Please follow the below link for information regarding the College and the national lockdown.

Latest Covid-19 and college information.

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Latest announcements for current students and parents

Latest Information for current students and parents/guardians

Here we will keep you up to date on latest updates and announcements from across The Cornwall College Group.

Return to Learning

Please go to the COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Information page for all the latest information:

Supporting Mental Health

Check out this helpful guide on well-being for young people (click here).  We also offer a range of support via our Student Experience Team on campus and remotely for the safety and wellbeing of our students.  Students can also independently access an online space on Moodle with an extensive range of links, guidance and resources to support positive mental health.

Student Reports

A report on student progress so far this year is available to students via ProPortal. Students can access this by logging into ProPortal on any internet enabled or mobile device. 

Parents /carers can access this with the student.

  • It will ask you to login. Please login with the student College username (eg: joe.bloggs123) and College password.
  • Once logged in you will see an overview of information as well as some menu items at the top right of the page (if you are on a mobile device or small screen you will see an icon like this .  Click on this to see the menu items).
  • From the menu, click on ‘Progress’ and then ‘Published Student Reports’. You will see any reports available on the page.  Click on ‘download’ to view it. 

If parents would be interested in having access to student progress via ProPortal, please review the communication with parents section below to have an input and request to be part of a trial.

Being Safe Online

We continually undertake activities and provide resources on our campuses aimed at helping our students to be safe online, as well as in the wider community.  To support this, you will find these resources useful: