A WARM WELCOME FROM OUR VICE-PRINCIPAL

JASBIR SONDHI

Welcome to Westminster Kingsway College

Starting college can be both exciting and challenging so we’ve done our best to make things easy for you.

This site contains information and resources which can help to support you before you start your course. It will be here for you to use throughout your college year.

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What are our student expectations?

WestKing Student Expectations


At WestKing, we want you to make friends, study hard, gain a qualification and progress to higher education and/or employment. You may want to become a future successful entrepreneur or one of the skilled employees many businesses are looking for. We have very high expectations of our students and we do our best to prepare you for the world of work, an apprenticeship or university. During the year, you will also study English and maths, if you haven't passed them yet. You will also develop employability skills and practise them during your work experience.




Attendance & Punctuality Expectations


You are expected to attend classes in line with your course timetable. Students should aim for 100% attendance; this is what your future employer will expect and nothing less. Be on time – put yourself and your fellow students in the best position to learn. When you're late, you disrupt the learning of other students. Be on time, every time.




Behaviour Expectations


Our students are expected to be confident, creative, work-ready, organised and resilient. For clear expectations about behaviour please click here




In Addition to your Studies


Whatever your interests, there is a lot going on at all of our centres – so get involved, have some fun, learn new skills or do some good for others. Join Clubs and Societies. including the student Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Learner Voice, Debating Society and much more! Join one of our sports teams and represent your college in competitions? Attend talks from visiting experts, and learn more about subjects such as human rights to genetics. Support other students by becoming a student ambassador, study buddy or peer mentor. Take part in volunteering and fundraising for local charities and organisations. Celebrate a range of college and public events, including our own Graduation ceremonies, Black History Month, International Women’s Day and LGBTQ+ History Month. For more information, contact Learner Services at your centre.