We are proud of our educational standards here at New College Stamford and we work hard to ensure that all of our students are supported to achieve their very best in a positive and aspirational learning environment. Our most recent Ofsted inspection took place in February 2017 and Inspectors confirmed our “culture of high expectations”, good standards of attendance, punctuality and behaviour, and “high-quality theory lessons and practical sessions”. Our students enjoy their learning, feel well supported, and leave us with the skills, attributes and qualifications to progress and thrive in their next steps.
The College was graded ‘good’ by Ofsted in all aspects of its performance and programme delivery.
The Department for Education publishes 16-18 Performance Tables which provide a range of measures of progress and attainment for students in the 16-18 age group. For an FE college such as ours, the Tables present a partial picture (they capture 22% of the qualifications delivered at New College Stamford in 2016/17) and include some results that were achieved by our students while studying elsewhere. The DfE is working to correct these errors.