Responding to local, regional and national skills priorities, we find innovative ways of working with learners, employers and partners to create successful futures, social benefit and a diverse and sustainable economy.

We find ways of achieving more and better and we never give up on our learners or our mission. As a future-facing college, our colleagues are empowered and are part of a community that embraces equality, diversity and inclusion.

Going from our previous strategy ‘Strength to Strength’, the College seeks to build on its excellent reputation. Working collaboratively, we aim to boost aspiration, achievement and progression of our learners, whether they are young people, adults, employees or apprentices.

The College is at the forefront of technical learning and skills development in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.

We are proud to embrace the College’s history and its role in our creative City. Known as the ceramics capital of the world, Stoke-on Trent and Staffordshire have a rich heritage. The City carries a unique sense of pride of place and identity.

The Cauldon Campus was founded on a potbank latterly owned by the Ridgway family, flanked by the Cauldon canal and Hanley Park, and has a history built on the power of technical skills. Our Burslem Campus, housed building trades reflecting its role today, delivering industry skills from its state-of-the-art campus.

“Stoke-on-Trent City Centre BID is proud to have worked with Stoke on Trent College on numerous occasions. From pop-up art galleries in the city centre to the hospitality and catering students preparing and serving canapés at our high-profile events. The dedication and talent of students always shines through. We are committed to the growth of this relationship for the benefit of our businesses and the College.”

Richard Buxton CEO at Stoke-on-Trent City Centre BID