Progress Tutors

Progress Tutors act as a first point of contact for students, delivering pastoral and academic support through one-to-one meetings and group tutorials, where students are able to reflect on their academic progress and gain an insight into their progression options after JLC.

When students embark on their JLC journey they will be assigned a Progress Tutor.  Students can access their Progress Tutor at any point throughout the college week.

They also provide support with monitoring attendance and behaviour to instill independence and resilience within students. This enables them to be successful at college and prepares them for their next steps.


You can find the team in the Academic Resource Centre (ARC).

"I felt having support from my Progress Tutor helped me feel comfortable and safe around college."


“My Tutor is approachable and welcoming. I can talk to her about all sorts of things from potential degrees to helping me manage my time and find motivation."


“Ever since I have joined college all the Progress Tutor team have done a great amount of work to help me with my mental health, work and other issues."


“Having a Tutor has made me more confident and it has really helped me at college knowing that I can talk to them whenever I need to. It’s great to know that my Tutor can support me when needed and it also helps having a 1-1 and getting feedback has also boosted my confidence.”


When you join us at John Leggott College, parents/carers will be invited to a Welcome Parents' Evening where you will have the opportunity to meet your son/daughter Progress Tutor.

Learner Pathway Team

Information, Advice and Guidance

Our Learner Pathway Team play a pivotal part in our learners journey, supporting from pre-enrolment to their chosen progression destination. If learners need advice on which courses to study at JLC, taking the next step into further or higher education, or searching for new job opportunities or an apprenticeship; the College’s specialist careers advisors are on hand to help.

The Learner Pathway Team work closely with a variety of local and national universities and employers to ensure learners have access to a wide range of opportunities and resources to support learners to achieve their future aspirations.

Every student has the opportunity to access direct careers and progression support - from pre-entry to on-programme advice and career plans to both UCAS and non-UCAS application support, giving learners the keys to unlock their future success and achieve their full potential.

Our Careers programme is reviewed annually at the end of the academic year. To view the full Careers Programme click here. 

The Gatsby Benchmarks provides a framework as to what a good careers provision should look like. To view the Gatsby Benchmarks, please click here.

The Learner Pathway Team can be found in the Hub, located near to Student Services.

“I can now apply what I have learned and can demonstrate my skills in my personal statement and future career after university. I have become more confident in myself as I felt that I fit in well with the environment and was comfortable to achieve my targets and develop my transferable skills.” 

Former JLC student, Shannon

Our Learner Pathway Team also focuses on developing our learners employability skills and forging relationships with local and national employers to create a variety of work experience opportunities that enable our learners to achieve a positive and sustainable destination and prepare them for their future career.

As a Sixth Form College with over 1600 students that are seeking to develop their employability skills as well as gain industry knowledge, we would love to hear from local employers, who would like to share their expertise. If this is something you are interested in, please contact

“We work closely with John Leggott College to provide opportunities for local students to gain practical and hands-on experience in a real workplace setting. We feel passionate about supporting the future North Lincolnshire workforce so that we are able to appoint highly skilled candidates who are ready to enter the world of work and make an impact on the pupils who they will be working with.”

Rachel from Holme Valley Primary School


For pre-entry support, please contact the team via

For further information about advice and guidance please email 

For work experience queries please email 

Current JLC students can book a careers or work experience appointment via the student Google Classroom Careers page. 

For any further information, you can contact Samantha Robinson, Learner Pathway Team Lead 

We will be hosting our annual 'Next Steps Event'.

Date TBC.

This event provides learners the opoortunity to explore different progression pathways from univeristies across the country and local employers for their apprenticeship and traineeship schemes and current vacancies.

Exams Team

The Exams Team deals with all aspects of the examination process relating to your individual courses.  This includes registering and entering you for your external (and PPEs) examinations and creating your exam timetable (showing room and seat information).  We liaise with the Inclusive Learning Team; to ensure any special exam access arrangements you may need, are put in place for you.  We also release information about your examination results; providing printed result slips and we receive and issue your qualification certificates.

The three members of the Examinations Team are Caroline High, Michelle Odlin and Melissa Parker.

You can find us in in room A033, which is on the ground floor of A Block, close to the entrance for the glass link walkway to B Block.

Our office is open 8.00am to 4.30pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am to 4.00pm on Friday.

You can contact the team direct via:

Learning Support Team

Our Learning Support Team Department is a team of Teachers and Learning Support Assistants who provide essential support to students with additional needs, helping them gain full access to the curriculum and wider college activities while developing their confidence and independence.

Over the past few years the team have supported students with dyslexia, dyspraxia, students on the autistic spectrum, hearing impaired and visually impaired students.

We are based in A034, along the main corridor from Reception.

"The support from the LSA team has been exceptional. They have always helped me with any problems that I have experienced. Without these people I would not have got through college and achieve as much as I have. I will be moving onto Sheffield Hallam to study a degree in Education with Autism, SEN and Disability which is something I never thought I would be able to do but these amazing people made it possible."

Yusuf Nawaz, former Hungerhill School Summer 2021.

Our SENCO Lead is Hayley Farrell, who you can contact directly by emailing 

IT Support Team

The IT Services team can support you with all aspects of college IT. They provide support for logging in, connecting to the WiFi and can also show you how to get the most from the IT Services we provide such as Office 365 and Google Classroom.

We have three staff in IT Services. Gareth Harle is our IT Manager, supported by Ivan Miriello our Senior IT Technician and Susannah Brown, our IT Technician.

You can find the IT Helpdesk in the Portal on the lower floor of D Block. The office is open 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday.

You can contact the team directly on 

Student Services Team

Student Services are a first stop shop for all college queries. We have friendly staff who can help you with a wide range of enquiries and provide key information on many college services. The team manage all student finance schemes and are the people to talk to if you want to discuss transport, purchase print credits, report absences, pay for trips or purchase a car park permit.


You can find the team at the front of college in The Hub, in the library.

If you think you may be eligible for financial assistance or need help getting to college, please come and see the team or email us on

This is also the email address to report your absences.

Wellbeing Team

All staff members at John Leggott College are committed to supporting students with their health and wellbeing. It is important that students are supported and happy whilst they are at college. Within college we have a dedicated wellbeing team who help to make sure that students are mentally, emotionally, and physically healthy. The team work closely with the students, teaching and pastoral staff to ensure that students are supported to deal with any problems they have.

Where appropriate the team will liaise with external agencies to ensure that we offer the right support and so that students get the best advice.

Students can access support from the wellbeing team at any point from enrolment to when they leave college. If you would like to discuss any wellbeing concerns then contact the team via reception or email us on


The Wellbeing Office is based in the ARC.

"The wellbeing team provided me with the support and tools that allow me to engage in lessons alongside my peers, access all aspects of college life. The knowledge that there was always somebody there to support you, enabled me to challenge myself. I have achieve things I never thought possible!"

"The wellbeing support I’ve received from John Leggott College is amazing! They helped me before I even started college and made coming to college easier and more manageable. They are always there if I need them and they go above and beyond to make sure that I’m okay and safe in college. Without their support college would be a much different experience and I don’t think I could of even managed coming to college if they didn’t help me like they have done. I’m very grateful for the support I receive and I think the staff are doing a great job."

"The Wellbeing Team are easy to approach and are always solicitous and welcoming; they work with you to provide the best support throughout your journey at Leggott."