Rathbones Folio Prize Winners

We are delighted to announce that two of our students at John Leggott College have won the Rathbones Folio Mentorship prize. The Folio Academy launched a mentorship programme in 2017 alongside First Story, an initiative who bring professional writers into low income communities to work with teachers and students to foster their creativity skills. Weronika…

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A Level Results Day 2019

John Leggott College have once again achieved excellent results. Over 67% of students have achieved a high grade. This will mean that many of our students will have secured their first choice destination in higher education, higher apprenticeship or employment. 24 students have gained A*/A in all 3 or 4 of their subjects which places…

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Are You An Aspiring Footballer and Looking For A Path To Professional?

We, at John Leggott College, are delighted to announce we are now working with 780 coaching to provide students the opportunity to gain a Level Three qualification in sport whilst training alongside their studies with professional football coaching with our new partners. We are the first sixth form college to be offering this programme with…

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Are You Aspiring to Become a Dancer?

John Leggott College are excited to announce their new partnership with Kimberley Performing Arts Centre. They will be supporting the next generation of dancers into employment or conservatoires. The college will be delivering Performing Arts, Dance BTEC Extended Diploma, which will be based at the Performing Arts Centre. Kimberley School of Dance was founded in…

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JLC Gets Outstanding Ofsted Rating for their International Provision

International students who embark on their education journey through our Sixth Form Provision are provided with “pastoral support, academic support and transitional support to higher education” which is on offer to our full cohort of students. Staff were praised for their positive relationships with the students and bespoke support that is offered. Students were judged…

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