You will be supported by your personal tutor, who will be someone who also teaches you. They will be there to offer advice and guidance with regards to your progress and welfare and you will meet with them every week. Through personal planning, together we will set target grades based on your prior achievements and monitor these regularly via one-to-one reviews. Your subject teachers will also help and support you throughout your course.
Extra and specialist support is available if needed. We can advise on areas of student life such as travel, finance during your studies, careers, university applications, getting ready for work and counselling for personal issues. Ask at Student Services for more information.
Located centrally in the Harley Centre, the Student Services area is a one-stop shop providing all the supportive advice and guidance that will help students to succeed on their course. This includes:
The College provides learning support to ensure all students reach their potential. All learning support is offered by a specialist teacher. Support may be in the form of:
The College holds consultation events during the year to meet with groups of parents, carers and employers. In addition, these groups will be regularly informed with regards to progress and contacted if there are particular issues of concern.
If you need help with childcare whilst studying at Ludlow College, please contact Student Services. The College may be able to contribute to some of the costs, depending on the nature and hours of your college programme. Mothers aged 16 to 19 are encouraged to ask about the national Care2Learn scheme.
The College is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities are treated fairly. All reasonable adjustments to college provision will be made to ensure that students with disabilities are not substantially disadvantaged. Please ensure that you inform us of your requirements in advance so that we can make all necessary adjustments to help you succeed.