Part of Salford City College Group

We value parents’/guardians’ support and want to work in partnership with you to maximise your son/daughter’s success on their course.

We believe that working together with parents/ guardians is key to our students success.

We believe that working together with parents/ guardians is key to our students success and you can help by…

  • Encouraging your son/daughter to be on time for class.

  • Ensuring that we have your correct contact details.

  • Attending the parents’ evenings during the year – these give you the opportunity to meet staff and check on your son/daughter’s progress.

  • Encouraging your son/daughter to tell us about any concerns they have regarding their studies and life at college.

  • Not taking your son/daughter out of college for family holidays during term time.

  • Ensuring your son/daughter wears their ID card to college each day. This is so that we can identify students at all times.


The college will deliver outstanding quality in terms of teaching, learning and assessment and the student experience which results in high levels of attendance with a target of 95% or above.

We will promote the benefits of outstanding attendance and punctuality and expect students to attend all their classes following the Salford City College Student Standards which are detailed below:

  • Be Here

    Ensure you are punctual for all lessons and that you are equip for the session. Be present in mind body and spirit whilst ensuring you have a positive attitude to learning and phones are on silent and out of sight.

  • Be Ambitious

    Have the desire and determination to achieve great things. Work hard and focus at all times being the best version of yourself.

  • Be Hardworking

    To be hardworking you need to be determined to follow-through with all tasks and aspects of your study programme, try your absolute best at everything you do; be willing to do what is expected of/ asked of or needed of you with a positive attitude and to the best of your ability.

  • Be Respectful

    Listen actively and be polite. Respect yourself, staff, peers, and use appropriate language and tone in college. Look after the college environment and the facilities. Be kind and considerate to all in college and represent the college with pride when wearing the college lanyard outside of college grounds.

  • Be Safe

    Look after your feelings and others, respect others personal space and share any concerns about others wellbeing with staff. Move sensibly around college and travel responsibly to/from college. Stay safe online and report any misuse.


Key dates for the current and next academic years.

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Our team can answer any questions you have about our courses, campus or facilities. If you need specific information they’ll be able to connect you with the appropriate department or person. Use the contact details below.