Studying Online may be new to some or perhaps there are elements you are unfamiliar with. Please see information and useful links below which will hopefully be of assistance through this time. Your tutor should be the first port of call for any queries and can be contacted via their @suttoncollege.ac.uk email address.
The College has a limited amount of resources which may be loaned to students in the appropriate circumstances in order to help them access a class online.
To find out more please speak to our Enquiry Centre on 020 289 4700.
We recognise that at this time, more than ever we all need to look after our mental health and wellbeing while we are at home. You may find these links useful :
If you want to speak to someone at the College regarding your welfare, please call our Safeguarding team on: 07840 044501
There is a huge amount of information in circulation, much of which is not always accurate so please do refer to the official updates on Covid -19 which can be found at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ and https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Advice on Coronavirus in other languages can be found here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLggQFjpTLgpIq0r7-nFO9mT6j8Yk2vKBt
For queries related to your course, please liaise with your tutor either via email or when in online class.
Our teams are working remotely and to contact us you can use the contact form at http://www.suttoncollege.ac.uk/contact-us/ or any of the regular email addresses as below:
For general and course information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For course queries contact: email@example.com
For general queries, advice & enrolments:
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm 0208 289 4700
For Advice & Guidance:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9am -5pm 0208 405 7048
Please be patient if your call is not answered immediately or the line is engaged.
Sutton College is involved in a London Wide project to Keep London Learning and some of our tutors have developed FREE online opportunities for you to Keep Learning at home and to help stimulate your mind and improve your mental wellbeing. See the Keep London Learning Website
There are many galleries across the UK that have evolved in these challenging times and changed the way they ‘open’ their doors. The way you can look at and admire art has changed with videos and virtual tours being made available. Here are just a few links you may find interesting including the ‘Picasso and Paper’ exhibition at the Royal Academy:
If you are studying English or Maths with us or just have an interest, a great website to visit with lots of resources and tips and tricks for reading, writing, speaking and listening is BBC Bitesize
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students have a huge range of online resources available to help with learning and below are just a few of these helpful websites and they include some great vocabulary word games!
A new online learning platform to help boost the nation’s digital skills while people are staying at home, has been launched.
The free courses are available through a new online platform hosted on the gov.uk website, called The Skills Toolkit. The new platform gives people, including those on furlough, access to free, high-quality digital and numeracy courses to help build up their skills, progress in work and boost their job prospects.