I decided to come to Waltham Forest College because my aunt recommended it as a good college. I like everything about the College, the teachers are very qualified and welcoming, and the overall atmosphere of the College is brilliant.
I'm looking forward to continuing my studies at Waltham Forest College after achieving a 7 in Maths GCSE.
I came to the College because a friend of mine recommended it. They offer a public services course which many other colleges do not provide. The best thing about the College for me is my teachers, they are always so friendly and willing to help.
I achieved a 6 in English GCSE and an 8 in Maths GCSE and after I finish year 2 of my course I want to go to university to study law or politics.
I'd recommend the College for those who want to get into teaching, or change their job path. I think anyone who has studied in a different country but is finding it difficult to find opportunities should talk to the team at Waltham Forest College. The College can help you to find a new career path or open options for you with different courses.
I achieved an 8 in GCSE Maths and will be completing my Teacher Training course so I can pursue a career in adult teaching where I hope to specialise in Biology.
I chose to come back to Waltham Forest College because I had studied GCSE English here before and I was blown away by the quality of teaching. The tutors at the College genuinely care about you and go above and beyond to help you achieve your best.
I would recommend studying at the College because my experience has been great. I'm looking forward to going on to the access to social sciences course and then progressing on to university!
The course has helped me so much. My confidence has grown and my tutors go above and beyond to help me with the course.
The College has a very supportive team of tutors. They really help you to achieve your goals and vision.
I started the course with very low confidence and low grades, but now since being on the course I am really improving. After this I plan to do an Access course, then to university.