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www.candi.ac.uk HE in FE Presentation by : Ian Sterling City and Islington College
www.candi.ac.uk Our Students Demographics - Key facts Majority of students are from Islington, Hackney, Haringey, Camden, Tower Hamlets. of pupils gained 5+ GCSEs including Maths and English which is an improving picture (2009) 44% is amongst the highest ranked borough in terms of the progress pupils made (“value added”) since leaving primary school. Islington of the borough’s children are in families in receipt of means- tested benefits and 40+% are in workless households 47%45% is the 4th most deprived London Borough and the 8th most deprived in the country. and of those unemployed have been out of work for more than 6 months Unemployment circa 11% (Greater London 9%) Those occupying social housing exhibit increasingly severe multiple disadvantages
www.candi.ac.uk Our Students 79% from widening participation postcodes 63% in receipt of EMAs 71% students from BME Communities young learners studying skills for independent living, work skills and progression courses in craft and woodwork. 60 Students aged 16-19
www.candi.ac.uk Our Students Sixth Form College Centre for Applied Sciences Centre for Business, Arts and Technology Centre for Health, Social and Child Care Centre for Lifelong Learning 432 262 341 102 104 Number of Learners Progressing to HE (2010) TOTAL 1,241 Widening Participation 81% of learners aged 16-18 progressing to HE from widening participation postcodes. 72% of all learners progressing to HE from widening participation postcodes. Progression
www.candi.ac.uk Our Mission earning L xcellence E spiration A iversity D quality E esults R ocial Justice S Our purpose to deliver world-class education and training. Our vision to be the first choice college in all of our areas of specialism. Our values to champion 01 02 03
www.candi.ac.uk Our Achievements to be judged by Ofsted as 'Outstanding' on every measure The only college in London Effectiveness of provision 01 Outstanding: Grade 1 Capacity to improve 02 Outstanding: Grade 1 Achievement and standards 03 Outstanding: Grade 1 Quality of provision 04 Outstanding: Grade 1 Leadership and management 05 Outstanding: Grade 1 Equality of opportunity 06 Outstanding: Contributory Grade 1
www.candi.ac.uk IQER 2007 Confidence on the College’s management of its responsibilities, as set out in its partnership agreements, for the standards of awards it offers on behalf of its awarding bodies. Confidence in the College’s management of its responsibilities, as set out in its partnership agreements, for the quality of learning opportunities it offers. Reliance can be placed on the accuracy and/or completeness of the information that the College is responsible for publishing about itself and the programmes it delivers.
www.candi.ac.uk History of HE at the College Early 1990s HNC and HNDs. Small number of students indirectly funded through the University of North London and directly funded from FEFC. End of 1990s. Successful bids for a number of HNC/D programmes directly funded from HEFCE. FEFC funding transferred to HEFCE. 1999. Funding moved to indirect funding through the University of North London and London Guildhall University. Supported by City University London. 2001. Foundation Degree Pilot awarded by City University London, supported by Queen Mary, University of London. Increase in the number of FDs through successful ASN bids and use of HNC/D numbers for FDs. PGCEs funded through, and awarded by, the Institute of Education, University of London 2010/11. Three HNC/D programmes. Part time. and an OU FD.
www.candi.ac.uk HE Strategy Expand the HE portfolio. Meet the requirements of employers Build up the FD offer. Provide an escalator of opportunity from entry level to level 4/5. Continue to develop partnerships with our university partners. Informed by our teaching and learning objectives of providing successful outcomes for all our learners.
www.candi.ac.uk 2011/12 on. Develop portfolio of courses in partnership with existing partners. Enter the present bidding round for both FDs and HNDs. Develop staff to enable students to continue to get the best possible educational experience. Develop governance of HE to enable expansion and FDAP. Seconded post from University College London to support this. Work with partner universities and other FE college’s to encourage students to complete NSS and linked to this KIS. Financial viability. Keep a close interest in developments at regional and national level.