Ex-student Stephen Morgan MP launches new college facilities
Former City of Portsmouth College (COPC) student Stephen Morgan was back at our Sixth Form campus today to officially open newly-refurbished facilities.
The MP for Portsmouth South toured the site, as well as meeting year 1 politics students. He also chatted to Combined Cadet Force (CCF) cadets who had earlier taken part in a remembrance parade at the campus as part of Armistice Day.
The £650k grant funded project includes a new T Level science laboratory, seven large classrooms and a new Learning Resource Centre, which gives students the ability to study independently in a bright and spacious environment.
College Principal and CEO Katy Quinn said: “It was an honour to welcome Stephen back and show him our wonderful new facilities.
"It’s an exciting time for us at City of Portsmouth College as we further develop our learning areas, including for our new T Level provision.
"This refurbishment is already proving to be a hit with our students as it provides them with the space and equipment they need to prepare for their future careers.
"It was also great that Stephen also met with our politics and CCF students. All uniformed protective services students have the opportunity to join our CCF programme as a free additional element of their course.”
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