DCG are now working with key support teams (including Health and Safety/Estates and Facilities etc) in order to undertake a full risk assessment and identify detailed plans which reflect government advice to ensure we can accommodate more students safely.
As I am sure you can appreciate, we need to get this right and as soon as we have our plans in place we will communicate these to you. I am sure you appreciate that our priority is to keep students, staff and parents/carers safe.
I hope you and your families are well.
Derby College Group (DCG) is holding three virtual open days this month to support Year 11 pupils considering their options this September.
Virtual learning and studying at home are not just the ‘new normal’ for young people across the county – it is also the challenge facing hundreds of adult students at Derby College Group (DCG) who are juggling their studies with work and family life.
Derby College Group (DCG) is forging ahead with adapting work spaces for the first students who will join the new T Level programmes this September.