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Bradford College

14 to 16-year-olds

Part-time vocational courses


  • Childcare and Education
  • Construction
  • Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy
  • Motor Vehicle Studies

You’ll be in a small group and get lots of help from your tutor.

You’ll build up a portfolio showing your work.

These courses are great stepping stones to help you move on to further study or work.

If you have any queries, please email [email protected]

Full-time GCSE courses

We offer GCSE pathways for years 10 and 11.

Our Year 10 pathway includes GCSEs in:

  • English Language
  • Maths
  • Biology
  • Life Skills

In both pathways, you can choose a vocational option from:

  • Childcare and Early Years
  • Construction
  • Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy
  • Motor vehicle Studies

Our Year 11 pathway includes GCSEs in:

  • English Language
  • Maths
  • Biology
  • Religious Education

You will also have access to extra-curricular activities, including:

  • Cooking and Eating
  • Boxing
  • First Aid
  • Art and Crafts
  • Football/Sport

Our programme starts 12th September 2022.

Help and guidance

All students on our GCSE pathways have an Intervention Officer who will oversee your progress and pastoral care.

Learn English

The College also has courses specifically for young people who have English as a second language.

Our English for Speakers of Other Languages course combines English with maths, visual arts and local culture.

The courses are full-time and you will need to be assessed before you start the course to make sure we offer you the right level.

Electively home-educated learners

If you are the parent or carer of an electively home-educated learner aged 14 to 16 (school years 10 and 11), you can arrange for your child to learn part-time in College.

We expect to see evidence of engagement with the Local Authority EHE team before application, to show commitment to suitable home education.

You need to consider carefully their education provision for the remainder of the time.

The College will not be held responsible for the education of the learner, as any arrangement would be for part-time study only to supplement suitable home provision, which is entirely the responsibility of the parent/carer.