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Remix for College Pathway at Reading College

Course description

This full-time option is for young people who are aiming to progress to Level 2 courses but whose English and maths are not quite at the required standard and would benefit from some intensive learning in these areas. Many students progress well with this focused approach to English and maths and in the relaxed yet professional learning environment of a college. The course is available part-time if you want to take one subject only.

Course content

You will study English and maths to get to the level required by other college courses, which you can then progress on to in the next academic year.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements. You will be required to take an assessment and undertake a successful interview to show your commitment to full-time study. We will also expect a satisfactory school reference.

Future opportunities

You can progress on to a wide range of Level 2 courses.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Reading College directly.

Last updated date: 12 September 2016
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    • BY RAIL

      Reading train station is a 20 minute walk from the College.

      Travelling from surrounding areas: there are direct lines from many local stations including: Didcot, Slough, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Basingstoke, Newbury, Pangbourne, Twyford and Earley.

      Travelling from London: there are regular trains from London Paddington to Reading taking 25-30 minutes.

      BY BUS

      There are regular bus services that stop along Kings Road:

      Reading Buses - routes 13, 14, 17
      Please Note: Reading buses require the exact fare.

      Arriva - routes 800, 850
      First Group - route 190
      Thames Travel - routes 126, 127

      In partnership with Reading Buses, students can get a weekly Travelcard at a reduced rate by showing the driver their student ID card.

      The Green Bus will be operating two new bus services from September 2014 for Reading College students.

       
      Service RC1 and RC2 will run once daily according to an agreed timetable on 175 days of each academic year connecting the college with Slough, Maidenhead and the areas in between.