Welcome to Weymouth College

Weymouth College is an ambitious college heading for outstanding. We are proud to be high performing yet inclusive and accessible in our approach. We challenge and inspire enquiring minds with academic and skills-based courses and produce some remarkable results.  We’re home to the best stone masonry courses in the UK and our alumni include an Oscar winner and a celebrity chef. We attract over 7000 students from across the region and have the privilege to be located on Dorset’s spectacular Jurassic Coast, which is England’s first natural heritage site, and the venue for sailing events at the 2012 Olympics.

World leaders in Stonemasonry
Judged Outstanding for Sport by Ofsted
The widest range of A Levels in the region
Our alumni include an Oscar winner and a celebrity chef
 

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Weymouth Events

Apr
23
Wed
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) information and enrollment session @ 106 Saint Mary Street
Apr 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Is English your second language?

Our ESOL courses can give you the confidence in your English language skills needed for daily life and work.

Come along to this informal information session to find out more or visit our ESOL pages.

Apr
25
Fri
Level 2 Performing Arts & Music Showcase
Apr 25 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Come along and see what the Level  2 Performing Arts & Music students have to offer at their showcase of drama, dance, musical theatre, live music and DJs all performing their best works from over the past year.

It’s a show you really don’t want to miss!

Apr
29
Tue
Interview Evening @ Weymouth College
Apr 29 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Once we have received your application to study at Weymouth College we will invite you to interview. Should you wish to also discuss alternative courses and study options there will be staff available from across our subject areas.

Click here to search and apply for a course at Weymouth College.

May
2
Fri
HND in Music presents A History of Popular Music @ K0001 (next to the Bay Theatre box office)
May 2 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Higher National Diploma students present an end of year music show that celebrates the history of popular music from its early rock’n’roll roots to the present day. Expect a loud and raucous evening of Elvis, The Undertones, Daft Punk and everything in between!

Please note that there will be limited seating for this event.

May
8
Thu
Hybrid Productions present Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’ (matinee) @ The Bay Theatre
May 8 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Following the success of its previous performance, ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’, Hybrid Productions is proud to bring you its next work, a thrilling production of a murder mystery; Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’.

At the behest of a mysterious joint benefactor, ten people are invited to a distant island off the coast of Devon for a fine social event, full of self-indulgence and the pleasures of good living. Suddenly, things take a dark turn when, in the midst of their revelling, an unknown voice sounds from nowhere and accuses them all of murders they have supposedly committed, for which they will now face retribution. Gradually the veneer of calm and order among the survivors descends into chaos and fear, and they are forced to use all their determination and wits to survive…

So join us for what promises to be a fantastic mystery rollercoaster of an evening and see if you can work out ‘whodunnit’?

Hybrid Productions present Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’ @ The Bay Theatre
May 8 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Following the success of its previous performance, ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’, Hybrid Productions is proud to bring you its next work, a thrilling production of a murder mystery; Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’.

At the behest of a mysterious joint benefactor, ten people are invited to a distant island off the coast of Devon for a fine social event, full of self-indulgence and the pleasures of good living. Suddenly, things take a dark turn when, in the midst of their revelling, an unknown voice sounds from nowhere and accuses them all of murders they have supposedly committed, for which they will now face retribution. Gradually the veneer of calm and order among the survivors descends into chaos and fear, and they are forced to use all their determination and wits to survive…

So join us for what promises to be a fantastic mystery rollercoaster of an evening and see if you can work out ‘whodunnit’?

May
14
Wed
Interview Evening @ Weymouth College
May 14 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Once we have received your application to study at Weymouth College we will invite you to interview. Should you wish to also discuss alternative courses and study options there will be staff available from across our subject areas.

Click here to search and apply for a course at Weymouth College.

May
21
Wed
Open Evening Showcase @ Weymouth College
May 21 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

The next College Open Evening will take place at the Cranford Avenue campus on Thursday 20 March 2014, catering for students interested in Full Time, Part Time and Higher Education courses.

The whole College will be open with lecturers and students on-hand to talk about the College experience.

Come and join us from 5pm-7.30pm.

To register your place please click here.

Location : Weymouth College

May
28
Wed
Thimble Arts’ (BTED Extended Diploma Performing Arts students) Peter and Wendy @ The Bay Theatre
May 28 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Wendy Darling is just an ordinary child and, as many children do, she loves the opportunity to tell stories of adventure and play make-believe with her two younger brothers.

One night Peter flies into the nursery. Peter is no ordinary boy. He can provide real adventure in a place called Neverland where children never grow up. From this day forward Wendy’s life will be changed forever as we witness the beginning of a fairy tale that for Peter & Wendy has no end.

Bring along the whole family to enjoy this well-loved tale of pirates and mermaids, talking dogs and mischievous fairies!

Adapted from the original novel by J. M. Barrie, this popular classic is suitable for all ages and is a must for your half-term diary!

There will be a collection on the door for Great Ormond Street Hospital who has kindly given permission for this adaptation to be performed.

May
29
Thu
Thimble Arts’ (BTEC Extended Diploma Performing Arts students) Peter and Wendy @ The Bay Theatre
May 29 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Wendy Darling is just an ordinary child and, as many children do, she loves the opportunity to tell stories of adventure and play make-believe with her two younger brothers.

One night Peter flies into the nursery. Peter is no ordinary boy. He can provide real adventure in a place called Neverland where children never grow up. From this day forward Wendy’s life will be changed forever as we witness the beginning of a fairy tale that for Peter & Wendy has no end.

Bring along the whole family to enjoy this well-loved tale of pirates and mermaids, talking dogs and mischievous fairies!

Adapted from the original novel by J. M. Barrie, this popular classic is suitable for all ages and is a must for your half-term diary!

There will be a collection on the door for Great Ormond Street Hospital who has kindly given permission for this adaptation to be performed.

Testimonials

"To win Silver in stonemasonry is just amazing… I want to show the UK how apprenticeships and vocational training can enable young people to gain a real qualification and a real future."
Robert Broomsgrove, 21
Stonemasonry student, Winner of Silver medal at WorldSkills Leipzig, July 2013
"I think the skills you take away from College are the opportunity to work on the kit and how to deal with people."
Gareth Unwin
Oscar-winning film producer of The Kings Speech and former BTEC National Diploma in Media student
"Everyone is so friendly and I get to do what I love every day"
Harry
Apprentice Outdoor Adventure Instructor