Moving on from school is an exciting time, and it's important that you and your child find the right course for them to help them progress into the career they want. Here at LMC we offer completely impartial advice and guidance to help you and them make that choice.
These are challenging times for all of us, but our Health, Safety & Wellbeing team have been working alongside the College's senior managers, to ensure that we can safely return to class-based teaching & learning. Timetables and class-sizes have been adapted to adhere to social distance guidance and some courses will be delivered using a blend of on-line learning and face-to-face teaching.
Our Safeguarding & Pastoral team and Learning Support staff will be on hand to ensure learners feel safe during these uncertain times.
Please be assured that our priority is to safeguard the health & well-being of the whole College community and we will continue to follow government guidance to adapt our procedures to the ever-changing response to Covid-19. In the event of your son or daughter exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus whilst they are on campus, you will be contacted and asked to take them home.
The LMC Code of Conduct for Parents, Carers and Visitors offers a reminder to all visitors to the College of the high levels of conduct and support expected for the work it carries out. This support enables us to work towards helping all learners to progress and achieve while working in an atmosphere of mutual respect, tolerance and understanding.
If you're considering Lancaster & Morecambe College for your son/daughter, we hope you find the information on the links below helpful. If there is anything else you would like to discuss, you can contact us using our Contact form or by calling 0800 306 306