“Significant Progress” for College Education
Following their recent Ofsted Progress Monitoring Visit, SCL Education Group celebrate ‘Significant Progress’ result for their post-16 education provision; the highest accolade that can be awarded.
As well delivering the Level 3 NCFE Extended Diploma in Sport and Physical Activity at the Yorkshire Cricket College, SCL work with over 70 football, cricket and rugby clubs, foundations and community trusts across the country, SCL Education are inspiring, engaging and educating more than 3,000 learners each year; and more recently through a blended approach of delivery.
Following an in-depth review across both organisations which focused on the quality of delivery, whilst concentrating on the effectiveness of leadership and management and outcomes for learners, SCL were delighted to be awarded the grade, Significant Progress.
As well as the NCFE qualification, the Yorkshire Cricket College are introducing a new BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma in Business for September 2021 in partnership with SCL. The college are currently recruiting new students for both courses. For more information about the college, please click here to register for one of our open evenings.
We’re extremely proud to be setting the standard within education as we continue to put the learner at the centre of everything we do and prioritise our learners’ success, both with SCL and beyond.
Feedback detailed that: “Leaders and managers are passionate about supporting learners and apprentices to become increasingly confident, reflective and competent in their chosen career.”.
This achievement positions SCL within a very small percentage of providers who have achieved Significant Progress, during what has been one of the most challenging periods in recent history; as they continue to have a positive impact on all learners and within the communities they serve.
Brad Rushton, Group Managing Director at SCL Education Group
“SCL thoroughly deserve the recognition that Ofsted have awarded. The level of educational delivery at the Yorkshire Cricket College has facilitated a 100% pass rate for students who have graduated with us.
Many of those students are now studying at university, others have progressed into apprenticeships whilst some have used the work experience opportunities gained at Headingley to move into a career in sport.
The way our courses are delivered allows learners of all educational abilities to thrive in this environment and we look forward to more success stories in years to come.
Nick Robinson, Head of College