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About Beaconsfield

The Beaconsfield College Centre is located within a quiet residential setting and is in walking distance of New Malden, the town centre. The Centre can accommodate 30-40 students aged 16+ and there are many facilities on-site for the students to support their learning.

Students and staff enjoy being part of the local community and students are supported in work opportunities with many local businesses and community groups including Home Farm Trust, New Malden Waitrose, Sweety’s News Shop, Roehampton College Library, Mitcham Common, Shared Lives, Kingston Eco, Sainsbury’s, EnhanceAble, Mencap Kingston, Kingston Involve, Platform 1, Bedelsford School, Dysart School and St Philip’s School.

 

What’s happening at our Centre this term?

Coffee Morning – Thursday 7th November 2019 between 9.30am -10am

Gardening project at Searchlight Centre

Alumni BBQ

 

 

 

 

Events

Outcomes for learners are outstanding, teaching, learning and assessment are excellent and the extremely diverse programmes that meet learners’ individual needs, interests and aspirations, prepare them very well for life after College.
Ofsted Report

Latest News

Spread Love Not Hate

Stop Hate UK is one of the leading national organisations working to challenge all forms of Hate Crime and discrimination, based on an individual’s identity. The Stop Hate UK bus has been touring the borough and one of its stops …

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Pumpkin Carving at Wyvern House

This week there has been lots of spooky fun, as students at Wyvern House carved their own pumpkins and made Halloween cakes. There were many tools at hand to help the students in creating their spookiest designs and to help …

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A brilliant week for Asiya!

Last week, student Asiya from Wyvern House attended an interview a local charity shop. She met all the staff and had a tour of the facilities, she then discussed what types of jobs she would be completing and expressed that …

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HopeFest at Pop Brixton

To raise awareness for National Hate Crime Awareness Week, (www.nationalhcaw.uk) students attended #Hopefest at Pop Brixton. This inclusive and accessible event gave students hope and confidence through sharing their personal stories of hate crime experiences, creating a support network and raising …

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