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1 14-16 Prospectus Bradford College 2015/16

2 For School AGED Learners CONTENTS Welcome to Bradford College 3 Contact Information 6 College Term Dates 7 Courses for School-aged Learners 8-29 Childcare 8 Construction 10 English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) 12 Entry Pathways 14 Hair and Beauty 16 Hospitality and Catering 20 Motor Vehicle Studies 22 Performomg Arts 26 Public Services 28 Information for Schools and Local Authorities 30 Campus Map 32 Open Days Raising the Participation Age 34 What our School-aged Learners Say 35 2

3 Welcome to Bradford College Inside this prospectus you will find information about courses that Bradford College offers to students aged between14-16 years old. These courses are designed to not only teach students in their chosen field of study, but to prepare them for future training in that area of work. We have lots of choices on offer that appeal to the kind of student who responds well to learning skills in a practical hands-on way. Our tutors are professionals who have worked in the industries and trades they now teach, so they are well placed to pass on the skills needed to help students succeed in their chosen area. Whatever their ambitions, Bradford College will provide a supportive and friendly environment. Additional to the courses within this prospectus, there is a wide range of full-time courses available for those students where school is not suitable, or for young people currently being home educated. For more information on our provision, please contact us on / Schools Team 3

4 We understand that choosing what course to study can be difficult. At Bradford College we are experienced in helping young people choose the right course to improve their career options. We have a long standing reputation for delivering vocational qualifications to school-aged learners and are proud of the achievements of our past students. Offering one of the widest ranges of courses in the region, we are an excellent stepping stone between school and further study or employment. For any queries about our provision at Bradford College please contact us on /

5 Information for Students For those aged between14-16, choosing to come to Bradford College is a big step, so you will need to know everything about becoming a student at the College. Within this prospectus you will find in-depth information about the courses you can study and what you can progress onto afterwards. You will also need to know what the College expects from you in terms of attendance and behaviour. We have produced a Guide for School-aged Learners which contains everything you need to know during your time at Bradford College. This guide can be viewed and downloaded in the Students section of the College website: Information for Parents or Carers If your child chooses a course at Bradford College and has received approval* to attend, they will need to complete a simple application form. Following this, they may be invited to attend either an interview, taster day or information session for their chosen course. There is a vast amount of information that parents or carers need to know. A Guide for Parents or Carers of School-aged Learners has been produced to cover what you need to know whilst your child is attending Bradford College. This can be viewed and downloaded in the Students section of the College website: *Schools and local authorities are required to submit a referral form confirming their approval for your child to attend a course at the College before they can commence a programme of learning. 5

6 Contact Information Schools Team Office hours are: Monday to Thursday, 8.30am pm Friday 8.30am pm. 6

7 College Term Dates 2015/16 Autumn Term: Monday 7th September to Friday 23rd October 2015 Monday 2nd November to Friday 18th December 2015 Spring Term: Monday 4th January to Friday 12th February 2016 Monday 22nd February to Thursday 24th March 2016 Summer Term: Monday 11th April to Friday 27th May 2016 Monday 6th June to Friday 1st July 2016 College Staff Training and Planning Days (TAP Days) (College closed to all students) Tuesday 10th November 2015 Monday 14th March 2016 Thursday 7th July

8 For School AGED Learners Childcare Qualification: CACHE Award in Child Development and Care (Level 1 and Level 2) Suitable for: Year 10 & 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.00am-1.15pm Venue: The David Hockney Building Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? This course will either introduce you to or enhance your knowledge of Childcare. You will develop knowledge, skills and understanding through the completion of three Modules. These are: An Introduction to Working with Children Aged 0-5 Years Development and Well-being 0-5 Years Childcare and Development 0-5 Years. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will be taught in a classroom environment and will be involved in practical and simulated working conditions to enhance your employability and progression skills. Your first two Units will be assessed internally and may involve written reports, graphs, posters, projects and project plans, a portfolio of evidence, sketchbooks or presentations. Your final Unit will be a multiple-choice exam paper. You will be graded A*-D for each of the three Units. What are the Entry Requirements? You should have a good level of English and be working towards achieving GCSE English and Mathematics at Grade C or above. What Next? Successful completion of the qualification can lead to the Level 2 Diploma in Childcare, an Apprenticeship, traineeship or employment. Depending on your GCSE results you may be able to progress straight to Level 3. 8

9 Information for Schools Fees: 7.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Total: 1, Qualification Code: 500/9010/0 (Level 1) 600/6644/1 (Level 2) Level 1 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Pass Performance Points Level 2 Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points A* A B C D

10 For School AGED Learners Construction Qualification: BTEC Level 1 Certificate in Construction Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: Trinity Green Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? This course is designed to give you a basic introduction to the Construction industry and a sample of some of the trades within the industry. You will be introduced to Carpentry, Joinery and Brickwork as part of the course and you will undertake four Units. These are: Health, Safety and Welfare in Construction Developing Bricklaying Skills Developing Joinery Skills Producing a Timber Product. You must complete all four Units to be awarded the qualification. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will learn in a practical workshop environment, building skills throughout the year, which will result in the production of wood and brickwork evidence. Practical work will form part of your overall assessment along with some written work which must be completed for your portfolio of evidence. What are the Entry Requirements? There are no formal entry requirements, however, you should have an interest in the Construction industry and the course. What Next? If you are a Year 10 learner, you can progress onto a BTEC Level 2 First Award in Construction in Year 11. If you are in Year 11, progression can be to a specific trade or alternatively you may consider an Apprenticeship, traineeship or employment. Progression to further learning and training may have additional entry requirements such as qualifications in Mathematics and/or English at specific grades or levels. 10

11 Information for Schools Fees: 9.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Protective Clothing Total: 1, Qualification Code: 500/6591/9 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Pass

12 For School AGED Learners English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Qualification: Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life (Pre-entry, Entry Levels 1, 2, 3 and Level 1) Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day/Time: Variable dependent on level Venue: The David Hockney Building Duration: One Year Full-time (up to 36 weeks) FULL-TIME COURSE What Will I Learn on the Course? The Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life course is designed for students new to English and the UK who have been educated (or have had very little education) in another country. The course will enable you to acquire and develop your English language skills, be involved in vocational taster activities and familiarise yourself with the college environment. Pastoral staff will work closely with schools to ensure you have a positive learning journey. Attendance Options Courses can be delivered either part-time (17 weeks) or full-time (36 weeks). You will study, on average, 16 hours per week. What are the Entry Requirements? There are no formal entry requirements; however, you will be required to undertake an assessment prior to the course starting to determine the most suitable level of learning. What Next? Progression from this programme is variable depending on your level of English. Progression can be back into mainstream school, onto further study in English or onto post-16 academic and vocational courses. 12

13 Information for Schools Fees: 4, per full year or per week. Performance Measures: Grade QAN Code Contribution to Level 1 Performance Points Entry Level 1 Pass 100/3740/ Entry Level 2 Pass 100/3741/X Entry Level 3 Pass 100/3742/ Level 1 Pass 100/3743/

14 For School AGED Learners ENTRY PATHWAYS Qualification: Entry Pathways Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day/Time: Upto Three days per week, 9.30am-3.00pm (Days dependent on vocational option) Venue: The David Hockney Building Duration: One Year Full-time FULL-TIME COURSE What Will I Learn on the Course? The course offers you the opportunity to try out college, whilst undertaking qualifications suitable to your level of learning. The course combines vocational study of your choice with English, Mathematics, Personal and Social Development, Citizenship and Enrichment Activities. You will undertake a range of accredited qualifications throughout the course which you can build upon in preparation for moving onto higher level courses. You will choose from a wide range of vocational options including: Art & Design, Business, Catering, Childcare, Construction, Drama, Hair & Beauty, ICT, Performing Arts, Land-based Studies and Sport. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will participate in practical activities, classroom-based activities and enrichment/trips that will complement your learning at the College. You will be assessed continually throughout your course. You will be required to sit final assessments for your English and Mathematics qualifications, however, you will only be put forward for these qualifications once you are confident you are ready. You will be supported in the classroom by a dedicated tutor and a learning support assistant. What are the Entry Requirements? There are no formal entry requirements, however, the course is aimed at those who are currently working at Entry Level/ Pre-GCSE level. What Next? Success on the course offers you the chance to progress further in education and/or training. 14

15 Information for Schools Fees: 4, per full year or per week. Qualification Codes/Performance Points A tailored programme of learning is delivered to students. A full list of qualifications, codes, levels and performance points will be provided to schools once the programme has been established. 15

16 For School AGED Learners Hair and Beauty Qualification: City and Guilds Level 1 Certificate in Introduction to the Hair and Beauty Sector Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: The David Hockney Building Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? You will be introduced to the Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy sector. The course follows the Hairdressing Pathway and has a strong practical element but you will also complete written work and a portfolio of evidence. The course is made up of four mandatory units followed by 18 credits from a mix of Hairdressing Units, all of which have to be completed to achieve the qualification, the mandatory units are: Introducing the Hair and Beauty Sector Presenting a Professional Image in a Salon Follow Health and Safety in the Salon Working with others in the Hair and Beauty Sector How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will undertake the majority of your course in a practical salon developing your hairdressing skills. You will spend part of the programme in the classroom where you will be taught the theory surrounding the sector. You will be required to present work in a range of ways including presentations, posters, mood boards and photographs and present this in a portfolio of evidence. What are the Entry Requirements? There are no formal entry requirements, however, you should have an interest in the hairdressing sector. Students are also required to wear a full salon uniform and therefore, must be prepared to conform to this requirement throughout the whole of the course. What Next? Successful completion of the qualification can lead to Level 2 qualifications in Hairdressing an apprenticeship/traineeship or employment. 16

17 Information for Schools Fees: 9.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Salon Uniform Total: Year 1: 2, Qualification Code: 500/6347/9 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Pass

18 For School AGED Learners Hair and Beauty Qualification: City & Guilds Level 1 Principal Learning in Hair and Beauty Studies Suitable for: Year 10 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: The David Hockney Building Duration: Two Years What Will I Learn on the Course? The course will introduce you to this dynamic and expanding sector. You will combine general education and sector-specific theory, knowledge and practical activities related to employment within the hair and beauty sector. This course has a strong theory element but you will also have the opportunity to develop your practical skills. The course is made up of seven Units, all of which have to be completed to achieve the qualification. The Units are: Introducing the Hair and Beauty Sector Creating a Positive Impression in the Hair and Beauty Sector Introducing Hair Styling Introducing Basic Skin Care Treatments Introducing Basic Hand and Nail Care Services Personal Appearance, Styling and Well-being Careers in the Hair and Beauty Sector and Related Industries. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will undertake part of your course in a practical salon developing both your hairdressing and basic beauty therapy skills. You will spend a substantial amount of the programme in the classroom where you will be taught the theory surrounding the sector. You will be required to present work in a range of ways including written assignments, presentations, posters, mood boards and photographs and present this in a portfolio of evidence. The first Unit will require you to sit an externally assessed exam with the remaining Units being internally assessed by your tutor. What are the Entry Requirements? You must have a good level of English and be working towards achieving GCSE English and Mathematics at Grade C or above. What Next? Successful completion of the qualification can lead to Level 2 qualifications in Hairdressing and/or Beauty Therapy, an Apprenticeship, traineeship or employment. 18

19 Information for Schools Fees: 9.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Salon Uniform Total: Year 1: 2, Year 2: 1, Qualification Code: 600/6479/1 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points A* A B

20 For School AGED Learners Hospitality and Catering Qualification: BTEC Level 1 Certificate in Introduction to the Hospitality Industry Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: The David Hockney Building Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? Through the delivery of a range of Units, you will be introduced to the Hospitality industry. You will complete seven Units across the year. These are: Introduction to the Hospitality Industry Customer Service in the Hospitality Industry Serving Food and Drink Basic Cooking Food Service Basic Food Preparation and Cooking Using Kitchen Equipment. You will be working in a realistic kitchen environment and will be expected to behave in a mature way and work safely when using kitchen equipment. You will be expected to wear the appropriate uniform as part of the course. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will be taught in a practical kitchen environment for a large part of the programme. You will work alongside experienced staff and students undertaking Apprenticeships and higher level qualifications. This will enhance your experience on the course and develop your skills to a higher standard. You will also take part in classroom activities to ensure you meet the requirements of the qualification. You will be expected to produce written work as part of the programme and you will be assessed through a portfolio of coursework. What are the Entry Requirements? You should have a good level of English to enable you to complete written assessments as part of the programme. You should also have an interest in Hospitality and Catering. What Next? If you are completing this course as part of your Year 10 studies, you can move onto the Level 2 First Certificate in Hospitality in Year 11. If you are a Year 11 student, successful completion of the qualification can lead to post-16 study at Level 2, an Apprenticeship, traineeship or employment. You may be required to have additional qualifications in English and Mathematics to progress onto the next level of learning. 20

21 Information for Schools Fees: 9.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Uniform Total: 2, Qualification Code: 500/7521/4 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Pass

22 For School Based Learners Motor Vehicle Studies Qualification: ABC Level 1 Certificate in Motor Vehicle Studies* Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: Bowling Back Lane Automotive Centre Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? Whilst on the course you will learn the basics of Motor Vehicle Studies and complete seven Units. These are: Health and Safety for Motor Vehicle Studies Introduction to Spark Ignition Power Units Introduction to Engine Liquid Cooling and Engine Lubrication Introduction to Steering and Suspension Introduction to Vehicle Breaking Systems Introduction to Vehicle Wheels and Tyres Introduction to Vehicle Exhaust Systems. You must complete all seven Units to achieve the Certificate and enable you to progress further. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will be taught in a real workshop environment using industry standard equipment and you will be expected to behave in a mature way and work safely when using equipment and carrying out tasks. You will be tested on practical elements of the course as you progress. You will be expected to undertake classroom activity as part of the course and complete a workbook to evidence what you have learnt. You will also undertake a short online test at the end of the year. What are the Entry Requirements? There are no formal entry requirements for the course, however, you should have a good level of English to enable you to complete written work as part of the assessment. What Next? Successful completion of the course will lead you onto the Level 1 Diploma in Motor Vehicle Studies. Those who are taking the course as part of Year 11 studies may be able to progress straight onto the Level 2 courses or an Apprenticeship, subject to GCSE grades at C or above in English and Mathematics. *Not listed on Key Stage 4 performance table. 22

23 Information for Schools Fees: 9.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Protective Clothing Total: 1, Qualification Code: 500/4220/8 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Pass

24 For School AGED Learners Motor Vehicle Studies Qualification: Suitable for: Day: Time: Venue: Duration: ABC Level 1 Diploma in Motor Vehicle Studies* Year 11 (Progressing from the Level 1 Certificate) Monday 9.30am-3.30pm Bowling Back Lane Automotive Centre One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? You will continue to develop the skills you gained on the Level 1 Certificate course, completing additional Units to increase your qualification to a full Diploma. You will complete the following four Units: Introduction to Engineering Equipment and Materials Introduction to Battery and Lighting Systems Introduction to Vehicle Inspection Introduction to Vehicle Ignition Systems. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will continue to learn in a practical workshop environment whilst undertaking classroom activity to complete the necessary written work required for the qualification. What are the Entry Requirements? You must have completed the Level 1 Certificate in Motor Vehicle Studies. What Next? Successful completion of the Diploma provides preparation for further vocational training. This includes continuing onto other related qualifications at Level 2 or appropriate Apprenticeships at Level 2 such as Vehicle Fitting, Vehicle Maintenance & Repair, Vehicle Body & Paint Operations, Roadside Assistance & Recovery, Vehicle Parts Operations and Vehicle Sales. *Not listed on Key Stage 4 performance table. 24

25 Information for Schools Fees: 9.00 per hour Registration and Assessment Protective Clothing Total: 1, Qualification Code: 500/4209/9 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Pass

26 For School AGED Learners Performing Arts Qualification: BTEC Level 1 Certificate in Performing Arts Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day: Friday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: Old Building/Lister Building Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? As an introduction to the exciting and challenging world of the Performing Arts, this course will develop your confidence and your vocal and physical skills. You will learn through: Work in groups Research projects Taking part in practical activities and discussions Devising and improvise Working to commissions. You will learn: Time management skills Organisational skills Problem solving skills Working to deadlines Working as part of a group. You will complete two units: Unit 2 - Taking Part in a Performance Unit 7 - Exploring Acting Skills. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? All Performing Arts courses are assessed through a portfolio. The content of this is made up of assignments, note books, worksheets and tutor observations. All assignments clearly show what you have to do and how you are assessed. What are the Entry Requirements? There are no formal entry requirements, however, you should have an interest in performing arts. What Next? Successful completion of the qualification can lead onto the Level 2 Diploma in Performing Arts. 26

27 Information for Schools Fees: 7.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Total: Qualification Code: 500/6606/7 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Pass

28 For School AGED Learners Public Services Qualification: Pearson BTEC Level 1/2 Award in Public Services* Suitable for: Year 10 and Year 11 Day: Wednesday Time: 9.30am-3.30pm Venue: The David Hockney Building/Trinity Green Building Duration: One Year What Will I Learn on the Course? You will be provided with a realistic introduction to work in any of the Public Services sectors including Fire, Police, Ambulance, Prison and the Armed Forces (Army, Navy and RAF). The course has a strong theory element but you will also participate in physical activities. The course is made up of five Units, all of which have to be completed to achieve the qualification. The Units are: The Role and Work of the Public Services Working Skills in the Public Service Sector Employment in the Public Services Public Services and Community Protection Health, Fitness and Lifestyle for the Public Services. How Will I Learn and be Assessed? You will be taught in both a practical and classroom-based environment. The qualification requires the submission of work for four Units with one Unit being externally assessed through a one hour assessment at the end of the year. What are the Entry Requirements? You must have a good level of English and should be working towards achieving GCSE English and Mathematics at Grade C or above. What Next? Successful completion of the qualification at Year 11 can lead to full Level 2 qualifications in Public Services or related industries. Alternatively, you may consider an Apprenticeship, traineeship or employment. Students completing the course as part of their Year 10 studies can progress onto the Level 2 Certificate to enhance their current qualification. *Not listed on Key Stage 4 performance table. 28

29 Information for Schools Fees: 9.50 per hour Registration and Assessment Uniform Total: 2, Qualification Code: 601/0926/9 Performance Measures: Grade Level 1 Threshold Level 2 Threshold Performance Points Level 2 Distinction* Level 2 Distinction Level 2 Merit Level 2 Pass Level 1 Pass

30 For School AGED Learners Information for Schools and Local Authorities 30 Qualifications Reforms to vocational qualifications were implemented in 2013 and have resulted in significant changes to the design of qualifications and a reduction in the range and number of vocational qualifications included in school performance measures. The qualifications offered, where possible*, are approved by the Department for Education for delivery to pre-16 learners and appear on the Key Stage 4 Performance Tables Each course page lists the performance points for the individual qualifications. *Courses that are not listed as approved will be identified individually within the prospectus. Full-time Places The College is happy to accept applications from schools and local authorities for school-aged learners. All full-time applicants are subject to the College s admissions process, requiring learners to attend an interview and/or an information/taster day. Offers for courses are subject to the learner s interview and results of initial assessments. Please note that full-time courses will close to new enrolments two weeks after their start date. It is advisable that young people planning to join Bradford College full-time in September 2015 apply at the earliest opportunity and before the start of the academic year. Full-time places cannot be guaranteed after 25th September Fees and Invoicing Course fees are listed on individual pages and incorporate the hourly rate, awarding body registration and assessment fees and any additional costs for uniforms, kits, protective clothing and footwear. Students are subject to a 42 day/6- week introductory period. If students do not settle into their provision and do not remain on their course, there is no charge to the school. For students who remain at the College after this period, the school will be charged the full rate for the year. Full-time fees are set at 4, and include all course associated costs. Invoices for the full academic year will be issued in January Students with Additional Needs Students who are in receipt of Pupil Premium must be offered support on the programme. This can be provided by the school, however, if the school has insufficient resource, the College will provide this but schools will be charged the appropriate portion of the Pupil Premium for providing this.

31 Free School Meals Students who are in receipt of free school meals will be provided with meals whilst attending their College course. The College should be made aware of the names of students who are in receipt of free school meals prior to the start of the course. Free school meals are charged to the school at a cost of 2.50 per day* and will be included on the school s invoice. *School meals are pre-paid termly and therefore chargeable regardless of attendance. Attendance To allow students the opportunity to undertake a programme of learning at the College, it is important that attendance is consistent. Historical data shows that learners who fail to attend for the majority of their programme are unlikely to achieve the qualification. The College operates a challenging 95% attendance rate for all students. Students who fail to meet this are subject to an attendance report for a fixed period. Students who fail to meet the College s attendance report expectations or fall below 85% attendance will be withdrawn from their programme of learning. Attendance is reported to schools (usually direct to the Attendance Officer) on the day for learners attending one-day provision. Learners who attend full-time provision will have their attendance reported weekly. Progress Reporting The College will provide written progress reports for each student three times per year. These are usually provided at Christmas, Easter and end of year. Copies of progress reports are sent to parents or carers and to the school or local authority. 31

32 L For School AGED Learners CAMPUS MAP Barkerend Training Centre Postcode: BD3 9BD Bolton Royd Postcode: BD8 7BB P PARKFIELD RD WHITE ABBEY RD SUNBRIDGE RD THORNTON RD P LISTERHILLS RD LANE LONGSIDE MANNINGHAM LANE Bolton Royd P MANNINGHAM LANE DREWTON ROAD CARLISLE RD QUEENS ROAD MIDLAND RD GRATTAN ROAD CARLTON ST GROVE TERRACE THORNTON ROAD TUMBLING HILL ST HAMM STRASSE WESTGATE TETLEY ST CLAREMONT MANOR ROW MANNVILLE TERRACE BARRY ST SUNBRIDGE ROAD NCP WESTBROOK STREET RANDALL WELL ST MORLEY STREET Centenary IT and Centenary Hair & Nails GODWIN ST Alhambra Theatre CHESTER ST P LITTLE VALLEY ROAD Forster Square Station CHEAPSIDE KIRKGATE HORTON LA BRIDGE ST Centenary Square City Park Magistrates Court PRINCES WAY CANAL ROAD SENIOR WAY BOLTON ROAD BALME ST City Hall Central National Library Media Museum P HALL INGS NCP LEEDS ROAD CHURCH BANK WELL STREET BRIDGE ST Bradford Interchange Bus, Coach & Train Station MANCHESTER ROAD CROFT STREET ST HEAP SHIPLEY AIREDALE RD BARKEREND ROAD County & Crown Courts PROSPECT STREET City Training Services P Bowling Back Lane Postcode: BD4 8SA WAKEFIELD ROAD BOWLING BACK LANE ROAD WAKEFIELD P Bowling Back Lane ST SQUARE LAISTERIDGE LANE GREAT HORTON ROAD BACK ASHGROVE PEMBERTON DRIVE DIRKHILL ROAD ASHGROVE EASBY ROAD Doris Birdsall Hall Trinity Green LITTLE HORTON GREEN TRINITY ROAD I T T L E HORTON LANE LITTLE HORTON LANE PARK LANE PARK ROAD Key P MILL LANE Entrance to college buildings Road one-way only Road No Entry Bus Stops Free City Bus Stops Car Parking ALL SAINTS ROAD HORTON PARK AVENUE HOLME TOP LANE For College Student Safe Spots, see web page:

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