Feltham College is a unique place to study - an intimate community with access to a wide range of academic and vocational partnerships. 

Our inspiring learning environment will give you a range of spaces to study and work with friends outside of lessons. A purpose built new building will reflects the learning and social spaces of students at university, and will have a common room, formal study area, gym, cafe restaurant, music and catering facilities and high-spec science laboratories.

Ambitious Culture

Feltham College will have extremely high expectations of you and your commitment to your future success.

We will expect you to arrive on time every day and be ready to learn and push yourself to accomplish your aspirations. In return, we’ll do everything we can to help you achieve your very best, and, importantly, to have a happy two years with us. Our teachers are from top universities from across the country, and have the knowledge, skills and passion to provide you with the individual support you need to reach your potential; both academically and in other areas of your life.

Applying for Destinations

Deciding on next steps, whether applying to university or going into work or training is one of the biggest life decisions you will have made to date. We are here to support you throughout the process, and to ensure that you and your family make fully informed decisions.

The preparation for university applications will begin in Year 12. You’ll be given a full introduction to the UCAS process, shown how to research courses and prompted to think critically about the right choice for you and your family. If you choose to apply to Oxford, Cambridge or for a Medicine or Law degree, we will work with our partners to offer you additional support and guidance as you prepare for your interviews and exams.

High quality work experience for all will help students to understand their options and identify the very best next step for them. Our partners will provide advice and guidance to choose the right path. 

Academic Tutors

You’ll have an Academic Tutor who will be responsible for supporting you and monitoring your progress. They will also support your overall well-being, and deliver an exceptional pastoral curriculum. Your tutor is the main person who will support you both academically and pastorally, and you will develop an excellent working relationship with them as they guide you through your choices.

We are delighted to be working in close partnership with our friends at Reach Academy and LEH on establishing this exciting new Sixth Form college in nearby Feltham. My colleagues and I are really looking forward to sharing our knowledge and experience of A Level teaching to help young people at the college realise their academic and all-round potential.

Kevin Knibbs, Headmaster, Hampton School