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Stockton Riverside College

Your future is in your hands - and ours! We want you to make the best choice for after you leave school and we do our best to give you the best advice on why you should carry on with your learning, what course you should do and what you will get out of studying with us – like qualifications, a job and a great life-time experience with new choices and chances ahead of you when you leave us. We want you to find and follow your dreams and our staff are here to help you reach them!

With a wide range of part-time courses on offer we can help you on your way to achieving your dreams. Whether you are looking to retrain for a change in career, want to pick up some qualifications, or hope to brush up on your skills for a better chance in the jobs market, we have the tools to help. What’s more we pride ourselves on offering courses that will give you the skills that we know employers are looking for.

Who to contact

Telephone
01642 01642 865400
E-mail
info@stockton.ac.uk
Website
Stockton Riverside College

Where to go

Address
Stockton Riverside College
Harvard Avenue
Thornaby
Stockton-on-Tees
Postcode
TS17 6FB

Local Offer

Description

We have a wide range of services to help you succeed. Our priority is to help you get settled into the college and onto your course and give you the support and guidance you need for this.

Our staff can help with everything from benefits and housing to emotional support or just be someone to talk to! We can help you manage your coursework and can also work with you to identify the best techniques and tactics to do this.

We have students with a wide range of needs and we work with each to create individual support plans including particular exam arrangements, help with exam techniques, study skills, revision skills, organisation skills and much more.

We offer support in and out of class, as needed including personal one-to-one support. We’re with you all the way!

Contact Telephone
01642 865 566
Contact Email
info@stockton.ac.uk
Local Offer Age Bands
Transition to Adulthood
SEN Provision Type
Universal

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