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Enrolment Notice


Online Enrolment Process

This year we have moved our entire enrolment process online for a completely digital process. If you would like to know why and how it affects you, please continue to read this page.

Why We Have Made This Decision

In short, it is to keep everybody safe. The less people we have in one place the better and since we have such a small window to get everyone enrolled we have opted for a remote enrolment process. This will give students and staff the option to complete the enrolment process entirely from home.

A Longer Induction Period to Get to Know You Better

We acknowledge that losing face-to-face interaction removes some of the personable elements of enrolment and give us less time to get to know you. That's why we have extended our induction period to several weeks.

During this time we will get better understanding of who you are and the best way that we can teach you. 

Grades and Autumn Exams

We understand many of you will have received grades that you do not agree with and may be aiming to appeal.

However, we will only be able to enrol you on to subjects that match your current achievement. In some instances we maybe able to move some students to a higher qualification if they display aptitude beyond what their grades indicate. Such decisions will be made during or after induction, once we have had some time to get familiar with who you are and how you work.

More Time to Feel-Out Your Chosen Course

This extension of induction means you have more time to decide what course is right for you. Don't like the course you initially chose? No problem! Let your tutor know and we will transfer you to a more suitable level or course.

Expert and Impartial Advice

Not sure what course or career to pursue? Once you are enrolled and started at college you will have access to our admissions course advisors, our careers advisors and our impartial advisors from Prospects. 

Educational Health Care Plans (EHCP)

If you have an EHCP please ensure you tick the relevant box on your enrolment form. If you don't we may not be able to ensure you get the support you need. If you do have an EHCP it may take us a while longer to get back to you as we will need to confirm we have the correct details with your borough. 

See You Soon!

It is a strange time, we have taken this decision to try and meet the needs of everyone involved. Please bare with us as we find our feet and help you find yours in this new world of ours. 

We look forward to meeting you on site when lessons begin. Until then, stay safe and drop us an email if you have any questions that can't be answered by the FAQ.

The SHC Enrolment Team


Required consents

  • I confirm that before signing this form I have read the Data Protection policy and privacy notice and consent to the College processing my personal data including any sensitive data in accordance with the data protection principles.
  • I confirm that I have received, read and agree to abide by the terms and conditions of enrolment, I agree that all of the information on this form is correct.
  • I confirm that I have received appropriate advice and guidance prior to enrolling on this course and I understand that if I am 16 to 18 years old then English, maths and work experience form mandatory elements of my study programme and I will be required to undertake each of these where appropriate.

The College will

  • Send you information about your course. However we would also like to send you information about other learning opportunities, courses and events.

Where you are under the age of 18 the College will:

  • Provide my previous years education provider with information about my academic attainments for the purpose of evidencing educational destination and outcomes;
  • provide my parent/guardian/carer with information about my attendance, behaviour, progress and achievement outcomes

ESFA Privacy Notice

This privacy notice is issued by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) on behalf of the Secretary of State for the Department of Education (DfE) to inform learners about the Individualised Learner Record (ILR) and how their personal information is used in the ILR. Your personal information is used by the DfE to exercise our functions under article 6(1)(e) of the UK GDPR and to meet our statutory responsibilities, including under the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 Please see the full privacy notice here:

LRS privacy notice

The information you supply is used by the Learning Records Service (LRS). The LRS issues Unique Learner Numbers (ULN) and creates Personal Learning records across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and is operated by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE).For more information about how your information is processed, and to access your Personal Learning Record, please refer to: