Located in south west London, close to the River Thames, Kingston College provides students with a friendly and stimulating environment in which to gain qualifications. Some 3,500 full-time and 6,000 part-time students are currently engaged with its professional approach to learning. The College of Further, Higher and Adult Education is based in Kingston Upon Thames, Greater London and has five campuses in the town. The main campus is the tallest building in the town and is based on Kingston Hall Road.
Aside from the main campus, the second campus is based on Richmond Road and is primarily used for the Arts. The third part of the campus is an SLDD provision at the North Kingston Centre. The fourth campus is at Anstee House on Wood Street and houses the Fashion, Media and English Language Teaching curriculum areas. The fifth and most recent addition is St James's House in Kingston, housing teaching education and many of the college's administration functions. In February 2013, Ofsted awarded Kingston College Grade 2 Good', making the College one of only a few London colleges with noticeably rising academic standards.
One of the most remarkable things about Kingston College is the range of facilities that it offers to students both to support their studies and to enrich their College life.
Some of the facilities include: The ACT Theatre, The Penny School Gallery, The Arena Sports complex, Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Salons, The Bighead Music Studios and Engineering Workshops
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