City College Brighton and Hove is being featured on the Ofsted website as an exemplary model of good practice in regards to improving standards in the UK’s Further Education Colleges.
The recently published 2,000 word case study, ‘Breaking the Satisfactory Habit’ features interviews with key members of staff, referring to “outstanding leadership and management” and praising the “years of hard work by staff at all levels” that led to the College going from a ‘satisfactory’ rating in 2007 to ‘Good with Outstanding Features” in 2011.
It has subsequently been confirmed that the College has the best success rates in Sussex for 16-18 courses.
Newly appointed Principal Lynn Thackway said, “It is quite a coup for us to be held up by Ofsted as providing an example that other Colleges can follow”,
“This is a great testament to everything that was achieved under my predecessor Phil Frier’s leadership and has given us a fantastic platform to build on when it comes to ensuring that young people in Brighton and Hove continue to get the best educational experience possible here at the College.”
For more information on courses at City College, contact 01273 667759, email firstname.lastname@example.org or see www.ccb.ac.uk
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