Lomond House is situated just off Camberwell Green and is next to the library and in the heart of the town centre with access to many facilities including Camberwell leisure centre. Lomond House can accommodate up to 50 students aged 16+.
Our students and staff enjoy being part of the local community and students are supported in work opportunities with many local businesses and community groups including Independence Homes, Books Beyond Words, People First Lambeth, Kennington Flowerbeds Project, Brixton Libraries, The Old Vic, The Rathbone Society, Intosport Lambeth, Tooting Leisure Centre, Baked Bean Company, Nightingale Allotment, Lambeth Mencap and Camberwell Art Project.
“The Big Build” an initiative, led by OHC&AT’s Digital School, will see students collectively putting their coding and building skills into practice to create a super vehicle out of Lego that can be activated to travel and perform tricks via an iPad.
New partnership links have been developed, students now attend a health and well-being dance session at Brixton pop up and at the Black prince trust
Students have been celebrating black history month by exploring museum exhibitions at the docklands and discussing influential figures
University of London have been undertaking a research project with Lomond students regarding mobile phone safety and the usage of phones
Nominations to take place regarding centre safeguarding ambassador
Open Event for students to show off how amazing their centre is
Outcomes for learners are outstanding, teaching, learning and assessment are excellent and the extremely diverse programmes that meet learners’ individual needs, interests and aspirations, prepare them very well for life after College.
We are thrilled to announce the College has opened a Vocational Centre this term on the grounds of Nightingale Community Academy. Students from across the College enrolled on the Skills for Work & Living Programme are accessing a range of …
Students from BedZED enjoyed a visit to the brand new trampoline park in Sutton Village Sports Centre, it is a great facility and provides students with a full body workout. Students have exclusive access to the trampolines once a week. …
Local artist, Doug Shaw, delivered an enrichment session for students at the Vocational Progression Centre. During the session, students got to see some of his original artwork, which included traditional canvases and some more unusual pieces such as upcycled vinyl prints. It …