High school leavers receiving their GCSE results are invited to enrolment at Macclesfield College from 11am on Thursday 24 August.
The sports hall at the College will be packed out with many department heads advising to school leavers about moving on to the next phase of their education. It is important to arrive at enrolment with the following:
- Official transcript of your GCSE results
- Contact information (full postal address, mobile phone number, parent/ guardian contact details and email addresses)
- Identification (passport, National Insurance Number or bank debit card)
Andrea Murphy, Vice Principal for Curriculum at Macclesfield College, said: “It’s a really exciting time for young people moving on from high school and we want to provide opportunities for as many young people as possible. It is important for students to remember that if they do not get the results they had hoped for or they exceed expectations, we will always work with them to find the right course for their future.”
The courses offered at the College include the below:
- Apprentice training
- Art & design
- Children & young people
- Engineering & aerospace
- Hairdressing & beauty therapy
- Health & social care
- Hospitality, events management and professional cookery
- IT, games technology and networking
- Media, performing arts and music
- Public services
If you have any queries regarding enrolment day or you are unsure on what are the next best steps for you, please call our enrolment team on 01625 410002 or email email@example.com
"Its a really exciting time for young people moving on from high school and we want to provide opportunities for as many young people as possible."
Andrea Murphy, Vice Principal for Curriculum
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