Great courses for 14-16 students
Coming to College can be an exciting step - an opportunity to learn new things, get useful qualifications and meet new people. At Bradford College we have lots going on and great facilities.
Part-time vocational courses
We have a range of part-time vocational options for young people aged 14-16:
• Childcare and Education
• Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy
• Motor Vehicle Studies
You will be in a small group with lots of tutor input, and you will build up a portfolio about your studies. These courses are great stepping-stones to further study or employment.
Bradford College offers GCSE pathways for years 10 and 11.
Our Year 10 GCSE Pathway includes GCSE's in English Language, Maths, Combined Science and Religious Education. You can choose a vocational option from Childcare & Early Years, Construction, Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy, or Motor Vehicle Studies. You will also have the choice of an additional option as part of your studies, options include (but are not limited to), Cooking and Eating, Boxing, First Aid, Horticulture, Art & Crafts, and Football/Sport.
Year 10 programmes commence on 7th September, 2nd November and 4th January 2021.
Our Year 11 GCSE Pathway includes GCSE's in English Language, Maths, Biology and Religious Education (Short GCSE). You can choose a vocational option from Childcare & Early Years, Construction, Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy, or Motor Vehicle Studies. You will also have the choice of an additional option as part of your studies, options include (but are not limited to), Cooking and Eating, Boxing, First Aid, Horticulture, Art & Crafts, and Football/Sport.
Year 11 programmes commence on 7th September and 2nd November 2020 (please note there is no guarantee that we can take Year 11 learners after the November start date)
Each student will have access to an Intervention Officer who will oversee the progress and pastoral care whilst on the programme.
We also have a range of other full-time programmes available across the College. Please see the Further Education prospectus for more information.
Visit one of our Open Events to find out more.
Help with languages
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 Mathematics, visual arts and understanding local culture. The courses are full-time and students are required to undertake an assessment prior to starting the course to ensure the most appropriate level is offered.
Electively home-educated learners
Parents and carers of electively home educated learners aged 14–16 (school Years 10 and 11) can make arrangements for their child to learn part time in College. Bradford College would expect to see evidence of engagement with the Local Authority EHE team prior to application, to demonstrate commitment to suitable home education.
Parent/carers 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.
• Call: 01274 088088
• Email: [email protected]
NB: 14-16 year olds registered at a secondary school MUST be referred by the school. The College can not accept applications directly from young people and parents.