We are open and, in accordance with government guidelines, we are working to gradually increase the number of students who can return to college safely over the summer term.

As always, we are here to support you, if you are uncertain about what to do please email

Transitioning Into College

This information is for the young people who have been offered at place at Orchard Hill College (this is subject to funding being confirmed by the Local Authority) and allocated a centre to attend. These packs will assist you in their transition into college, getting to know the centres they will be attending and staff they will work with. To view the packs for your centre, please click the links below:

Here is some information about who you may see in your college centre:
Beaconsfield Centre- New Malden
Garratt House – Wallington
Lomond House – Camberwell
VPC – Carshalton
Vocational Centre – Wandsworth
Wyvern House – Uxbridge

Here are some photos of the centres so you can see what they’re like: 
Beaconsfield Centre
Lomond House
Vocational Centre
Wyvern House

To view virtual tours of the centres, please click here.

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

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