£100k entrepreneur fund open exclusively to Morley students
If you’re one of the thousands of 16 year-olds receiving their GCSE results today, and you’ve yet to decide what’s next, we’re here to help at our North Kensington and Chelsea Centres.
If you’re celebrating good results, congratulations – you’ve done brilliantly. If you didn’t get the grades you hoped for, don’t worry – there are plenty of options out there.
Over the coming week here at Morley College London we’re ready to welcome you at our Open Enrolment events, where we’ll be able to advise you on your best next step…whatever your results.
The Chelsea Centre for Creative Industries is a great place to study if you’re keen to explore your own creativity, or you’re set on a career in fashion, design, media or any of the other amazing careers in one of the UK’s booming employment sectors.
Here are three options to get you thinking…
Amongst the choices available are some great Level 1 and Level 2 options, which are particularly worth thinking about if your GCSE results aren’t quite what you’d hoped for. These are courses that give you a chance to explore the world of Esports and Media or the work of Art and Design in a specialist environment…and they are the perfect preparation year to take you onto your next career option.
“With newly expanded and refurbished classrooms and studios opening at the beginning of September, and more exciting renovations to our public areas due to complete in mid-October, we’re able to offer best-in-class facilities for students interested in the creative industries,” said Matias Shortcook, Centre Principal at the Chelsea Centre for Creative Industries.
“Join us over the coming week and find out more about West London’s best centre for creative learning for 16 year-olds.”
The North Kensington Centre for Skills – located in the heart of one of London’s most vibrant districts, and recently refurbished to the tune of £13m – offers a varied curriculum that gets to the heart of what today’s employers are looking for.
Here are three options to consider:
“We’re also introducing some new options for our 16-18 year-old students this year,” said Craig Hanlon-Smith, Centre Principal at the North Kensington Centre for Skills.
“I’m particularly excited to be launching new courses in Music Industry Skills at Level 2 and Music Performance or Production at Level 3. Students will have the opportunity to be the first to use our completely new music studios and rehearsal rooms.”
Morley is also one of the first colleges to be offering new T-levels from this year. Offered in North Kensington, sign up today to study for a T-level in Health (Science) or Digital Business Services.
Life at Morley has a different type of energy that really sets you up for life in future employment or Higher Education.
As well as your formal studies, there are plenty of opportunities to build your skills and explore your passions through things like Morley Radio and the Morley Gallery…we like to think of these as the “X factors” that make Morley unique, and we think you will too. Read more about the ‘X of Morley’ by clicking here.
Perhaps most importantly, we treat you as an adult from the day you arrive…but we make sure you’re fully supported until the day you leave.
Well done, we’re proud of you.
“With over 50% of students on this year’s GCSE English course achieving at least a grade 4 (equivalent to grade B), our results this year show that Morley is a great place to study for GCSEs,” said Craig Hanlon-Smith, Vice Principal (Student Engagement).
“This is particularly the case for those who – for whatever reason – haven’t achieved a GCSE in English or Maths previously.”
Anyone interested in coming to Morley to study for a GCSE in English, Maths or selected other subjects is welcome to join us at our Open Enrolment events, or any of our upcoming Open Days.