We offer lots of Sexual Health services at the Health and Wellbeing Centre. We work closely with Spectrum Community Health to provide a high standard range of sexual health services, support and guidance.
We support the C-card scheme at Barnsley College. We run a C-Card drop in at the Health and Wellbeing Centre.
The scheme offers free contraception for those aged between 16-25. Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Testing.
We offer free postal Chlamydia & Gonorrhoea testing kits. Each kit is delivered in a unmarked envelope with instructions on how to complete the test and how to pack it for free return postage. You can also collect a testing kit at the Health and Wellbeing Centre.
Find out how to use the sexual health testing kit.
If you have any questions about sexual health, book an appointment with a member of the team.
Here at Barnsley College we offer pregnancy testing. If you would like to book a pregnancy test, please book an appointment here.
Find out how to use the pregnancy testing kit.
If you’ve had unprotected sex in the last five days and are looking for emergency contraception, you can book and appointment either with your local GP or Spectrum Sexual Health Clinic.
Spectrum is a local sexual health clinic located at the Gateway Plaza in Barnsley town centre. You can book an appointment at the clinic for any sexual health queries including emergency contraception and other STI tests.
Request a sexual health testing kit from spectrum.
Sign up for a C-card using the Spectrum C-card sign up.
Map to Barnsley Spectrum Clinic.
Opening Hours for Barnsley Spectrum Clinic.
Find out more about the services Spectrum offer.
You can collect sanitary products free of charge from the Health and Wellbeing Centre. They are also located in female and accessible toilets across all campuses. Products include reusable pads and mooncups to support our sustainability aims.
What are reusable pads and mooncups?
Why use mooncups
Why use reusable pads
Current students can find further information about our sexual health services here.
Brook – Healthy lives for young people
Types of Contraception
Types of STIs