It’s that time of year when teenagers up and down the country are receiving their GCSE results and are putting the final touches to preparations for the next stage of their education.
But if your child didn’t get the GCSE results they’d expected, or they’ve changed their mind as to what courses they wanted to study, then The Henley College GCSE Advisory Service is on hand to help.
The Advisory service will be open on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st August for students and their parents who need help with last minute enrolment at the College, course changes or support with the transition from secondary school to sixth form.
The GCSE Advisory Service can be contacted on 01491 634 321 and is open from 9am – 4.30pm on the 20th and 21st August.
During lockdown the College held online video course taster, giving prospective students the chance to find out more about what they can expect when studying subjects such as Environmental Science & Geology, Maths, Science and Engineering, Health & Social Care, Creative Media, Criminology and Humanities and Languages at The Henley College.
If you didn’t manage to attend the live tasters, then the videos are available to watch on The Henley College website now – https://www.henleycol.ac.uk/events/