Alison Robinson

Chief Executive & Principal, Myerscough College

Alison Robinson took over as Chief Executive and Principal of Myerscough College in 2018 building on 30 years’ service in post 16 education in Lancashire.

Myerscough College is a specialist land based, science, engineering and sports college that sits in the top 10% of colleges nationally and amongst the top 3 specialist land based colleges for 16-18 year old student achievement. The College is Ofsted graded ‘Good’ and University Centre Myerscough is rated as ‘Gold’ in the Teaching Excellence Framework. The College is the UK’s largest provider of land-based apprenticeship training and delivers training nationally to meet employer needs.

Alison is Vice Chair of The Lancashire Colleges and sits on a number of Boards including Landex (Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence) and Land Based Assessment Limited.

Lancashire born and bred, Alison is passionate about the value of education in opening doors and changing lives no matter what an individual’s background or ability. Alison believes in the importance of a fully inclusive education that supports social mobility and her mission along with the College’s is to ‘Inspire Excellence’.

Latest Updates and Events

Robyn Matthews from Corpus Christi High School, Hannah Thurston from Lancashire Careers Hub, and Peter Caney from BAE Systems launch the new games with Corpus Christi pupils

It’s Game On For Dynamic Careers Advice Across Lancashire’s Schools

Lancashire Careers Hub teams up with county’s employers to get students excited about future job opportunities through board games, hi-tech animations and interactive presentations The Lancashire Careers Hub...

Dr Fazal Dad, Lt Gen Tom Copinger-Symes, Kerry Harrison, Lt Cdr Richard Sawyer and students from Blackburn College studying (Hons) Networking and Cyber Security.

Deputy Commander Strategic Command outlines exciting digital and cyber careers future for Lancashire’s students

The Lancashire Skills and Employment Hub and Blackburn College welcomed Lieutenant General Tom Copinger-Symes CBE, Deputy Commander Strategic Command, to the town centre campus on Thursday 2 March....

Image of a girl in a black coat with the words 'Bin Limitations', 'A girl AND a future scientist' and the hashtag 'embrace equity in steam'

From March 6th to March 10th, InnovateHer is hosting a daily virtual assembly for schools, as a way to celebrate both STEAM week and International Women’s Day. The...