In the last fortnight I visited Moulton College, just outside Northampton. I was pleased to meet the Principal of Moulton College, Corrie Harris, and its Chairman of Governors, David McVean, to discuss the college’s progression over the course of the last year, which has seen pupil numbers increasing and academic results improving.
Their most recent pass rate for Higher Degree Apprenticeships in Civil Engineering was over 90%, which is one of the highest in the country.
I had the opportunity to have a tour of some of the college’s vast estate, including seeing the full functional farm and sports pitches. (Covid-19 precautions were followed throughout.)
Moulton College offers a variety of interesting courses and specialises in several fields, welcoming students to study areas from equine and veterinary physiotherapy through to roofing and ecology. I am delighted that the College appeals to many of my constituents in attracting prospective pupils with interests in a wide variety of special courses, facilitating the unleashing of their potential ahead of their future careers.