Ashbourne College Open Evening

Next Open Evening – Wednesday 4 March 2020, 7-9pm

Ashbourne College holds regular open days and evenings for students interested in attending the college. These events are an opportunity to learn more about the college and our distinctive approach to education. Visitors are given the opportunity to meet the college’s teachers, as well as members of the student body and management team. The Director of Studies gives a lively and informative talk about the teaching, extra-curricular activities and pastoral care offered by the college, and this is supplemented by presentations on individual faculties and subjects. Visitors can also see an exhibition of work from our Art students as well as enjoying a warm welcome with drinks and refreshments.

For more information or to attend the next event please contact Admissions on 020 7937 3858, email . To register for the event, complete the contact form below.

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Why Choose Ashbourne College?
I am very proud of the results that I have achieved. I believe that I could not have done it without the amazing support of the teachers at Ashbourne. I’ve made many friends and will not forget my time at Ashbourne as it has been the best. My next step is Medical School at St. George’s, University of London and will hopefully become a doctor
KhadijaMedicine at St George's Hospital Medical School (University of London)
Has been given the opportunity to study in a focused and mature way and has thrived in that environment
Ashbourne is a wonderful place to teach and an even better place to study. The staff treat the students as adults and the mutual respect results in a relaxed university approach to study. Teaching classes that only have a max of 10 allows for individual tuition and greater differentiation within the groups helping the students grow in confidence and develop a love for their subjects. I really like the fact that students are encouraged to refer to their tutors by their first name and feel that this breaks down tutor/student boundaries and means that the students are confident in asking for help. Brilliant students, brilliant tutors, great place to work
Rachel TeasdaleFormer Head of GCSE and Biology Teacher