We recognise that Capel Manor College is an integral part of the local and wider community that serves the needs of a wide range of individuals from the diverse ethnic and social mix of our multicultural society. We value diversity and recognise that people with different backgrounds, skills, attitudes and experiences bring fresh ideas, perceptions and encourage harmony and understanding within the College community.
We wish all of our students, staff and visitors to be treated with dignity and respect within a safe, positive working and learning environment free from discrimination, harassment or victimisation and will not accept any form of discrimination whether it is overt or covert. We are totally committed to tackling discrimination at all levels and ask everyone to accept responsibility for upholding this position as a basic requirement of studying or working at the College.
We aim to safeguard the interests of all equality groups including those protected characteristics of: age; disability; gender identity; pregnancy and maternity; race (including ethnic or national origins, colour or nationality); religion and belief; sex (gender); sexual orientation and marriage/ civil partnership.
We also promote equality of opportunity to ensure that all students, staff and visitors feel welcome, safe, valued, included and respected in our College community and at all of our centres across Greater London.
Counselling is available, by appointment, to all students at all of our centres. It is provided by qualified therapeutic counsellors. Contact with or referrals to other agencies such as local mental health teams may also be made on behalf of students.
Course tutors at all centres will be able to give you help and advice on career routes. Online information is also directly available from the National Careers Service. Careers advice and guidance is available from the College’s Careers Adviser along with assistance for Higher Education applications. The careers base has a collection of general and specialist information. If you are unsure about which course is right for you, you can contact our Careers Adviser by emailing email@example.com .
Course representatives are elected for each course group to provide learners with the opportunity to feedback their views and experiences of the courses to tutors and the College Senior Management Team.
If you wish to take part in Capel Manor’s wider community and be involved in the many events at our Enfield centre, you may wish to become a Team Capel volunteer. For further information contact our Lunch Time Activities Coordinators.
The Library and Learning Resources Service
There is a library at each of our centres, with the main library located at Enfield. We have a comprehensive collection of books, magazines and reference materials to support our courses.
The Library Catalogue is available in college and 24/7 via our virtual learning environment Moodle@Capel. You can borrow and return books at any of the centre libraries. Students can borrow up to 6 books at a time, for up to 2 weeks. Books can be renewed by phone, in person or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are black and white/colour photocopiers and printers in all centre libraries. We also offer study space with access to computers, Wi-Fi, and careers information.
Crystal Palace Park
Hot and cold drinks and food may be purchased from the park cafeteria. There are also vending machines in the College’s base in the Jubilee Stand and in The Croft building, at the farm. The farm is open to the public 300 days a year.
The Terrace Restaurant is open Monday to Friday from 8:15am- 4:00pm. During the summer months it is also open at weekends from 10am-5pm.
A range of fresh foods are delivered daily around midday. Hot and cold beverages and a range of snacks are available from the lobby vending machines.
Students may use the numerous restaurants and cafés in the park. Alternatively, there are vending machines in the centre, providing snacks and hot drinks.
Capel Manor Gardens and the walled garden at Gunnersbury Park are an integral part of the College and are used to provide practical experience for students. The gardens at Enfield are open to the public. The many visitors provide a part of the unique atmosphere of the College.
We believe the best results are achieved from the partnership between the College and all those who use its services. The Students’
Charter sets out what you can expect from the College and what we expect from you. A copy is given to all students at enrolment and copies are available to all from Reception at all centres, or from your course manager.
Student ID Cards
All students are issued with personal ID cards which, for security reasons, must be worn at all times on College sites and should be presented to security or other college staff when requested. ID cards enable access to libraries and college facilities. If you lose your card and/or your lanyard, you will be charged a £5 fee for a replacement.
Capel Manor Shop
The shop at reception in the Duchess of Devonshire Pavilion is open from 9:00am-5:00pm, weekdays and weekends, closed at the weekends between November and February. Students producing their ID card may claim occasional discounts on books and stationery items.
Manor Flowers (Enfield)
Manor Flowers is an exciting new retail shop selling sundry items, container and giftware for floristry, floral design and balloon artistry as well as offering fresh cut flowers; foliages and floral designs to students, staff and the general public, throughout the year. The shop also provides an excellent retail training facility for our learners.
Term Dates 2017-2018
FE Full Time starts 11/09/2017
FE Part Time starts 18/09/2017
HE starts 25/09/2017
Half Term Week 23/10/2017 – 27/10/2017
End of Term HE 08/12/2017
End of Term FE 14/12/2017
FE starts 02/01/2018
HE starts 08/01/2018
Half Term Week 12/02/2018 – 16/02/2018
End of Term HE 16/03/2018
End of Term FE 28/03/2018
FE starts 16/04/2018
HE starts 16/04/2018
Half Term Week 28/05/2018 – 01/06/2018
End of Term HE 22/06/2018
End of Term FE 06/07/2018