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About VPC

The Vocational Progression Centre (VPC) is for students aged 16+ and can accommodate between 40-50 students. The centre has strong links with the community and students at this centre regularly access two working allotments.

Our 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 Carshalton College, Eco-local, Zest Dance, Westcroft, Nickel Support, Riverside Cafe, Sutton Commu­nity Farm, Sainsbury’s, Wallington Library, Brook Cafe, Mitcham Library, British Heart Foundation, David Bright Real Estate, Wallington Crusader Hall and Westbourne School.

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As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

Latest News

Student artwork in Art Insania Gallery!

Our students Expressive Art is being exhibited in ‘Art Insania’ Art Gallery in Cheam!! We are so pleased to see the artwork up in a local gallery and could not be prouder of our students. Please go and check out …

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Residential trip to Center Parcs

Students and staff were thrilled to go on a residential trip to Center Parcs in Woburn Forest. The trip was part of the Recovery curriculum which has been created to support students to settle back into college after a difficult …

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Awards celebrations!

Last week students across all centres celebrated their achievements over the last year. Every centre hosted an Awards Ceremony and students were presented with their individual certificates. Those students that are leaving college also received a yearbook and a leavers …

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Special visitors

VPC students and staff were delighted to welcome Sutton Police to the centre. The Police came to speak to the students about personal safety and what they are doing to combat hate crime against vulnerable people in our local community. …

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