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  • Foundation Students Plant Bulbs at QEH 19.03.2019

    The Pathway Project and Foundation students from the college visited the QEH to plant bulbs at various sites around the hospital. The garden was originally created by college students as part of their National Citizenship programme, run by the Prince’s Trust and offers a quiet place for patients and staff at the hospital to enjoy. […]

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  • Elite Apprentice Jack Selected for World Finals in Russia 14.03.2019

    College alumnus, Jack Goodrum, has been selected to represent the United Kingdom in the carpentry category at the WorldSkills ‘Skills Olympics’ international final in Kazan, Russia in August 2019. The UK’s best and brightest young skilled, apprentices and students have been selected to represent all four nations in Team UK at the finals in Russia. […]

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  • MEP Alex Mayer Visits College to Launch New Scheme to Fight Period Poverty 13.03.2019

    Euro MP Alex Mayer visited the college King’s Lynn campus on International Women’s Day to officially launch the Red Box Project to eradicate period poverty amongst young women. Trazy Howe, a college staff member, wanted to introduce the three-year old Red Box Project to the college after hearing about the problem of period poverty. It […]

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  • Outstanding Apprentices Recognised at College Awards Ceremony 06.03.2019

    The college Apprenticeship Awards 2019 took place on 5th March at Knights Hill Hotel. Over 100 friends, family and employers attended the awards evening alongside representatives from Anglian Water Alliances, who sponsored the evening. The awards ceremony coincided with National Apprenticeship Week 2019, a nationwide annual celebration of apprenticeships will bring the whole apprenticeship community […]

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  • College of West Anglia Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted 27.02.2019

    The college has received a ‘good’ rating by Ofsted, the government’s inspection body for schools and colleges. At the end of a 4-day inspection from 7 to 10 January 2019, a team of Ofsted inspectors judged the college to be good across all eight areas of inspection: effectiveness of leadership and management; quality of teaching, […]

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  • Prize-Winning Poster Design 25.02.2019

    An ESOL student from the college has risen to a design challenge. Students were asked to put their skills to the test to highlight the national safety campaign, Run, Hide, Tell. The competition was part of last term’s tutorial work. A £50 Amazon voucher up for grabs for the winner, whose poster was then displayed […]

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  • College Students Show Off Talents at King’s Lynn Exhibition 20.02.2019

    College students have been demonstrating their artistic talents at an exhibition in Lynn. An array of work in a variety of media has been displayed during the Showoffs 2019 display at the Greyfriars Arts Centre, which concludes today. The exhibition comprised examples of a range of courses and disciplines from across the department reflecting achievement […]

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  • Students Help to Raise Awareness of Modern Slavery with Cambridgeshire Constabulary 19.02.2019

    Uniformed services students from the college’s Wisbech campus visited Huntingdon Police Headquarters to help raise awareness of modern slavery. Students listened to a range of presentations from police officers from Cambridgeshire Constabulary about several different topics related to the theme of modern slavery, including exploitation. Uniformed services lecturer, John Yare, said: “The 11 students that […]

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  • Students Excel in the Kitchen at Rotary Club Final 24.01.2019

    On the 22nd January students from local schools and the college participated in the annual Rotary Young Chef local finals. The finals took place at the college’s Novus restaurant and saw students from Terrington St. Clements, Smithdon, Marshland and Springwood high schools and the college compete against each other to go forward to the District […]

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  • West Norfolk students face their University Challenge at UcWA 24.01.2019

    One hundred and sixteen Year 11 students took part in the third University Challenge on 18th January at the University Centre Students from seven secondary schools in west Norfolk participated in a series of challenges throughout the day. The aim of the conference was to give the students an opportunity to push each other beyond […]

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