16 – 19 Education
Now the education leaving age has risen to 18 and students are required to stay within education after 16 doesn’t just mean staying at school full-time; your child can stay at school, go to college, or take up an apprenticeship or a part-time training course. They can earn money and learn new skills at the same time if they want to.
At Solihull College & University Centre our students are treated as young adults and we show them trust with the expectation that they embrace responsibility, co-operation and self-discipline in order to achieve their desired goals and aims whilst studying with us. At all times we expect mutual respect and understanding with staff, tutors and fellow students and ask they demonstrate an active interest in all areas of learning, in preparation for making the transition into the world of work or higher education.
Parents and Guardians
We believe you, as parents or guardians have a huge role to play in providing encouragement and motivation from home in order to help get your child or ward the most out of their course while they’re with us at the College.
As well as this, we keep all parents and guardians up-to-date with progress and won’t hesitate to get in touch if we feel necessary, we want this attitude to reciprocate and encourage you to raise any questions or queries you may have about your child or ward, regardless of how far along their course they are and regardless of how trivial the matter may seem.
Solihull College & University Centre is a thriving, high-quality learning institution which prides itself on the young people who come here with the drive and determination to learn and make the most out of their experience, whilst upholding the high standards of mature behaviour and professional discipline expected of any institution beyond school. Together, we can ensure that every student leaves us with the brightest hopes for their futures, wherever it may be.
Examination Results for Summer 2023
How students can access their results
On receipt of your examination results from the awarding body, you will receive a text message to your mobile number we hold on the system, from the College to advise you that an email has been sent to your college account with an attached results statement.
The results day for each exam board are as follows:
- BTEC (level 3 Nationals):
- T-Levels (Technical):
- UAL (level 3 and 4):
- AQA (GCSEs):
- BTEC (First and Technicals):
- UAL (level 1 and 2):
Please note for qualifications that don’t have a specified results day certificates will be posted out to students once they have been received from the awarding body.
How to Access Your College Email
To access a college email account, please follow the steps below:
- Go to outlook.office.com/mail.
- Sign in with your college email and your network password. studentID@students.solihull.ac.uk
Forgotten Your Password?
Students who have forgotten their password can use the following instructions:
- Passwords can be reset on site in the Open Access Centre
- Students can go to Office.com and can reset their own password
- Go to www.office.com and click ‘Sign in‘
- On the sign-in screen, click ‘Can’t access your account‘
- Choose ‘Work or school account‘
- Enter your student email and type on screen characters
- Select ‘I’ve forgotten my password‘
- Enter connected phone number to send/receive text
- Enter verification code
- Enter new password and confirm
- Sign in using new password
Access Your College Email While Overseas
If you require access to your student account while overseas, please log a ticket with IT for temporary overseas access.
Select ‘IT Service Desk’
Complete the details requested as in the guide below. You will need to provide your college student ID number, when/where you are going and the relevant dates. The table on the ticket will prompt you for the relevant information.
Official statements and certificates
Where official statements are available the team will send them out via the post ASAP.
On receipt of certificates from the awarding body they will send out via the post ASAP.