We Are Weston
Welcome to Weston College! So you've applied for a course... now what? This page is where you can find information about the re-opening and approach to the new academic year, as well as helpful tips about making the most of being a Weston College learner.
We're Ready...Are You?
Info on re-opening and approach...
What Happens Next?
When applying for a course, you're actually applying for the subject are e.g. Sport. This means that once you get your GCSE results, we can put you onto the Level that is right for you. Whatever your results, there's a place for everyone here!
Once you have your GCSE results you will be able to complete the final stage, a pre-induction appointment in August/September. This is where we decide together, what level you should start on.
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When you enrol you're automatically part of the Student Union (SU). As well as organising fun events and activities, one of the elements is to ensure that your voices are heard on your course.
Student reps are nominated and pass on your feedback in order to make the college life even better.
Once a year the SU also runs a campaign to elect executive members including President, Vice President, Secretary and Campus Officers for each campus.
Here's a list of helpful items we think you should take a look at before starting in September!
What will you get as a student?
At Weston College, we are all about careers, not courses. Our study programmes are designed to meet your individual learning needs and will enable you to achieve your career goal. We want you to be confident and ready to meet the demands of learning, work and life. Each study programme is made up of the following key ingredients:
The Mhub is the central place within the college group for Mental Health.
The MHub provides a safe and quiet space for everyone with a mental health condition- informal drop ins are done here and learners also have access to a selection of self-help books.
When you start life at college, you can visit the hub on the 3rd floor at Knightstone campus at anytime.
If you're experiencing difficulty with regards to your mental health, click here to access useful online resources and to learn more about the support you can receive at college.
Our dedicated Welfare and Pastoral Support Service offers learners the opportunity to access information, advice and support for a wide range of issues which could impact on learning including - relationships, low thoughts & emotional worries, substance misuse, attendance concerns.