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Stanmore College

Stanmore College is in the Skills Funding Agency and the Young People’s Learning Agency. The College facilitates learning from Further Education (the Sixth Form) to Part-Time (Courses for Adults) and Employer Training. Its Sixth Form provides education to an average of 1,500 16- to 19-year-old school leavers. Students come from the Borough of Harrow and a wide area beyond including a significant amount from Brent, Hertfordshire and Barnet.


The College offers a range of vocational programmes and A levels. It has links with industry.

Recent years have seen Stanmore College operate with a sharpened focus on five areas, namely:

  • 16-18 year-olds
  • adults
  • workplace learning
  • job seekers
  • community learners

Expansion of the College

The College has a newly refurbished Learning Resources Centre.

External Links

  • Official Site

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