Resources, Links and Information for Current Students

Term Dates

Important Dates for the Academic Year 2022-23

Learner Guide 22-23

This guide details some of the support available in College, together with an overview of College life, what we expect from our learners and what you can expect in return

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Qualifications Wales – Learner Groups

“We’ve established two learner groups that allow for the learner voice to be embedded into our work, helping us to shape qualifications that are fit for the future. ” – Qualfication Wales


Support and Welfare

During your time at St David’s you may need support with learning, exams, finances or welfare. Having someone to go to, or knowing what to do, is the first step in getting that support.

Life After St David’s

While studying at St David’s, it is important to focus on building skills that will benefit you as you start your university life or career.


Frequently Asked Questions

You should contact your Pastoral tutor to explain the reason and how much time you are expecting to miss.

You must contact your pastoral tutor and notify them of your absence.

Your first point of call will be your Pastoral Tutor. They are there to help and guide you.

You will be able to access support with the Wellbeing team, based in M09.

You can also access support with one of the college’s counsellors, and can get a referral from either your Pastoral Tutor or a member of the Wellbeing team.

The Destinations department are available to speak with throughout the year. You can email to make an appointment.

It is important that you check your student email regularly. 

Each week, a newsletter is sent out to all students. There are also opportunities provided by the Destinations department regarding events, workshops and career opportunities. Students will also receive emails from the college Chaplaincy regarding opportunities and information.

Teachers will also contact you via email. Not checking your email is not a valid excuse to miss communications.