Joining our College makes sense if you want a future career in the medicine and healthcare industries.
Scott College has a maximum of 375 healthcare students at full capacity so each year group will have about 75 students. That allows us to have smaller classes and a higher teacher- to-student ratio, delivering more time for personalised support, a recognised strength of Scott College.
Our school combines traditional teaching with a pioneering approach to learning with a focus on teaching through projects individually designed for you. Plus we offer an extended school day so it’s more like work and university.
Your learning will be rooted in the real world, which helps you develop the skills and experience you need to flourish in life and work.
Guided by local healthcare employers, we offer a range of academic and vocational qualifications at Levels 2 and 3, including GCSEs in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English and Maths at Key Stage 4 and A Levels and Level 3 Vocational qualifications at Key Stage 5.
Crucially, we offer work placements linked directly to employment opportunities in the medical and healthcare sector. Our Sixth Form students spend one day a week in placement, KS4 students have an opportunity to prepare for work placement and work experience.
You will gain a broad range of employability, life and character building skills through PiXL EDGE programme and we expect our students to progress on to university, further training, apprenticeship and into employment after completing their studies at Scott College.
Our specialist work placement and careers staff support students progress into employment, university and apprenticeship.