To access your college email click the link below
From 1st April more 2 year old children will be able to access a Free Early Years place. If you have a 2 year old (or a child coming up to 2) and receive certain benefits or meet other criteria, you could be eligible for up to 15 hours in any week (maximum 570 hours for a full year) of Early Education for your child. New eligibility criteria have been added including -
“Families that receive Working Tax Credits and have annual earnings of no more than £16,190”.
To find the full list of eligibility criteria and to find out more about Early Years places please visit:
The Southampton City Council website www.southampton.gov.uk/2yearfunding.
Your local Sure Start Children’s Centre can also assist and link you into other family support www.youngsouthampton.org/surestart
The Children and Young People’s Information Service (CYPIS) can assist in finding places and provide support with the application process:
Telephone number: 0800 169 8833 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Learner Voice 2014-15 Elections are now open
To vote for your favourites follow the link to the Voting page
If you would like to run in the Summer term Learner Voice Elections please email your campaign poster to email@example.com by Friday 4th April or speak to Paul Watson in the Student Union
Please Contact Enrichment Coordinator to sign up to the Event
I hope you enjoyed visiting the Careers and Progression Event on Thursday 6th March 2014. Feedback from our external visitors commented on how professional, enthusiastic and motivated our students were and that they would like to work with City College to provide further opportunities.
We would really appreciate your feedback on how you found the event. Could you please complete this short questionnaire telling us what you thought about the event and suggestions on what we could do for next year.
The link below will take you to Citybit where you will be asked 6 questions as well as additional comments.
Thank you for taking the time to do this.
Sarah Birbeck and Leon Buteux
Higher Education Adviser and Employability Adviser