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EKC Broadstairs Junior College

EKC Broadstairs Junior College offers an exciting alternative hands-on curriculum for those aged 14-16 specialising in Catering and Hospitality, or Sport and Leisure.

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Who is Junior College for?

EKC Broadstairs Junior College is a provision for learners aged 14 and over would benefit from an alternative to secondary school education.

It provides an opportunity for students that have a clear idea of the industry they want to progress into. Our specialised Curriculum areas in which students may be able to study include:

  • Catering and Hospitality
  • Sport and Leisure

 

Learn more about the subject areas we specialise in:

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Accessing a College Environment

Junior College students chose one of two specialist programmes in addition to their core subjects.

These two specialisms take advantage of industry standard facilities, and strong industry links and are taught by expert staff, from industry to enhance the student experience and raise career aspirations.

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A Nuturing Environment

Students engage in core subjects of maths and English within our purpose-built Junior College area.

With designated tutors and support staff on hand, our students are well supported to progress into further education.

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How to apply for the EKC Broadstairs Junior College

Step 1 – Is Junior College is right for you?

Discover more about our Junior College offering at an Open Day, or get in touch with the College to find out more.

Step 2 – Apply

Junior College applications are now open until Friday 29 March 2024.

You must currently be in Year 9 to apply.

Step 3 – Attend an Information Meeting

You will be invited to an information meeting at EKC Broadstairs College, where our team will explore your options and discuss your suitability for the Junior College provision.

Megan's Junior College Experience

We spoke to Megan about her time studying with the Junior College and why she thinks other young people should consider this route over tradition schooling. Here’s what she had to say:

“Junior College is full of supportive and engaging teachers who will really boost your confidence and give you a ‘can do attitude’. Add that to the equipment and facilities the College has to offer, and you’ll be able to succeed.

EKC Broadstairs Junior College has helped me massively on my journey to success and I will always be grateful.”

Megan, Junior College student
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Book an Open Day to experience our Junior College and discover your options

“I was immediately interested in coming to the Junior College when I found out I’d get a proper, vocational qualification at the end of the two years, so I could immediately start working in the Catering industry. The support at the College also great, I feel like the staff care about their students a lot more.

Sofia
Catering and Hospitality Specialism

“I chose to come to the Junior College because I think it will benefit me later in life and help me get into the industry I’m passionate about. I am really passionate about sport, so having the opportunity to focus on just that one specialism will help me get ahead in the future.”

Teagan
Sport and Leisure Specialism

We’re part of six community-based colleges

Our mission is to play a leading role for East Kent in developing the economic and social prosperity of the diverse communities we serve.