Guidance and advice – in the first instance this will be provided by your tutor. Careers guidance is available by appointment
Learning facilities – The Library is open access with computers available for use during study periods.
Attendance - Your attendance will be monitored and strategies for improvement will be provided where necessary.
Nurse – The Nurse is available for drop in sessions every week. Please check the noticeboard for days and times. This is a confidential service.
Tutor groups – You will be assigned to a tutor group which you must attend every week. During this time you will learn about: study skills; your strengths and weaknesses; produce or update your CV; Citizenship; budgeting; applying for university and employment. See also the visiting speakers section.
Visiting speakers – there will be a range of speakers throughout the year. If you would like us to invite a speaker in to cover a particular topic, we are open to suggestions.
Other: Health awareness day; Advantage Nottingham opportunities; University open days;
External Exams – Students are responsible for ensuring they are entered for all of their exams. They will be required to sign a statement confirming correct entry for each and every unit. These should be returned promptly to Mrs Tipping. Failure to meet deadlines may result in non-entry or possible late entry fees.
If you drop a subject after being entered for the examination, it is vital that you inform Mrs Tipping immediately. If it is too late to obtain a refund from the exam board, you will be charged for the wasted fee. Failure to attend an exam will also incur a fee.