Prospective A Level and Level 3 vocational students will be given the chance to visit Callywith College, Bodmin, on Saturday, January 28, from 10am to 3pm.

The open event will give students the opportunity to meet current staff and students and explore everything the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ college has to offer.

The event will provide future students the opportunity to tour the state-of-the-art campus and outstanding facilities, talk to the exceptional teaching staff about the wide choice of courses on offer and get first-hand experience of what learning and life is like from current students.

The college’s friendly support staff will also be available to help visitors with queries on the application process, transport, learning and personal support and more.

Callywith Principal Jon Grey is delighted to be able to open the campus to the public once again: “Our open events are a great opportunity to discover more about the college, to see our stunning campus and most importantly, to talk to our exceptional staff and students about the wide range of A Level and vocational courses in addition to all the extra-curricular opportunities on offer.

“If you’re deciding where to study after your GCSEs, we would love to meet you and show you why Callywith College was rated Outstanding in all categories by Ofsted in 2020.”

Open day visitors will be able to experience a variety of interactive activities and demonstrations, including virtual reality in the computing and IT department and experiments in the science department, as well as finding out more about the College from the Principal in the College’s Lecture Theatre at 11am and 1pm.

The college’s Student Services team will be available to talk to students feeling nervous about starting college about any worries or concerns they have, as well as providing information on the support available during their time at college including mental health and wellbeing, careers and financial support. Visitors can even meet the College’s therapy dog Macy.

The college’s transport partner, Go Cornwall, will also be on-site to discuss the extensive, bespoke transport network that provides students with easy access to outstanding education from all over Cornwall and South Devon.

The college offers the widest choice of A Levels and Level 2 and 3 vocational courses in North and East Cornwall and an extensive range of extra-curricular activities including sport, medics’ and academic academies, the Extended Project Qualification and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

Students will be able to find out more and apply for all courses in the College’s Application Station in Temple Learning Resource Centre (T205) during the day.

To find out more about Callywith College, visit