Updated: Tuesday, August 11th 2020
All students waiting for academic and vocational qualifications results this summer will receive them by email.
Student and staff safety remains our top priority. Please do not come into the College to collect your results.
A Level and GCSE results will be issued to students via their college email account after 9am on Thursday, August 13th 2020 (A Levels) and after 9am on Thursday, August 20th 2020 (GCSEs).
Results for a wide range of vocational qualifications will be sent to students on a rolling basis in line with the release of the information from the awarding bodies.
We anticipate that the majority of Level 3 vocational results will be issued to students on Thursday, August 13th 2020. The majority of Level 2, Level 1 and Entry Level results will be issued from Thursday, August 20th 2020.
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We wish you all the very best with your results and are here to support you if you need advice and guidance.
Please continue to check the website, stay safe and follow government guidelines.
The nursery received special recognition in The Star Best in Education Awards held at Kelham Island Museum on September 29th.
The College has two children’s nurseries – one at City campus, Granville Road, and the other at Hillsborough campus, Livesey Street.
They open all year round, including during term time, and cater for children aged from six months to five years-old full time, and offer holiday care for children aged upto seven.
Jason Pepper, Executive Director, Finance and Resources, The Sheffield College, said: “We are delighted that the commitment and high quality care of our nursery staff have earned this special commendation. The Sheffield College’s nursery service plays an important role supporting local communities. We provide high quality care, in a stimulating and safe environment, for the children of students, staff and the local community.”
Children at City campus nursery develop the skills necessary for future life, and make good progress in all aspects of their learning and development. Those are the findings of Ofsted’s latest inspection, which graded the nursery as ‘Good’ in all areas of its report published earlier this year.
The report also noted that staff have a skillful understanding of how children learn best. Consequently, teaching is good and children are making good progress in their learning and development.
Caring and sensitive staff provide a nurturing environment. This gives children a strong sense of belonging and promotes their well-being. Arrangements for safeguarding children, and partnerships with parents and other professionals are strong.
At Hillsborough campus the nursery, which was also graded ‘Good’ at its last Ofsted inspection, has this year undergone a £50,000 revamp thanks to funding from The Sheffield College and a £32,600 grant from Sheffield City Council.
As a result, nursery places have increased from 40 to 53 and a new baby room has been built. The nursery has expanded its places for two-year-olds, so they can benefit from the 15 hours a week of free learning they are entitled to.
Both nurseries are equipped with the latest facilities. Their innovative design features an outside play area with a protect canopy above it that enables children to play and learn outdoors whilst protected in all types of weather. Both nurseries have also received a series of glowing testimonials from parents this year, which include the following endorsements: