Merton College is the new name of South Thames College’s Merton Campus. On 1 August 2017 South Thames College merged with Kingston and Carshalton Colleges, creating the South Thames Colleges Group. As part of the merger we decided to relaunch the Merton College name, meaning the group has four separate colleges.
Apart from a new name we’re certain you’ll find little else has changed. Our teachers are still as committed to helping you achieve your ambitions, and you’ll still be studying in the same industry-standard facilities the College is known for.
Merton College is part of an organisation that focuses on respect and hard-work, you’ll be encouraged to challenge yourself but also have a lot of fun along the way.
So whether you have aspirations to be a patisserie chef or run your own business we will be on hand to guide and encourage you every step of the way. Our teachers will work hard to make sure you get the most out of course and in return they’ll expect you to put in the time and effort to thrive in classes.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Merton College
- SM4 5QX
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- Age Ranges
- 14 and over
Merton College welcomes learners with learning difficulties or disabilities and provide support to make sure you’re successful in your learning.
There are three main pathways for learners with learning difficulties or disabilities:
1. Mainstream courses with learner support
2. Skills for Working Life for students with a moderate learning disability
3.The Aurora Centre for students with autistic spectrum disorder and complex needs
- Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Secondary (11-16 years)
Last updated: 12 Feb 2019