A college has outlined its strategy for the future.

Waltham Forest College has launched its three-year strategic plan which outlines the direction of travel for the education provider.

The plan establishes five key priorities which aligns with the London Borough of Waltham Forest as well as the London region.

It was developed with input from the College board and executives members and consultation with staff, students and other key stakeholders.

College principal Dr. Joy Kettyle said: "The strategic plan outlines our approach to delivering an expansive and progressive curriculum to meet the needs of growing industries and equip students with the skills that meet the demands of the modern workplace.

"It outlines the College’s values at its centre, which define our culture, and foster a positive working environment. It also positions the College as a key partner in community planning and partnerships, that lead to the improved life chances of our students.

"Our growth plans are ambitious. Key to this is maintaining high quality and increasing agility so that we respond quickly to opportunities. We want to be future proofed, not just as a financially viable organisation, but one that is able to invest for growth and sustainability."

Ofsted awarded the college with a grade two 'Good' rating, recognising the contribution of college staff in meeting the education and training needs of the borough as well as its range of apprenticeship training.