Newcastle City Learning Citywide

Our performance and data

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Our Learner Survey results

You can view our latest learner survey results at this link Learner Survey 15-16 Academic Year (pdf, 153KB). We will shortly be releasing our results for the 2016-17 Academic Year, which ends July 2017.


Our performance data

 You can read about our performance data in our current Strategic Plan (pdf, 904KB)

There are also national websites available which have information about Newcastle City Learning's performance and our learner and employer satisfaction data.

Learner view is an online questionnaire from Ofsted. These are our most recent Learner View results (external link).

FE Choices is a website from the Education and Skills Funding Agency. This site helps you compare information about adult learning providers. The percentage of respondents who are likely to recommend us to Friends or family was 95% (May 2017)


Ofsted Reports

Reports on Newcastle City Learning are also available from Ofsted. Ofsted are the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. They report directly to Parliament and are independant and impartial. They inspect and regulate services that provide education and skills. Here are Newcastle City Learning's latest Ofsted reports (external link)

Find a course today!

New brochure out now!

Christmas 18 coverOur new brochure for Jan-Mar 2018 is out now. Download it here (pdf, 6.06MB) and enrol now!

Get your Learner Handbook now

75Our new Learner Handbook has arrived! Packed with useful information and details of the support that is available, we hope it will help you make the most of your learning experience with us in the new academic year 2017 - 18. Copies are available at our receptions, and will be given out at enrolment and you can download it here too (pdf, 5.07MB)

Advanced Learner Loans

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There have been changes to how education courses are funded for learners over 19 years old. Level 3 and above courses will no longer be funded by the Government (unless you are aged 19-23 years old and it is your first full Level 3 qualification) but you may qualify for an Advanced Learner Loan to cover your course fees.

If this loan is to fund an Access to HE Diploma leading to a completed degree, your Advanced Learner Loan will be written off so you don't have to pay it back.

It doesn't matter about your household income or even credit checks to qualify for a loan, and you don't have to pay anything back until you are earning over £21,000 a year.

Loans are available for people living in the UK on the first day of their course and have lived in this country, the Channel Islands of the Isle of Man for three years immediately before this.

Talk to our centre reception staff to get more details and your course offer letter which will have the information you will need to complete your loan application.

Find out more about Advanced Learner Loans.

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