Student Portal

Our student portal page is designed to give you access to your email and Teams account and other important information that you may need during your time with us.
If you are having problems accessing or using them, please speak to your course or progress tutor.

Sickness Absence?

If you are unable to attend college due to illness at any time, you need to let us know as soon as possible. Please either call 01704 530601 or contact your progress tutor.

Our Student Guide is packed with all the information you'll ever need about your time here at Southport College. Please take the time to have a read through:

Student Guide

Access Education Platforms

Library and Study Centre

Search our entire catalogue of books, magazines, journals and resources

Student E-Mail

Login to your College email

BKSB Assessments

Access your English and Maths Initial Assessments here

KGV Learn

Access KGV Learn


Access to your Learner ILP

Applying to University

Find out all you need to know about applying to University

Travel Passes

Apply for your Travel Pass

Pay My Student

Manage your College Bursary Fund applications

Getting support at College

If you require any kind of support while you are at College with us, we have a dedicated team to help you.

Contact the Library Study Hub

Meet our careers staff

Our Careers staff work closely with Progress Tutors at the College, delivering Careers Education throughout your time at KGV Sixth Form College, fully supporting you with the decisions ahead.

Rachael Brownhill
Rachael Brownhill
Head of Studies

College term times

Summer Term 2023

Half Term
Monday 29 May - Friday 2 June (inclusive)

Autumn Term 2023

Half Term
Monday 16 October - Friday 27 October (inclusive)

Spring Term 2024

Half Term
Monday 12 - Friday 16 February (inclusive)

Summer Term 2024

Half Term
Monday 27 May - Friday 31 May (inclusive)

Our commitment to our students

KGV offers you the opportunity to work or study in an environment where you feel safe. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities to all, regardless of race, nationality, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic background or disability.

Our commitment to Equality & Diversity

We aim to meet your learning needs so that you can realise your full potential and make a positive contribution to college and the wider community. We are committed to, wherever reasonably practicable, meeting your specific learning needs.

Our commitment to LGBT