News August 2020: W12 is available as a staffed study area from the week commencing Monday 10th August until Friday 21st August, 10am-3pm for current Huish students.
Exam Certificates for the Class of 2020 will be available to collect from Reception in December.
Richard Huish College student, Julia Jeziorny, recently participated in Model United Nations, an International competition set up to give young people the chance to participate in simulations of United Nations conferences. By role-playing meetings like the Security Council and General Assembly, participants get a unique insight into how the United Nations works. They research, debate […]
News July 2020 – Information about support available on Results Days
News July 2020: Amy Hubbard is the latest student to be nominated as a Huish Hero after stepping in to become a ‘Maisie Manager’ to help the children of Musgrove Park Hospital and beyond.
Useful information for international students due to join Richard Huish College, UK.
Information about fees and how to apply to Richard Huish College, UK, as an International Student.
Discover the courses available for International students at Richard Huish College, Taunton, Somerset, UK.
Find out more about studying at Richard Huish College as an International Student including accommodation options and the College’s results.
View our International Prospectus or contact us to discuss studying at Richard Huish College as an International Student.
Richard Huish College is one of the leading inspected state Sixth Form Colleges in the UK. Find out more about studying as an International student.
News July 2020: John Eddy will be taking over from Jenny Veal, as Head Teacher at The Taunton Academy, part of the Richard Huish Education Group.
Enter into our Creative Writing and Illustration Awards – The Brunner Cup, The Ross Paterson Award and The Lucas Cup
News June 2020: Although the Basketball season was cut short due to the Covid 19 outbreak, both the Huish Tigers National League Programme and the Richard Huish College performance sides have been able to achieve great success in 2020.
News June 2020: In the latest national league tables, published in March 2020 by the Department for Education (DfE), Richard Huish College has excelled across all categories, outperforming all other colleges in the county
News June 2020: Our Apprentices share their experiences of working during the lockdown.
News June 2020: Huish students, Hannah Mahon, Eleanor Pinney and Jamie Jeffrey have had their work selected to become part of the National Art Exhibition for Sixth Form College Students.
News June 2020: Mel supports the hard working team at Arc.
News 2020: Good luck messages from staff to our final year students
News May 2020: English Teacher, Jill Burton has been nominated as a Huish Hero after volunteering at St Margaret’s Hospice.
May 2020: A thank you to those helping others during the Covid-19 outbreak
May 2020: Huish Sports Awards take place online.
News May 2020: Latest information regarding College plans in relation to Coronavirus
News May 2020: Olivia Waterland is one of amazing Level 2 Business Administration Apprentices working on the Receptions of our Somerset hospitals.
Huish Headstart programme will head you prepare for joining us in September.
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News May 2020: A few answers to FAQ’s for final year students
May 2020: Richard Huish Education Group appoints new Head of West Buckland Primary School
News April 2020: Teaching Assistant Apprentice, Melanie Houghton is a Huish Hero. She and the team at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School have been working hard caring for the children of key workers.
News April 2020: Health and Social Care Apprentice helping during the Coronavirus outbreak
Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) is a programme developed to upskill employees within small and medium-sized businesses.
News April 2020: After expanding their wide range of Apprenticeships to include pathways into teaching careers, the first two Teaching Assistant Apprentices at Richard Huish College have passed their end point assessments.
News April 2020: Useful information for students looking to join us in September 2020.
News April 2019 – An update for Year 11 students looking to join Huish in September 2020.
News April 2020: Join the Great Garden Camp Out organised by former Huish student Abbie.
FAO Students who were due to take final exams/assessments this summer
While the College is closed a large collection of Huish Health and Social Care students and staff have taken it upon themselves to help people most vulnerable to the virus by volunteering at care homes, hospitals and a variety of charities.
News 2020 – coronavirus update
Huish News March 2020: Huish students celebrate success in Chemistry Olympiad
We thought you might find it helpful to have a link to the latest government advice around school/college closures and exam cancellations. FAQs for Parents / Carers Around the closure of educational settings https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers Latest government guidance on exams https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-cancellation-of-gcses-as-and-a-levels-in-2020/coronavirus-covid-19-cancellation-of-gcses-as-and-a-levels-in-2020 We are awaiting more specifics from the DfE, Ofqual and the awarding […]
I am sure that you are by now all aware of the government announcement yesterday evening around school / college closures from this Friday and the cancellation of the summer exams series. We wanted to reassure you that we will keep in close contact with you in the coming days to provide more information as […]
Dear future Huish students Following the UK Governments decision to close all Schools and Colleges from Friday 20th March 2020 the GCSE exams scheduled to take place in May and June will not be going ahead as planned. Regardless of what happens, if you have already applied to join us your place is secured and […]
The statement below follows on from yesterdays COVID-19 statement which you can view here (www.huish.ac.uk/coronavirus-update/) I am writing to provide a further update on the situation with regards to the College and COVID-19. As I am sure you appreciate, we are having to deal with a rapidly evolving situation and need to communicate with you […]
This communication will update you on our current plans following the most recent government announcements regarding the coronavirus. Our main priority is keeping our college community safe, but as I am sure you can appreciate this is a rapidly changing situation and we will endeavour to keep you updated if or when the situation changes. […]
Over five weeks ‘Self-development Coach’, Michael Maisey, met with a small group of Richard Huish College students to help them develop their self-esteem, confidence, future focus and general wellbeing. Inspired by these sessions, the group have decided to continue to work together to develop a podcast specifically for their age group. Through the workshops with […]
The Governors at Richard Huish College, Taunton are delighted to announce the appointment of Emma Fielding as the new Principal. This will be effective from September 2020 when current Principal, John Abbott, will move to be the full time Chief Executive Officer of The Richard Huish Education Group. Ms Fielding is currently Deputy Principal at […]
News Feb 2020: Letter to parents regarding Corona virus
Ten of Richard Huish College’s highest achievers could be set for either Oxford or Cambridge University (subject to grades) in a wide range of subjects. An equal split have received the offers for the elite universities with five hoping to get into Oxford and five hoping to get into Cambridge. The Students that have their […]
On the 13th February, Richard Huish College hosted an thrilling Chemistry conference presented by Bristol ChemLabs and funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry Bristol and District, for Year 10 and 11 students from across local secondary schools as well as Huish students currently studying A Level Chemistry. Students from Kingsmead School, Court Fields School, […]
News February 2020: Richard Huish College student to embark on 150km winter crossing in Siberia
News Feb 2020: Richard Huish College celebrates Apprenticeship success at the Grow Somerset Talent Awards
News Feb 2020: Casey Williams wins at the British Education Awards
The Virtual Huish Experience is designed to help prospective students to get to know us and help them consider what they may wish to study.
The Virtual Huish Experience is designed to help prospective students to get to know us and help them consider what they may wish to study.
News January 2020: England call-up for Huish Volleyballer
News December 2019: Richard Huish College Vocational Business students presented donation cheques to representatives from Love Musgrove and The Freddie Pring Memorial Trust today following their fundraising efforts.
News December 2019: Huish Runners qualify for Somerset Schools Championships
News December 2019: Vocational Business students from Richard Huish College hosted a number of community events to raise more than £2,200 for a collection of charities close to their hearts; Love Musgrove, Mind In Somerset and The Freddie Pring Memorial Fund.
News Dec 2019: Huish students qualify for AoC National Championships
News December 2019: Huish sport students selected to represent England Colleges
News November 2019: Students tackle climate theme in the annual Huish Creative Awards
News November 2019: Ex-Huish student inspires the next generation of IT and Computing Students
News November 2019: Huish netballers win U19 County Tournament
News November 2019: Huish Community Project launch raffle to support Epilepsy Society and the Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS).
November 2019 News: Are you ready for the Huish Christmas Bake Off?
Governor Vacancy at Richard Huish College
October 2019 News: Students raise £2,659.37 for the Foundation of Goodness
If you have received an offer for a Level 2 or Level 3 Study Programme you can let us know if you wish to accept your offer by completing the form
October 2019 News: Business Students begin plans to raise money for The Freddie Pring Memorial Fund
This Apprenticeship allows you to build skills in the workplace and earn an ACCA qualification. ACCA qualifications are recognised and recommended around the world. This qualification is also available to study as a standalone qualification.
September 2019 News: Richard Huish College joined the fundraising fun on Friday 27th September hosting a ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
September 2019 News: Richard Huish College musicians hosted a fundraiser gig to raise emergency funds for Heaven’s Gate Animal Rescue Centre
September 2019 News: Eleven students and two staff members took part in Somerset Wildlife Trust’s efforts to clean up Taunton.
September 2019 News: September 20th marks the beginning of a global climate strike. Millions are taking action and walking out of schools, workplaces and homes to demand an end to the age of fossil fuels.
September 2019 News: Graduates from Richard Huish College donned caps and gowns in celebration of formally achieving degree and professional Accountancy qualifications.
September 2019 News: The Richard Huish College ‘Class of 2019’ reunited at a special Prize Giving Evening on Friday 13th September. Recent 2019 leavers were invited to join in the celebrations at the College, which included a formal presentation of prizes to winning and highly commended students, who were chosen as being outstanding in their subject.
September 2019 News: Employees from a broad range of Departments at Musgrove Hospital celebrated earning their Level 2 Awards in Medical Terminology at Richard Huish College this week.
Early Modern History includes; Religious Conflict and the Church in England (c1529-c1570), Spain in the Age of Discovery (1469-1598) and the Portuguese Empire.
August 2019 News: Students up and down the country collected their results yesterday, including Richard Huish College student Emily Bridges who received the highest grade in the country for Photography A Level.
August 2019 News: Richard Huish College students will be celebrating today after an incredibly successful year of A Level and Vocational results.
Accounting (ACCA) Association of Chartered Certified Accountants: Level 7 Professional Qualification
The ACCA qualification is recognised and recommended around the world. Based on international accounting standards, employers know that an ACCA qualification is a mark of professional excellence.
This qualification can be completed as a standalone qualification or as part of the Level 3 Early Years Educator Apprenticeship
This qualification can support people in paid or voluntary roles that support teachers in an educational setting for children aged 5 and upwards.
This qualification can be completed as a standalone qualification or as part of the Level 3 Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship.
This certificate is designed to equip learners with an understanding of recognising the signs of abuse, how to reduce the risk of radicalisation and the potential consequences of illegal online activity.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their understanding of diabetic care.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their understanding of the needs of those with poor Mental Health.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to understand the causes of challenging behaviour to support individuals.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to work in care and ensure their residents/patients are treated with a friendly and caring approach.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their understanding of common health conditions to assist in care environments.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their understanding of Dementia Care.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking understand how to protect people from infection.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to work in an adult social care setting.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their understanding the role of nutrition in preventing and treatment of disease.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their knowledge of handling medication.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their knowledge of a variety of Mental Health conditions.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to increase their understanding of Autism.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to work with people with Learning Disabilities.
This qualification is for persons aged 19+ looking to build learn how to support End of Life Care.