City of Glasgow College Annual Report & Accounts 2019-20
Key Principle Grade
Outcomes and Impact: How good are we at ensuring the best possible outcomes for our
3.1 Wellbeing, equality and inclusion
3.2 Equity, attainment and achievement for all learners
Leadership and Quality Culture: How good is our leadership and approach to
1.1 Government and leadership of change
1.4 Evaluation leading to improvement
Delivery of learning and services to support learning: How good is the quality of our
provision and services we deliver?
2.3 Learning,teaching and assessment
2.4 Services to support learning
• The college has invested significantly in continuously
enhancing links with industry to provide learners with real
and enriching work-based learning opportunities.
• The college uses a range of effective approaches to
gather the views of learners and these include My Voice,
a digital democracy platform, that asks for feedback on a
range of pre-determined topics.
• The college has developed a comprehensive strategic
approach to supporting student mental health and
• This is a supportive measure and is regarded as best
practice. The college has engaged with the Health Body,
Healthy Mind award and are the only college in Scotland
to have achieved a 5-star award for their work.
(Ref. College Progress Visit Report - City of Glasgow College; Education
Scotland, February 2020.)
In February 2019, Education Scotland published the City of Glasgow College Evaluative Report (2017-18), which included
the following agreed gradings under the key principles noted:
Ref: City of Glasgow College Evaluative Report 2017-18; pub. Feb. 2019 at: