We are always looking to give our students a well-rounded and fulfilling learning experience while preparing to head out on their career journeys. In order to support this, we have several students led groups that all enrolled Brooklands students are welcome to take part in.
Brooklands College values diversity and strives to create a welcoming community in which all individuals are respected and included. The entire Brooklands community, staff and students alike, are called upon to play a role in our ensuring our commitment to diversity and inclusion is a reality. We support respectful and meaningful inquiry across differences, including; ability, age, appearance, ethnicity, family/marital status, gender, gender expression, immigration status, language, nationality, political ideology, race, religion, sexuality, socio-economic status, and other personal identities and experiences. The working environment is changing, becoming more interconnected and interdependent; it is paramount that our learners are equipped to thrive in this environment. The ability to include, communicate, cooperate, and collaborate with diverse individuals is important. We therefore engage in dialogue around issues of difference, identity, and ideology in the classroom and throughout campus. Through embracing diversity, our views are widened and our community strengthened.
– Christine Ricketts, Principal
Whatever your age, gender, interests or way of learning – We are sure to have a course for you!
We are proud to be one of Surrey’s largest providers of vocational training and further and Higher Education. Our course offering is diverse and our teaching excels. The support we provide for our students is also excellent and recognised as one of our key drivers for success.
At Brooklands College, the welfare of our students is important to us.
While you’re studying with us our team will be with you every step of the way. The Safeguarding Team, Progression Mentors and Counsellor are here to support you.
We were thrilled to have had a stall at Pride In Surrey this year supporting the LGBTQ+ community!
Our LGBTQ+ Weekly Drop In is a lunchtime group that meets every Thursday lunchtime this academic year.
Do you need help and advice regarding immigration issues, work, finance, health or housing benefits? Citizens Advice can help you.
Student Unions facilitate and organise student activities such as clubs, socials, peer support and volunteering. They represent the students at the College and campaign on their behalf.