Student Welfare2020-09-09T10:36:58+00:00

Thank you for always believing in me and pushing me during these last two years.

Jordan Laurencin

You have not only taught me performance skills but life skills that will stay with me for life.

Gina Wiley


For international learners and learners who will have to live away from home, the college offers every assistance to support learners, parents and/or guardians to find suitable accommodation e.g. flat/house shares.

Once learners have registered their place at The Centre PAC, a list of accommodation is made available as part of our induction pack, The Principal will personally vet accommodation if requested.

Learner Support

As a small independent college, The Centre PAC prides itself on being able to develop and maintain a strong relationship with each individual learner and as such offers the following:

  • Pastoral care tutorials when needed.
  • Academic support on a 1-2-1 or small group basis if required.
  • Onsite – Fitness, strength, conditioning and flexibility training.
  • Onsite – Nutritional guidance and weight control management
  • Onsite – Injury diagnosis and treatment

The Centre PAC is delighted to offer the above in collaboration with our partners through our Rehab Programme.   

Learners have weekly access to onsite injury diagnosis and rehabilitation, sports specific treatments and health & nutrition advice through 8th Element, a sports and exercise specialist company designed to improve athletic performance, recovery and rehabilitation times.

Sports injury analysis – providing clinical assessment and rehabilitation where appropriate.
Sports massage – specifically tailored to each learners needs, aiming to reduce recovery times, aid rehabilitation and enhance performance.
Health check – providing learners with a greater understanding of their specific body composition. The fully inclusive individual consultation, analysis and advice, helps to educate learners on how to enhance and optimise their current training and nutritional regime, resulting in improved physical fitness and performance.
Nutrition – Supplying tailored advice to learners, allowing them to achieve their nutritional goals.
Workshops – Supplying workshops and documentation, demonstrating how to prevent and minimise injuries.

Equality and diversity statement.

The Centre – Performing Arts College is committed to supporting, developing and promoting equality and diversity in all of it practices and activities and aims to establish an inclusive culture, free from discrimination and based upon the values of dignity, courtesy and respect.
No tutor, student or visitor will be treated unfairly in relation to any protected characteristic i.e. ethnicity, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion and belief or non belief, age, disability, pregnancy or maternity and marriage/civil partnership status.