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Our report and financial statements for the year ended 31 July 2016 can be found here.

Our report and financial statements for the year ended 31 July 2017 can be found here.

 

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Your chance to see what college life is all about

We think you’ll love what you see when you come to visit us at one of our open events. These run throughout the year and you can attend as many as you like to get advice, see the facilities and talk to tutors as well current students.

Our prospectus and website contains all the information you’ll need to know about study programmes and your college experience. But there is no replacement for seeing it all for yourself at an open event.

To register for one of our Open Events please click on your prefered date from the list below. Please register at our Lower Mounts Campus for Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy.

Booth Lane

Wednesday, 27 June 2018, 5pm – 7.30pm

Lower Mounts

Wednesday, 27 June 2018, 5pm – 7.30pm


See our FAQs about Open Events here

Link to virtual tour

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College term dates (2017/2018)

Autumn Term - First half term Monday 11 September to Thursday 19 October 2017
Study Review Week Monday 23 October to Friday 27 October 2017
Autumn Term - Second half term Monday 30 October to Tuesday 19 December 2017
Spring Term starts Wednesday 3 January 2018
Study Review Week Monday 12 February to Friday 16 February 2018
Easter break Monday 2 April to Friday 13 April 2018
May Day Bank Holiday Monday 7 May 2018
GSCE English and maths exams w/c 21 May, w/c 4 June, w/c 11 June
Half Term Week Monday 28 May to Friday 1 June 2018
Teaching stops for summer break Saturday 23 June 2018
Level 3 results published Thursday 16 August 2018 
Level 2 results published Thursday 23 August 2018 

*Formal teaching after Friday 25 May is likely to be interrupted as the College enters an intense examination period (including GCSE English and maths). Student timetables will continue into the exam period and beyond so that appropriate revision, preparation for exams and completion of course work is facilitated.

College term dates (2018/2019)

Autumn Term - First half term Monday 10 September to Friday 19 October 2018
Study Review Week Monday 22 October to Friday 26 October 2018
Autumn Term - Second half term Monday 29 October to Tuesday 18 December 2018
Spring Term starts Monday 7 January 2019
Study Review Week Monday 18 February to Friday 22 February 2019
Easter break Monday 8 April to Monday 22 April 2019
May Day Bank Holiday Monday 6 May 2019
GSCE English and maths exams w/c 20 May, w/c 3 June, w/c 10 June
Half Term Week Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May 2019
Teaching stops for summer break Saturday 22 June 2019
Level 3 results published Thursday 15 August 2019
Level 2 results published Thursday 22 August 2019

Higher Education term dates (2017/18)

Autumn Term Monday 2 October to Friday 15 December 2017
Study Review Week Monday 23 October to Friday 27 October 2017
Spring Term Monday 8 January to Friday 29 March 2018
Study Review Week Monday 12 February to Friday 16 February 2018
Easter break Monday 2 April to Friday 13 April 2018
May Day Bank holiday Monday 7 May 2018
Summer Term Monday 16 April to Friday 22 June 2018

College opening times

Monday 8.45am - 5.15pm
Tuesday - Thursday 8.45am - 9pm
Friday 8.45am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 4.30pm*

* Lower Mounts only

During holidays

Monday - Thursday 8.45am - 5.15pm
Friday 8.45am - 5pm

n college building retouched and cropped and croppedA publication scheme is a requirement of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The Act promotes greater openness and accountability across the public sector by requiring the College to make information available proactively, through a publication scheme.

Northampton College’s scheme follows the model publication scheme produced for further education colleges by the Office of the Information Commissioner.

The publication scheme is a guide to the information we make available to the public as part of our normal business activities. The information covered is included in the following classes:

The scheme is not a list of actual publications, because these will change as new material is published or existing material revised. It is however, the College's commitment to make available the information described.

A publication scheme must set out the classes, or categories of information published. It must make clear how the information described can be accessed and whether or not charges will be made.

Accessing information covered by the publication scheme

To request information available through our publication scheme, please contact:

Sarah Collins
Freedom of Information Officer
Northampton College
Booth Lane
Northampton
NN3 3RF

Where possible we intend to progressively publish all documents covered by the scheme in electronic format via our website although at present most documents are available in hard copy only.

What about information not covered by the publication scheme?

You have the right, under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, to request any information held by a public authority which it has not already made available through its publication scheme.

Requests should be made in writing and, in general, public authorities will have 20 working days to respond. They may charge a fee, which will be calculated according to fees regulations. They will not be required to release information to which an exemption in the Act legitimately applies. However, public authorities may be required to explain to the applicant why they are not releasing information and they may also have to justify this to the Information Commissioner.

Feedback

It is important that this publication scheme meets your needs. If you find the scheme difficult to understand, please let us know. We also welcome suggestions as to how our scheme might be improved. Any questions, comments or complaints about this scheme should be sent in writing to the named contact above.

If we are unable to resolve any complaint, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner, the independent body who oversees the Freedom of Information Act:

Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF

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