Now, I'm aware of the guidelines regarding anywhere that's regarded as K12 or primarily for under 18s, such as primary schools, nurseries, scout huts, and so on.
I was wondering where UK colleges would fall, as many offer courses for people over the age of 18, and as with the only college that operates in my area, they might have more adult learners than students that fall in 16-19 year old age range.
How should we rate for nominations on college premises that have a mixture of under 18s and over 18s on the premises? And at what ratio of K12/adult learners should a UK college not be considered a K12 location?
(With that last question, it appears that based on an Ofsted report from 2016, the college in my area had a ration of 61.5% adult learners to 38.5% 16-19s, so I'm curious if that would still be deemed K12)