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Term Dates


Please follow this link for a full copy of 2017/18 term dates



Please follow this link for a full copy of 2018/19 term dates

Enrolments begin from Wednesday 22nd August 2018 and staged induction takes place from Monday 3rd September.

Information will be contained in enrolment confirmation letters about induction and specific start dates/times for each student.

Our Mission and Values

Inspiring... Achieving... Progressing...


Our mission is to inspire you, to help you to achieve all that you can and to help you to progress to a successful and fulfilling future.


We place great importance on your personal aspirations and ambitions, as well as being committed to understanding and meeting your needs as an individual. Our students enjoy their time here and we work hard to ensure every individual succeeds in order to fullfil their potential and progress.


All that we do is guided by our core values and these are listed below;

- Ambition & Excellence

- Mutual Respect

- Democracy & Inclusion

- Liberty

- Accountability

- Integrity


Click for a summary mission and values


The college regularly reviews our mission and values, as part of producing a rolling 3 year development plan.  If you would like to comment on our current or future plans, or if you are able to to support us in the delivery of any aspect of the plan, please contact us using the following e-mail link:


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Parents' evenings

At the start of the new academic year the Principal and Senior Management Team are delighted to welcome all new parents to the college for an evening of information and discussion.

New Parents' Evening - This is by invitation and is provisionally scheduled for mid September. It provides an interesting and valuable opportunity to discuss;


-Any feedback or queries parents may have.

-An opportunity to give us feedback about how any of our processes could be improved.

-Feedback about your son or daughter's experience of their first few weeks

Ongoing monitoring - Each student works jointly with his or her teachers or Personal Supervisor to regularly monitor progress against target grades for each course being studied. Parents and students can discuss progress with teachers at any stage during the year, but there are two Parents' evenings which include the discussion of a written progress report.


Parents' evenings - These are usually the end of November and again in the final week in March.  The college will write directly to parents with an invitation to these evenings and updates will be provided on our website closer to the events.


Parents are also encouraged to have direct contact with the college in respect of attendance and we have systems that enable parents access to attendance information by request. 


For all queries please contact the relevant Personal Supervisor through main reception.

Care & support systems


Our student support systems are designed to ensure that our students settle well into college; are successful as a student and feel supported in college and in wider life at all times. Each student has a Personal Supervisor to support them directly to achieve the best they can and to help overcme any barriers.  The personal supervisor monitors attendance and helps students access any specialiist support such as finance or welfare.


There are many key moments of decision during each student's time at college and we seek to support everybody at these times and we encourage the involvement of those who support the student at home.

Contacting the college

General enquiries




Student absence reporting


Financial help


Careers and UCAS assistance


Work experience


Next course (progression)


Feedback and Complaints


Administration queries



What about money?

There are no tuition fees if you are a home or EU student under 19 and meet the requirements.

All necessary books and equipment are available on free loan.

All examination fees are paid by the college if you have met the course requirements.

We receive money through the Wyggeston Foundation and are able to give subsidies to support participation in out-of-college activities. If you are experiencing particular hardship there are special funds available directly from the college and we have access to other sources of external funding designed to support students with their studies.

Applying for support


Regent Enhanced Bursary

Guaranteed £1,200 for qualifying 16-18 year old students who are in care, living independently (income support), severe disability or exceptional circumstances. These students will receive regular payments.


Free College Meals

If you received free school meals in year 11 it is likely you will be eligible to have free college meals - this scheme has been extended to colleges for this academic year


Subsidised transport

If you live more than 3 miles from the college you may be able to receive transport costs


Regent Discretionary Bursary

See the specific article and resource on this site for more details

Important information