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  • Wisbech students help local charity college 22.09.2017

    Hair and beauty students from Wisbech campus have provided some luxury pamper for students at local charity college, FACET. Based in March, Cambridgeshire, FACET provides training and day care for adults with disabilities. The charity currently has 137 students who attend classes, and four teachers who run Level 1 to 3 Gateway qualifications in catering, retail, […]

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  • Freddie’s ICS Success 18.09.2017

    Former College of West Anglia student Freddie Schunmann has recently completed three months of volunteer work with International Citizen Service (ICS). While studying Uniformed Services at the college’s King’s Lynn campus, Freddie, 19, took part in International Citizen Service’s sister programme, National Citizen Service (NCS). He progressed from volunteer to working as a mentor, and […]

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  • CWA Partnership with Balfour Beatty 15.09.2017

    The College of West Anglia has partnered with international infrastructure group Balfour Beatty to secure sponsorship for the Level 3 Construction course at King’s Lynn Campus. Balfour Beatty, which is currently constructing new engineering and training facilities at RAF Marham, is a member of The 5% Club, a UK employer-led initiative focused on creating momentum […]

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  • CITB SkillBuild 2017 successes for CWA 30.06.2017

    The College of West Anglia hosted CITB Skillbuild 2017 yesterday, with awards being presented to new entrants and seniors in bricklaying, carpentry, joinery, painting & decorating, and plastering. CWA students excelled in the competition, with Rudyard Richeda taking second place in the painting and decorating senior competition, Sam Schoenmakers scoring home third place from the […]

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  • A glitzy affair for Student Awards! 22.06.2017

    Students and staff dressed to impress on Wednesday 21 June, to celebrate academic and personal achievement at the student annual awards ceremony, held at Alive Corn Exchange, King’s Lynn. The evening was hosted by Paul O’Shea, head of marketing and student services. As always, the hall was decked out with award-style seating, balloons and canapés. […]

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  • CWA celebrates its sporting stars 16.06.2017

    The College of West Anglia is celebrating yet another successful year in sporting achievements. The annual sports awards, held at Alive Leisure Lynnsport, saw staff, students, family and friends come together to acknowledge student’s efforts and achievements from the last academic year. Big winners on the night were team of the year, which went to […]

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  • CWA Wisbech awards / art show 15.06.2017

    Artistic creativity and flare has been celebrated at the opening night of the College of West Anglia’s end of year art exhibition at CWA Wisbech. Students from across the college’s creative arts department are celebrating the successful completion of their qualifications. Principal David Pomfret formally opened the exhibition, housed at the college campus on Ramnoth […]

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  • Milestone achievement for streetwise students 14.06.2017

    Students enrolled on the Bridge to Engagement and Bridge to Independence courses at the College of West Anglia are celebrating a new found travel independence, thanks to the implementation of a specially designed road safety training scheme. Travel Independence Training Across the Nation (TITAN) is a scheme overseen by Norfolk County Council, designed to assist […]

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  • Race team off to flying start 14.06.2017

    The college racing team had a great performance at Silverstone on 3rd – 4th June, at the Mini Challenge, bringing home five new trophies for the cabinet and some high podium finishes, including two P2 finishes. The team took along three cars; Chris Middleton in car 78 and Neal Clarke in car 50 took on […]

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  • Reading Ahead Awards 13.06.2017

    The literacy dedication of students at both Wisbech and King’s Lynn has been celebrated at two separate certificate ceremonies. Students had to read a minimum of six books/articles over the term in order to complete the Reading Ahead Challenge. Many students said they really benefitted from the challenge and it has helped them to connect […]

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