Welcome to STCG Moodle

Please note - this section has been revised on the main production site - https://moodle.stcg.ac.uk but this sandbox has not bee updated to match.

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

Induction (email, Moodle and Office 365)

Library and Learning Resource Centres

Support Areas Menu

College Systems and User Guides

Student Guide to Office 365

Staying Safe

Login to Learning Curve

Logging into Moodle

We recommend you use Google Chrome when working with Moodle and Office 365. There is a user guide in the College Systems and User Guides section that shows you how to use Chrome at College and how to get it at home.

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 below

Outlook email

Office 365 - click the Office 365 icon below


BKSB - Click the BKSB link below. Ask your teacher what your login and password is


Moodle app

If you want to use the Moodle app - the site URL is 

    Site news

    FAO Wandsworth Students - Wandsworth LRC

    Wandsworth LRC will be closing at 6.00pm today, 28/01/2019. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

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    Wandsworth LRC will be closing at 6.00pm today, 28/01/2019.

    Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

    South Thames College Gym workouts

    South Thames College Gym

    Come along to the South Thames Colleges Gym and find out about

    • Circuits
    • Padwork Drills
    • ABS/Core
    • One to One Personal training sessions

    Interested in Group Classes?

    • Boost your health and confidence
    • Increase fitness levels
    • Suitable for beginners and advanced gym goers
    • Involves strength, cardio, bodyweight/plyometric exercises


    Mon – Thurs:

    12:30 – 2:30

    with Shane Sheppard

    FAO Kingston HE and Access Students - Your Undergraduate Centre

    Do you know that you have a dedicated HE level study area in the

    Undergraduate Centre on the 10th and 11th floors?

    Do you know what is available? Why not come and have a look?

    Dean Atta Spoken Word Poet (Kingston College)

    Dean Atta Spoken Word Poet 

    Inspirational and award-winning writer and poet speaks about goal-setting, how to stay focused on your aims and the importance of being an inclusive active citizen.

    Tuesday 22nd January

    ACT: 10am -11am, 11:30am – 12:30pm, 1:30pm – 2:30pm

    PSG at CIC: 3pm – 4pm

    Book early to guarantee a place

    To book email enrichment.team@stcg.ac.uk

    Dean Atta

    K-Zone at Kingston College


    Every Thursday 12-2pm in the Nurses room (G37)

    Kingston College confidential & free health service, contraceptive and sexual health service

    No appointment required- walk in service

    • Chlamydia treatment
    • Sexual assault referral
    • Depo injection
    • Contraceptive pill
    • Emergency contraception/morning after pill
    • Implant insertion or removal
    • Pregnancy testing
    • STI screening including chlamydia, gonorrhoea. HIV and syphilis
    • Advice and referral for termination of pregnancy/ abortion
    • Safer sex advice and support/ counselling


    Incident outside Kingston College 8th November 2018

    Dear Students, INCIDENT OUTSIDE KINGSTON COLLEGE 8TH NOVEMBER 2018 An incident took place in close proximity to, but not within Kingston College premises on Thursday 8th November, with one of our...

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    Dear Students,

    Incident outside Kingston College 8th November 2018

    An incident took place in close proximity to, but not within Kingston College premises on Thursday 8th November, with one of our students being the victim of a crime. The facts are unclear at this point but the police are investigating the incident as an isolated, targeted attack. The college is assisting with the police enquiries and conducting our own internal investigation.

    Kingston College takes its safeguarding responsibility very seriously and follows statutory guidance to keep students safe within the college boundaries. Our sites have very tight security processes, which ensure that the college is a safe environment and our student surveys show that learners feel safe. Any student found to be breaking our code of conduct or endangering other students through their behaviour will be subject to the College’s student disciplinary policy and procedures.

    The College works closely with external agencies to educate our students on issues they face as part of urban living.  Examples of this include the support of the Mayor’s ‘London needs you alive’ campaign, educating learners on dangers associated with carrying a knife and regular visits by local and regional support services, as well as our own award winning support services for students. As recent as this week, we hosted a range of student events related to wellbeing, safety and crime reporting.

    The rise in mental health cases and knife crime are the two main issues facing young Londoners today. The college is responding to this by setting a strategic focus on mental health awareness and support. In addition, we are working with local safeguarding board and a youth charity to deliver a knife crime conference, which will bring London colleges together to hear from experts in the field and discuss how we collectively put measures in place to counter the increase in knife crime incidents.

    If this has raised any issues that you wish to discuss, or if you have any further information about the incident please speak to your tutor or Student Support staff in G75 or anonymously at https://www.fearless.org/en/give-info

    If you have been affected by the incident in any way you can also seek counselling at https://kooth.com/

    Yours sincerely,

    Mike Tweedale

    Kingston College Principal