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FEATURE Moulton College


New ambitious vision reaps rewards


When Corrie Harris took over the role of principal at Moulton College in the summer of 2019, she was in no doubt about the size of the task ahead of her. Two Grade 4 Ofsted reports had unearthed failings within what


has always been considered one of the area’s leading education providers, but Corrie was confi dent that with a fresh approach, a new management team and a renewed focus on the student experience, a turnaround would only be a matter of time. By the time COVID-19 struck, the college was already implementing


signifi cant change to ensure that the students were given access to great teaching and learning in order for them to achieve their full potential. However, in common with most organisations, COVID-19 added a whole new set of barriers to overcome. Despite nearly a year of disruption and uncertainty for staff and


students alike, Corrie is already proud to see evidence that her new vision is taking shape. “My fi rst six months at Moulton College were


incredible and I realised that despite the situation, we had fabulous students, a committed staff team and fantastic facilities that meant we could deliver and achieve excellent results,” said Corrie. “T e staff knew that it was going to be challenging, but together we set about implementing the changes that were needed and were ultimately going to benefi t the students. “T e students are the most important thing to us.


When students aren’t happy, numbers decline and that in turn leads to a loss of income, which, when I took over, had reached a critical level. “Adding coronavirus into the mix wasn’t exactly


ideal, but my role was to provide leadership, manage the pace of change and give the college a really stable fi nancial future. I am delighted to report that this has now happened. Student achievement results are high, and enrolment numbers increased


“Leadership from the principal has been inspirational and the culture, values, focus, clarity of


message and direction is evident throughout the college… Student enrolments are growing strongly and the


curriculum is being re-focused


on employer skills needs through a partnership approach with industry.”


FE Commissioner


Intervention Stocktake Report November 2020


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