Writtle University College celebrates after retaining ‘good’ Ofsted rating
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Writtle University College is celebrating after retaining its ‘good’ Ofsted rating.
A report by Ofsted inspectors said it “continues to be good” and students “receive very good support from teachers and assessors to help them be successful in their chosen subject”.
Vice-chancellor Professor Tim Middleton said they were “very pleased” but the university’s ambition was to be outstanding.
“Retaining a ‘Good’ rating emphasises the quality of education that Further Education students can expect when studying with us at Writtle.
“Being the only specialist, land-based provider in Essex, and the only land-based provider in East Anglia graded ‘good’, we are able to provide a unique learning experience to our students.
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“We have seen a growth of 24% in our applications for our college courses this year and this reflects the fact that students and parents have the confidence in the course and career they are choosing.”
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