Frequently Asked Questions

For the Vocational Opportunities Programme only. 

If you have any questions about Forest College please contact | 01270 613160.

Courses run across several curriculum areas. Agricultural Engineering, Animal Care, Business, Construction, Equine, Food, Land & Environment and Motor Vehicle.

No. Courses will only run if enough students have applied to make a course viable to staff.

Level 1 courses are aimed at lower ability students working at GCSE level 4 and below.

No, students attend one day a week, term-time only. Wednesday in Year 10 and Thursday in Year 11.

Yes. Some courses have externally set exams. All courses have practical and written assessments.

If a student is to achieve a qualification, then they should be registered at Reaseheath for the full 2 years from the beginning of year 10.

The day starts at 9.30am and finishes in time for a 2.30pm departure.

There is a fee of £1050 per year for students at school. Funding is claimed centrally for home educated students subject to good attendance.

Contact the 14-16 Vocational Opportunities Programme Lead directly regarding home educated students. Learners on school roll will need permission from school who will apply on their behalf.

Schools send learning support as needed for practical and theory sessions.

Schools usually provide their own transport transport. Full-time Reaseheath students have priority for places on college transport and permissions are needed for under 16’s to use the college buses.

This will depend on the course and details will be provided before September. Basic clothing will be overalls and steel toe capped boots where appropriate.

There are currently 3 routes – entry level, functional skills levels 1 and 2 and GCSE. Initial assessments determine the route followed. This is for Home Educated students only.

Susan, 01270 613194.