Our confidential counselling service is there to help students through difficult times such as relationship difficulties, family issues, depression and any other personal circumstances that are emotionally difficult and may interfere with learning.
Students can contact the counsellor Evelyn Manful at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone (confidential voicemail) on 020 7536 5713.
Mental Health Support
We offer practical on course support for students experiencing mental health difficulties to support success. This support can include;
- A confidential chat with a specialist mental health adviser
- Exploring reasonable adjustments
- Regular support throughout their learning journey
- Liaising and consulting with relevant College staff/external agencies
- Information and access to local mental health services
- Developing strategies to manage the demands of college life
Please note this is not a counselling service, if a student requires counselling please contact the counsellor on your campus.
Contact our Mental Health Advisers.
Monday and Thursday – 0207 510 7611
New students are allocated a ‘friend’ from their course and from among continuing learners to help them settle in and find their way.
Our mentoring programme is designed to help students realise their potential through ongoing support, advice and encouragement of a role model. We have professional business mentors from companies based in Canary Wharf including KPMG and Clifford Chance.
Funds are allocated to students needing support with materials and other educational costs. These include the 16-18 bursary, the college’s 19+ bursary and the bursary for students taking out an advanced learning loan. We also provide free school meals for eligible students.
Additional Learning Support (ALS)
Our ALS team will help students to succeed and is open to all students at the college. Support can include in-class support, small group sessions, 1:1 support, drop-in support in our Learning Zone at our campus in Poplar and special exam arrangements. The team carry out assessments for all support needs including dyslexia, as requested. You can contact the team at ALS@www.ncclondon.ac.uk