Welcome to STCG Moodle

Welcome to STCG Moodle. The links below are for Moodle app users and give access to some of the key support areas

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Learning Resource Centres (LRCs)

Student Support Areas Menu

College Systems and User Guide (students) 

Safeguarding and Staying Safe

Learning Curve login (learners only)


Other Systems

You do not need to be logged into Moodle to use the links below but you will need to log into the system after you have clicked the link.


Email - click the Outlook icon above

Email - click the Outlook icon above (students only)

Office 365 - click the Office 365 icon above

Office 365 - click the Office 365 icon above

Proportal - click the icon above

Proportal - click the icon above (login with student number)

Proportal - click the icon above

BKSB - Click the BKSB link above. Ask your teacher for login details


    Site news

    16 and 17-year-olds can now get their Covid jab...

    16 and 17 year olds can now get their Covid jab, click here to find out more.

    Everyone over the age of 16 is now eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. It's easy to 'grab a jab' and get back to enjoying the activities you've missed, confident that you are protected. 


    Why get the vaccine? 

    • Protect those you love from Coronavirus 
    • Keep yourself and your friends and family safe by getting vaccinated 
    • Make the most of your time at College 
    • Help your learning. By reducing your risk of catching or spreading Covid, you are helping to keep your College open so that your education is less likely to be affected by College closures or by activities being restricted. 

    Where to get the vaccine? 

    • Walk-in COVID-19 vaccination sites (you do not need an appointment) 
    • No formal ID is required 
    • You do not need parental consent or be registered with a GP 
    • If you're over 17 years and 9 months old you have the option to book an appointment online 

    Download the attached poster to find out more


    College systems accounts expire at the end of September

    Dear Students, Please note that your college email and other college systems accounts will expire shortly after the end of your course, at the end of September.  If you will need access to any ...

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    Dear Students,

    Please note that your college email and other college systems accounts will expire shortly after the end of your course, at the end of September.

     If you will need access to any files or information stored in your college systems accounts (email, network space, OneDrive etc) after you have left then please remember to copy what you need.

     · Your OneDrive account (Office365) and your N Drive account (college network) will be disabled after you leave the College. Please copy any important files to a personal device or a personal storage space.

    · Your college email will be disabled. Please forward any important emails or contact details to another email account.

    · You will lose access to Moodle and Teams. Download any files that you might want to refer back to after you leave College.

    We strongly recommend doing this before the end of your course or soon after. It is very easy to forget something if you leave this to the last minute.

    If you are returning to the College next year it is still a good idea to have any important files saved in more than one place. We strongly advise you to save backup copies of important work or other key files.

    If you have any questions or would like any help at all, please email: moodle.support@stcg.ac.uk. We will be very happy to help.

    We wish you all the best with your next steps.

    Thank you,

    Your Moodle Support Team.

    Coronavirus Update - 10th June

    Dear students and families, Welcome to the last half-term of 2020/21 academic year. This has been another challenging and complicated year, but we hope very much that you look forward to the end ...

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    Dear students and families,

    Welcome to the last half-term of 2020/21 academic year.

    This has been another challenging and complicated year, but we hope very much that you look forward to the end of it positively and with your plans firmly in place for your next steps. If you’re at all unsure of what you might do when teaching ends, please let your teachers know and we’d be very pleased to help you with your planning.

    The end of the year will, sadly, not be 100% like it should be. We will ensure however that we make it exciting and interesting to give you the ending you so rightly deserve.  There will be a range of celebratory Graduation events and activities for you and your families to join, these will mostly be online.

    The reason we are unable to celebrate in person is because we are still facing the risk of infection spreading in our area and we have to take extra care to protect everyone around us and support the NHS by trying to keep Coronavirus levels as low as possible.

    In Kingston College, if you are a student there, we will be taking part in some additional measures to test everyone living, working or studying in the Borough. From next week, we will be asking everyone at Kingston College to make sure they take a full PCR test every week as well as the lateral flow tests you have been using.

    In all our Colleges, we will be retaining all of our safety measures as before. Thank you for working so hard to help us keep our Colleges safe, you have been fantastic; your daily, diligent, adherence to the rules has really made the difference.

    Our ongoing efforts to stay safe mean:

    ·         Not coming to College if you have symptoms, but making sure you have had a PCR test and wait for the result

    ·         Avoiding the use of public transport if you can

    ·         Taking regular Lateral Flow tests and reporting the result to the NHS

    ·         Wearing face coverings fully and correctly in College at all times

    ·         Paying rigorous attention to hygiene, cleaning your hands regularly

    ·         Supporting others to comply with our safety measures

    ·         Taking up a vaccination if you are offered one

    It is very important that you continue to stick to these rules and help us to remain a safe place for all of our students and staff. We have reintroduced the use of face coverings in all of our spaces as infection rates are now rising again and we want to reduce any risk of anyone catching Coronavirus in our Colleges.

    For those of you taking qualifications where teacher-assessed grades have been awarded these are now in the process of being finalised and we will be finishing the year for you over the next 3-4 weeks. Your tutors will be working closely with you to ensure you are well prepared for your next exciting steps. If you are moving on from College this Summer, we are very proud to have taught you and wish you well for the Summer and beyond. If you are coming back next year, your teachers will be aiming to help you prepare for that and this may mean some further activities for you over the next few weeks.

    For those of you preparing for final exams or assessments over the next few weeks, we wish you all the very best; your teaching teams, and support teams are here for you, and with you, all the way.

    Thank you for all your patience and hard work over this last year.

    With best wishes,

    Peter Mayhew-Smith

    Group Principal and CEO


    Coronavirus Update - 17th May - Important

    Dear students and families, I hope you are well and continuing to make good progress through this demanding year. As ever, we are committed to protecting your future and making sure you have good,...

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    Dear students and families,

    I hope you are well and continuing to make good progress through this demanding year. As ever, we are committed to protecting your future and making sure you have good, secure plans for your next steps. To help ensure this, please continue to attend your College actively and complete all of the work set for you.

    As you may well be aware, we are now on the next step in the process of reopening and ending lockdown. This involves a number of elements, led by changes to the Government guidance which comes into effect on Monday 17th May.

    We have considered these changes very seriously and looked at evidence relating to the spread of Coronavirus in our area. As you know, we are very intent on keeping our students and staff as safe as we possibly can and have decided to continue with much of our current arrangements at least until half-term.

     We have done this because there are variants of the virus in circulation locally; although these are low in numbers, we do not want to see any new outbreaks and are keen to support the NHS and public health teams in keeping infections rates as low possible.

     Our requirements from 17th May are as follows:

     ·         We will expect you to continue to wear a face covering in all communal areas of our Colleges unless you are exempt from this

    ·         We will expect you to wear a face covering in classrooms and workshops unless the lecturer agrees with you that it may be removed

    ·         At all times, we expect you to continue to maintain social distancing wherever possible, staying two metres away from anyone else as much as you possibly can.

    As before, we ask that you do not come to College if you have symptoms of Coronavirus infection. Please continue to use your test kits to check that you do not have an infection.

     We are very grateful to you for the amazing efforts you have made to stay safe and help us keep our Colleges as free of infection as we can make them. You have been outstanding in your support for our staff and shown your strength through very challenging times. We all thank you very much for your continued efforts to keep College safe and to stay healthy.

     With all our best wishes,

    Peter Mayhew-Smith

    Group Principal and CEO


    Kingston College Virtual Careers Fair

    Kingston College virtual careers fair - 10th May 2021


    On the 10th May 2021, Kingston College students are invited to attend our Virtual Careers Fair. Listen to employer talks from industry professionals, find links to upcoming employer events and work through our online tool Kudos to explore careers suited for you.