A wide network of support systems is in place to ensure the safety, development and wellbeing of all of our learners.
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Tutors and learning advisors are on hand to provide you with support and guidance with all aspects of your study, while dedicated mentors ensure that any issues affecting attendance or behaviour are addressed.
You will also have access to the College counselling service, school nurse and one-to-one pastoral support with a dedicated personal tutor. You will have your own individual support plan, informed by their learning style, which will give you the focus needed to succeed. All 14-16 College learners are continually recognised and rewarded for their talents and you will be encouraged to reach your potential through our ‘Stretch & Challenge’ programme. This demonstrates our commitment to your personal development and raising your attainment levels.
If you have any queries, please call the 14-16 College reception on 01482 598892.
Need to talk? Free and confidential counselling services are available to Hull and Goole College learners should you need to talk about mental health, stress or any other issues affecting you.
Hull College Counselling Service provides a confidential and professional counselling service. You can refer yourself at any time and can come for counselling around any issue/topic, whether it is personal or related to life at college.
If you would like to request an appoint with the counselling team, please fill out the form below and either email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, post it in our letterbox outside room QG702 or send it to us at:
Hull College Counselling Service
702 Queens Gardens
If you have any queries regarding the service or a referral, please call 01482 598736 or 01482 313447.