Ellesmere college go virtual

A Shropshire college is busy planning for its next intake of students in September by hosting virtual tours and meetings.

The doors at Ellesmere College may be closed to visitors and prospective parents for now but it’s still business as usual for staff as a new school year looms with parents and students keen to view the excellent facilities.

Demand for places at the college remains exceptionally high and going virtual is proving to be the ideal option for ‘visitors’ and staff to get together safely.

Stephen Mullock, Deputy head said “We have opened up virtual meetings alongside our virtual tours to allow parents and students one-to-one meetings with the admissions team, and other staff as necessary”

“The virtual tours and meetings will help to answer questions, showcase our amazing school and what we have to offer – from buildings to classrooms,  sporting facilities and where they will be living if boarding. It also provides the opportunity to speak with specialist teaching staff”

Parents can book a date and time for their virtual meeting by visiting https://www.ellesmere.com/the-schools/all/admissions and to take a Virtual Tour  please visit: https://www.ellesmere.com/admissions/virtual-visits

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