Where is Hall Green Campus City College Birmingham?

Where is Hall Green Campus City College Birmingham?

Hall Green Campus. Cole Bank Road, Hall Green, Birmingham, B28 8ES. Tel: 0121 694 5000. Travel by bus: 6 & 11. Travel by train: Railway stations may be a considerable walk from the campus.

When did south and City College Birmingham change its name?

It was previously known as South Birmingham College & City College Birmingham. South & City College Birmingham is a result of the merger between South Birmingham College & City College Birmingham, South Birmingham College officially changed its name on 1 August 2012.

Where is the student car park at Hall Green?

There is a student car park at the front of the building, and spaces for visitors within the rear of the staff car park. Colebank Road directly opposite the college is a residential area. With our neighbours in mind, please avoid parking on the side streets where possible.

How to contact Hall Green secondary school summer school?

For any pupils that are in year 7 & 8 there are some spaces left for summer school this week! Please contact the school on 0121 628 8787 to express your interest! No cost involved with free lunch every day & lots of fun activities! Load More…

Where is south and City College Birmingham Nursery?

South and City College Nursery is a Grade 1 Outstanding early years nursery situated within the college grounds at Hall Green Campus in Birmingham. The nursery is a service for the students of the college, providing care for children from four months to four years old.

How many students are on Hall Green Campus?

At our Hall Green Campus you can choose from a fantastic range of courses. You can select from qualifications which include BTECs, and NVQs, with progression to Higher Education – through HNCs, HNDs and Foundation Degrees which are available at the campus. With over 2000 students, the campus buzzes with life.

When did Hall Green Primary School in Birmingham Open?

The red-brick and terracotta school building of Hall Green opened with a teacher’s house and accommodation for 240 girls and infants. Enlarged by 1930 and reorganised for juniors and infants, it still serves the district as its primary school. Hall Green Parade 1960.

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