We are delighted you will be joining us in September and hope you are enjoying the summer.
We have planned your enrolment and induction at College in line with Government guidelines, this is to ensure your safety. This page will guide you through the necessary steps you must take to complete your enrolment.
STEP 1 - Send us your results
- your name
- your chosen course and level
- your date of birth
If you would like to discuss any aspect of your results with your tutor please contact us using this online form. Alternatively, appointments can be booked with our Careers Team to discuss your options and provide advice on 20 August or 21 August.
Part-time adults only
STEP 2 - Complete any additional forms or information
Applications for free meals should be made using the bursary form. Eligible students will have £2.41 each day that they are in college to purchase food in the Refectory.
Information about travel to college can be found on the Getting to Newbury College page. This includes information on purchasing bus tickets and bus passes.
Students travelling from the villages can purchase a Connect bus pass. Recipients of the bursary can receive support to purchase a bus pass.
Students wishing to use the College car park will need to display a parking permit, please complete this form. We will issue you a permit and distribute to you via your tutor.
STEP 3 - Attend your Enrolment and Induction Dates
Your enrolment and induction date are based on the level of course that you have applied for.
Please arrive at College at 09:00 and wait on the lawn outside the main college entrance. Each course tutor will be there to meet you and you will form your course bubble. Please do not go into the building until directed. The day will end at 15:00.
You will need to attend both of these days. If you are unsure which dates you need to attend or you are unable to attend your allocated dates, please contact us on 01635 845000.
|Entry / Level 1||Wednesday 26 August||Wednesday 02 September|
|Level 2||Thursday 27 August||Thursday 03 September|
|Level 3 (Year 1)||Friday 28 August||Friday 04 September|
|Level 3 (Year 2)||Tuesday 25 August||(Not required)|
Course specific dates:
|Enrolment and Induction|
|Achieve Programme||Wednesday 16 September (09:45 start)|
|Kingsclere Performing Arts||Tuesday 01 September (15:30 start)|
Things to bring with you on the day:
- a packed lunch and drink as the Refectory will not be open
- a form of ID (passport, National Insurance card or birth certificate)
- knowledge of your personal email and password. (You will complete your enrolment form electronically with your tutor and it must be emailed from your personal email account in place of a signature)
You may also be required to bring:
- evidence of previous qualifications (if you did not study at Newbury College last year)
- evidence of receipt of benefits or low wage (if you are claiming funding)
- evidence of your loan application (if you are paying tuition fees with a loan)
- a completed Purchase Order form and document Employer Authorisation (39 KB) (if your employer is paying your fees)
- means to pay your tuition fees (if required) - See pdf Ways to Pay (121 KB)
Things your tutor may need to complete with you during your enrolment:
How are we keeping you safe?
Your health, safety and well-being are our number one priority. We have implemented a number of measures, in line with government guidelines, to ensure that you, other students and our staff members remain safe during the pandemic.
Each curriculum area at college will be a “bubble”, this means you will spend time with your bubble and you won’t interact with others whilst at college. Breaks and lunchtimes will be staggered and during the day movement around college will be kept to a minimum.
Masks and face coverings
You are asked to wear a mask or face covering when moving around the College and in communal spaces, however, this will not normally be required when in the classroom and within your bubble.
Please note that some members of the college community may be unable to wear a mask or face covering due to health or disability reasons.
Timetables and access to College
Timetables for your induction and regular classes have been carefully considered to limit the number of people on site at any one time. Please do not attend the college campus outside of these allocated days.
A one-way system has also been introduced in communal areas. Please follow the directions were possible.
If you have recently returned from any of the countries listed as requiring you to quarantine upon return, you should not come into College until you have completed the 14 days quarantine.
Should you or any member of your household show any symptoms of Covid 19 you must all remain at home for 14 days.
Financial Help for Learners
The costs of learning can be difficult to meet. Depending on your personal and financial circumstances there may be funding open to you to assist you in completing your course successfully. View Financial Help information.