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New College Prospectus and Open Events

Our new prospectus is available to download here and printed copies are available upon request. We have college centres across London and Surrey that provide a learning environment that is inspiring, educational, creative and individualised. We offer a range of exciting vocational programmes from animal care and catering to digital media and many more.

We believe that college is an exciting next step for students and should be a fulfilling journey where life and work skills are developed and outcomes are achieved, ready for life after college.

If you would like to join a college with a “can-do” attitude, where all students’ contributions and talents are recognised and celebrated, come along to one of our Open Events to meet the teams, have a look at our facilities and ask any questions you may have.

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.
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Building Futures, Changing Lives…

Since joining Orchard Hill College, student Evie has dived right in and got involved at every opportunity. She is Student Ambassador for her centre, and has made a difference to many students’ lives already. She visited the Mayor’s office last …

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Digital Hub at the Stoop

Supporting our local communities is always at the heart of OHC&AT and is illustrated by the Digital School and their latest collaboration with The Harlequins Foundation. Together they offer a Digital Hub at Twickenham Stoop, home to the Harlequins Rugby …

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Banksy inspires student artist

Whilst learning about independent travel in Croydon, keen artist, Matthew came across a shop display of modern art by the graffiti artist ‘Banksy’. Matthew took time to look at the different window displays which were very visually engaging and really …

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Mobility Milestone

This week, VPC student Jessica attended a friendship group at Westcroft Leisure Centre library, but the really remarkable part of her outing was that it was the first time she has used her walking frame whilst out in the community. …

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