David Game College

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David Game College
David Game College Logo.jpg
Location
31 Jewry Street, London EC3N 2ET
United Kingdom
Information
Type Private/Independent College
Established 1974
Ofsted Reports
Principal David Game MA (Oxon), MPhil (Lond)
Gender Mixed
Affiliations David Game College Group
Website

David Game College is an Independent sixth-form college based in Tower Hill, London. The college is coeducational and admits students between the ages of 13-19. Up to 400 students take full-time courses each year.

History

The college was founded by its still current principal David Game in 1974. The college was originally started with five rooms in a basement; today it is one of the largest independent colleges in the UK.[1] [2] The college has undergone a multi-million pound renovation move to Tower Hill in May 2017. [3]

Courses of study

The college offers a number of educational courses including; A levels, GCSEs, University Foundation Programmes and English as a Foreign Language Courses.

Accreditation

The college is inspected by Ofsted, the Government body responsible for monitoring standards in education. In its most recent inspection the teaching, pupil's achievements and behaviour was described as Outstanding.[4]

The college has also been awarded Tier 4 Sponsor status by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).

See also

References

  1. ^ "'Access All Areas' from 'Fabric September 2016' by Bookmark content".
  2. ^ "David Game College Prospectus 2015/2016".
  3. ^ "Announcements - David Game College London".
  4. ^ https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/files/912335/urn/100544.pdf

External links

  • Official website
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