A typical day at EN

When you study at East Norfolk – you will be on a full time programme. You will typically be on a three block (subjects) programme. Extend students will be on a four block programme.

Each block is 90 minutes long and you will have three lessons a week for each subject – so 9 blocks of teaching for the majority of students and 12 blocks for Extend. You will also have between 3 and 6 non-teaching blocks for independent study and getting that all important coursework completed.

The College day is officially 8:50-15:40. The time at which these lessons take place is unique to every student (due to every student having their own individual programme).

 In addition to your lessons;

  • you will meet with your personal tutor once a week for the tutorial programme 
  • you will be encouraged to, and have the option to attend SET (Study Extension Time); a period where you will be able to meet with your subject tutors one-to-one in their teaching rooms for extra guidance and support with your studies. Each of our tutors have a specific day they run their SET however, it is always between 11:15 and 11:45.

You are free to use the campus facilities - study zones, skills areas, library, cafeteria and coffee shop when you are not in your lessons and during break & lunch.

You are equally free to leave the campus when you are not in lessons or on break, for example to visit the local amenities found on Gorleston High Street - only a short walk way.