Support for Residential Students

At Moulton, we take our safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and supporting the welfare of our learners is our top priority. Living away from home for the first time can be a daunting experience, but as a resident at Moulton College there is always something to do or someone to talk to.

The Student Support Manager co-ordinates the welfare support available to all residents through a team consisting of Residential Wardens, a Counsellor, a Chaplain and a team of Nurses.

Our team of Residential Wardens are available out of office hours to interact with students and respond to emergencies and any incidents of anti-social behaviour (late night noise etc). The Warden Team has a particular responsibility towards the care of our residential students who are under the age of 18.

If a student has any specific support needs then details should be disclosed on the residential application form. If necessary, the student will be invited to attend a meeting with the student support team so that we can find out more information. 
The student support team works closely with the academic and learning support teams at the College to ensure that residential students are fully supported.
Once a student has been allocated a place in residence they will be sent a Resident’s Handbook which provides further information relating to life in residence.
Moulton Life and Moulton Active organise social events which include trips, competitions and sporting activities. Students are encouraged to come forward with ideas for social events.

Once a student has been allocated a place in residence they will be sent further information relating to life in residence.

We value the views and opinions of our residents and we encourage students to get involved with our Resident’s Forums for both the Moulton (Further Education) and Holcot (Higher Education) sites.

Additionally you may be interested in reading the College's Safeguarding Policy and also the Complaints Policy.