COLLEGE NOTICE (Updated 12/04/21)

Resumption of delivery on College campuses continues to be limited to areas where skills training and assessment needs to take place on site. Unlike schools, Colleges of Further Education have not resumed delivery in full. The College is operating in line with the NI Executive’s Roadmap to Recovery and must wait on the Executive’s decision to trigger the next stage on the roadmap before resuming delivery.

The NI Executive is scheduled to review this later this week and should the decision be taken to trigger Stage 2 of the Roadmap to Recovery, the College will inform students accordingly. Until this takes place, students should continue to follow the direction provided by their course tutors and continue to monitor all communications via email, website and social media.


Learning Resource Centres are open for students unable to access online lessons from home. Student services and limited canteen facilities are also available. Student queries should be directed to Course Co-ordinators. General queries should be emailed to


The latest update from the Examination Regulator on the awarding of examinations/assessments can be found at  

School Partnerships

School Partnerships

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School Partnerships

Southern Regional College currently works with 25 schools as part of the School Partnerships Programme. The programme has 1,400 pupils from the four Area Learning Communities of Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon and Newry. Area Learning Communities provide a real opportunity to develop the Entitlement Framework, individually and collectively, for delivery of education on an area basis. Schools have a shared responsibility for the delivery of the Entitlement Framework for all of the young people in an area.

A growing number of schools are now engaged with SRC in innovative and creative approaches to collaborative working. There are currently four ALCs established across the Southern Education and Library Board area within which schools and the College is working to increase the range of courses for pupils in the local area.

As part of the School Partnership Programme, pupils from local schools attend Southern Regional College to study a range of vocational and academic programmes from Countryside and Environment; Childcare; Hair and Beauty; Computing; Engineering and Construction; Plumbing; Electrical; Media; Catering; Travel and Tourism. These programmes range from Occupational Studies to BTECs and A-Levels.


Service Level Agreement

Area Learning Communities

SPP Staff Contacts

SPP Prospectus