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Coronavirus - East Norfolk Sixth Form is here for our community

The impact of the current pandemic is clearly making us all concerned for the future but the most important message that East Norfolk Sixth Form College wants to give our community is ‘we are here to support you.’

East Norfolk has been a Good College for over 38 years, so we have a long history of making sure that we support our community to excel in their education. We are an independent organisation uniquely placed to work with our partners, make decisions about our own curriculum and have the flexibility to make sure that our young people will be looked after through this pandemic in the ways that suit them.

Our students progress to very high quality destinations including degree apprenticeships, competitive courses and 11 of our students have offers for Oxford and Cambridge so we are well placed to continue to offer this specialist support and guidance.

Over the coming weeks we will be providing our prospective students with lots of information and resources to help them prepare for their studies at East Norfolk.

We are working with local high schools to ensure that the information we send complements the resources and support they are getting from their schools. In the same way that we are offering lots of help and support to our current students, we will be doing all we can to support young people moving from their high schools to further study.

Our high-quality expert teaching staff are already thinking beyond September 2020 and the best ways to help young people to excel when they reach us. Like our own current students, we will do everything possible to make sure that they are not disadvantaged by this situation.

Between now and enrolment, we will be supporting students, parents and carers at every step of the way to make sure that students are ready for college and to try and ease any concerns they may have.

If a young person has applied to EN and already been offered a place for September, then their place is secure.

If a young person is awaiting an interview, then this will take place over the phone.

If a young person hasn’t applied yet they should send their application online through and interviews will happen over the phone with offers of places made in this way too.

Our Admissions Team can be contacted via email: and they will help answer any of your questions or you can phone the College telephone number 01493 662234 for more information.

This is a challenging time, but together, with your commitment to work with us and our pledge to support you, we can meet the challenge and be ready for a new start for all our young people and their families.