We would like to wish a huge welcome to all of our new students and welcome back to all of our returners. We can't wait to see what's in store for this academic year!
Here are five of our returning Public Service students happy to be back on site! @hrcuniformedpublicservices
If you have any questions or concerns about your studies or college life, speak to your tutor - they are here to help you!👍
Well done to all of our students who collected their Maths and English GCSES today!
Nnedima recieved a grade 4 in her maths GCSE, meaning she can start her Level 3 Business course with us in September!
Click here to read more case studies from this years students!
You can collect your GCSE results from the campus where you sat the exam 9am to 2pm on Thursday 25th August 2022.
Ware – To be signposted at Main reception.
Broxbourne – Collect from Reception Area.
If you require someone else to collect on your behalf, you must give the nominated person a signed letter giving permission for them to collect and the individual must provide a form of formal identification i.e. Passport, Driving Licence.
Any results not collected by 2pm on Thursday will be posted out to the home address that we have on your student record.
If you are unable to attend to collect or await the posted results slip and require a secured email of results you will need to contact the exams office directly on the email address below for the special arrangements to be discussed and approved accordingly.
Students who would like to make an Appeal on a Grade released – Please contact your Tutor directly in the first instance and the process for this will be released. Please do not contact the Awarding Body directly to Appeal as this must be processed directly by the Exams Centre where you took the exam.
One of our Photography students, Ben Stamp's Final Major Project was selected for the University of the Arts Origins Exhibition for the second year running!📷👏
Here is Ben, alongside his Programme Manager, Joel Towers at the Private viewing, held at the Truman Brewery, Shoreditch, last month.
Ben highlighted how much he enjoyed his two years at HRC, and how he felt part of the College and has made some really good friends. Ben didn't intend to progress to university when he first started his course, now he’s off to Falmouth University to study Press & Editorial Photography!
Well done Ben, you have been a credit to HRC and we wish you all the best for the future!👍
This summer we are offering pre-season football training sessions for students who are looking to join us in September!
The training sessions take place over three weeks throughout August.