Why Choose NPTC Group of Colleges?

Open Evenings

Our open evenings give prospective students and parents the opportunity to experience the College and its facilities and find out more about the range of subjects and courses we have on offer.

Students and parents will be able to see the educational experience that NPTC Group of Colleges provides, having the chance to ‘have a go’ at certain subjects or trades. You will also have the opportunity to discover life outside the classroom and see what the College offers in terms of extra-curricular activities.

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Student Absences

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Student Handbook

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Term Dates

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Student Discipline

We want everyone to enjoy their time at College and expect good behaviour from all students, including respect for others.

The Student Code of Conduct explains our key rules and regulations.

Students should familiarise themselves with this policy which can be found on Moodle.

We have a formal Student Disciplinary Procedure. Staff will make students aware of any issues of concern. All students are normally entitled to go through each stage of the Student Disciplinary Procedure (other than for serious offences). However, there may be times when the nature of the behaviour results in a written warning or exclusion even though it may be the first time such behaviour has taken place.

There are normally 4 stages to the Student Disciplinary Procedure:

  1. Verbal warning
  2. Written warning
  3. Final written warning
  4. Serious misconduct, leading to exclusion

Where appropriate, we will involve parents/guardians in the Disciplinary Process; this will usually be regarding instances of repeated behavioural problems and/or serious incidents

The College’s Responsibility to provide information to Parents, Guardians or Carers

To comply with the Data Protection Act, the College is restricted on when it can share data: Data can only be shared with a third party when the student is under 18 and you are their emergency contact on our system or when the student is over 18 and has given consent for their data to be shared to a named contact.

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