We are a college that promotes an ethos of ambition, achievement and respect for others. Whatever your ambitions or aspirations are for the future we offer a wide variety of services to help supporstudents to meet their potential and progress to employment, an apprenticeship or University.
Learner Development Coaches
Learner Development Coaches (LDCs) lead on delivering a range of motivational programmes within weekly tutorials. The key objective of the weekly tutorial is to raise aspirations, confidence, retention and achievements for progression to employment, an apprenticeship or employment. LDCs also provide information on a range of welfare, personal and financial issues which may be worrying you.
Sports Coaches and Instructors
Our sports staff organise and deliver a range of activities for students as part of our enrichment programme. Sports instructors run induction and can also help with personal fitness programmes. They also provide tutorial support on health and fitness.
Looked After Children and Care Leavers
If you are in care or you are a care leaver we are committed to meeting your needs in a sensitive and confidential way that is right for you. Our Head of Learner Development and Learner Development Coaches ensure that individual needs are met and will coordinate with external agencies as may be needed.
Equality and Diversity
Lambeth College is committed to promoting and providing equal opportunities for all its students. Everyone is entitled to fair treatment in an educational environment by being able to progress without having to overcome unnecessary barriers.
Information for Parents and Guardians
It is important that parents and/or guardians support their son or daughter while they are studying here at the College. Some of the ways they can do this is by:
- Making it a priority to attend parent/guardian events at the college, maybe come along with other parents, family or friends.
- Get to know their timetable and course tutor.
- Encourage full attendance and support their son or daughter to plan their travel to and from college (including alternative routes in case of disruption).
- Encourage their son or daughter to regularly talk about their day at College.
To support your son or daughter through their online and remote learning, please have a look through The Parents' Guide to Homelife & Study.
Lambeth College is committed to providing the best experience we can to our students. To this end we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Enrichment Activities and Awards
Being a student at Lambeth College can involve much more than just your studies. There is a wide range of activities for you to get involved in that include:
- The Duke of Edinburgh's Award
- Opportunities for volunteering
- Work experience
- Peer Mentoring
- Enterprise Activities
- Sports and Leisure
- Educational Trips
- Events such as Fresher’s Fairs and Seminars
The college nursery is located at the Clapham centre and provides those students with children a high level of flexibility to support them to attend their timetabled course(s). Our nursery staff are qualified and thoroughly experienced. There are opportunities for parents to attend workshops on speech and language, managing behaviour as well as being able to do an accredited first aid course.