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.
DigiCafe run by the Digital School at the Riverside Centre
Parent and carer coffee morning
Games lunch time club run by John Weir
Golf at Beddington Park and Wandle Park (Weekends)
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.
A digital showcase event took place at the Virgin Money Lounge in Haymarket last night with students from Orchard Hill College and Academy Trust (OHC&AT) Guests from the world of Tech and Education gathered for the “Celebration of Digital Discovery”. …
Students from ‘The Globe’ (classroom) have been going to a weekly friendship group where they all meet over a drink and share their interests and hobbies. Last week Dylan, a student from a different class took part in the friendship …
People First and Disability Lambeth have teamed up and created “Let’s Dance” at Pop Brixton. This is a project which focuses on supporting and engaging the community. A representative from Disability Lambeth said “One of the aims of Let’s Dance …