Weymouth College is a College of Further Education which was established under the provisions of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
The College’s strategic policy and overall direction is led by the Governing Body or College Corporation, which also responsible for monitoring the performance of the College’s Senior Leaders.
Weymouth College aims to meet the education and training needs of the community by providing a quality service to achieve positive outcomes.
We pride ourselves on the support that we give to students, and there is a dedicated Learning Support and Guidance Team who can provide students with advice on careers, mobility, additional learning needs and personal support.
Safeguarding is an important element of all aspects of Weymouth College’s activities and the safety of our students is of paramount importance to us. We are committed to providing an environment that values young people and vulnerable adults.
We value our relationship with parents and guardians. We believe that a strong partnership between our students, their parents and guardians, and ourselves is vital in providing the structures and support systems needed to ensure that our students work hard, succeed in their studies, and develop the personal and employability skills they need as they go forward.
At Weymouth College we are committed to the promotion and delivery of sustainable practices that positively impact on the ongoing climate change emergency.
In this section of the website, you can find useful and practical information for students and parents/carers, including term dates, transport arrangements, funding, exams, qualifications, etc.
For more information on the College governance, leadership team, statements and policies, please visit the About Us section.
If you require further information, please Contact Us.