It’s very much a student-fi rst approach at Moulton College and the mission remains to provide high- quality education and skills development leading to talented, committed industry-focused and career- ready students. Teaching has continued full-time throughout the

fi rst term of this academic year despite the diffi cult circumstances. With its extensive campus and robust health and safety measures, the college was able to welcome students back to full-time teaching on site, invaluable to ensuring that students could get the best possible experience. “We have a niche off ering at Moulton College,

but there are fundamentals that apply to any college or educational establishment. You have to get those right, or the rest doesn’t matter,” said Corrie. “Making sure the practical side of the course was tackled when students were allowed into college and giving them access to the specialist equipment and facilities meant that they were not

by 20% last September – this is down to the hard work of the whole Moulton College team. We all pull in the same direction and the college has a real family feel to it.” Moulton College is a land-based college with

a long history. Celebrating its centenary this year, the college specialises in training young people and adults in skills associated with the natural, built and recreational environment. T e curriculum includes land-based and agricultural courses; construction skills; animal welfare and equine courses; food and drink courses; business studies and sports-based courses. T e college has released its vision for the future within a new Strategic Plan which includes the key ambitions for several years going forward: - To retain and enhance its proud tradition as an excellent provider of land-based education with a strong complementary curriculum - To work towards making the college carbon neutral, playing its part in tackling the environmental challenges our society faces. - To make it recognised as a fantastic place to work and develop in a safe and secure environment which promotes personal wellbeing and ambition. - To deliver a curriculum, education and training that meets current and future needs and facilitates progression for students into employment

Corrie Harris Principal at

Moulton College

disadvantaged due to the pandemic. “T e growth in student numbers last September is being continued

into this year’s recruitment campaign. We are currently 50% ahead on applications compared to the same time last year and we’re off ering places now so that we can give those students the certainty they need about their next steps. “As well as giving our students the best possible experience we also

need to get our curriculum right to give them the best opportunity, and to serve local employers and the community. We are planning a business hub on site so that we can support employers, particularly those in agriculture who are facing issues post-Brexit, to ensure they get the skilled workers they need. Food and drink is an incredibly important sector for this county and we need to ensure our Food and Drink Centre is delivering the skills the region needs. “Furthermore, we want to help students of all ages. T e Government has announced a new enhanced Level 3 entitlement for adults who, because of the pandemic, fi nd themselves having to retrain or look at new career opportunities. Moulton College wants to be at the forefront of any new initiatives so that we can support people back into jobs. “T e focus on quality, our growth in student numbers and our commitment to support our students at every stage of their journey gives me complete confi dence that we will continue to go from strength to strength. We have already achieved dramatic results in student achievement, retention and progression into work and further study and I can’t wait to achieve even more in the coming year.”

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