Opportunities for students aged 14-16 to study at Havering College
We offer a different way of learning for Year 10 and 11 students. For many, getting hands-on with job-related learning is the way to go. That's why we open our doors to 14-16-year-olds, working with all schools in Havering and surrounding boroughs, to help students reach work or university.
Some of our 14-16 curriculums are negotiated with schools, where 14-16 learners remain on the school roll and attend the college one full day or half-a-day per week, over 2 years.
If you are in year 10 or 11 and attending a school, but are interested in any of this provision, it is always best to speak with your school first, as in many cases, the school will be responsible for funding these opportunities.
Reasons for 14-16-Year-Olds to come to college
- It's more grown up – you won't wear a uniform and you'll have more freedom over your work
- There are lots more courses on offer than at school - with specialist learning facilities and industry-experienced teachers
- You can earn qualifications to put on your CV
- There are lots of opportunities to progress onto other courses, including apprenticeships and courses up to degree level.
Find out more
If you are the parent/Carer or teacher of a young person with learning difficulties and/or disabilities or a young person that has been home-educated, and would like to discuss provision at the college at 14-16 (or over), please call us on the above number, to discuss assessment arrangements, personalised programmes and the support available.