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  • Museum Gives Thanks To Students 07.09.2018

    During the 2017/18 academic year, Wisbech & Fenland Museum kindly provided quality, tailored work experience to several computing and businesses students. Over the summer, museum volunteer coordinator Sarah Coleman invited the students and their tutors to a thank you ceremony at the museum, which is located in The Crescent, Wisbech. It was a great opportunity […]

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  • Megan Bags Donations For Charity 30.08.2018

    A former Wisbech student has raised an amazing £157 for The Purfleet Trust – a charity for the homeless based in King’s Lynn. Megan Wiley, completed her level 3 fashion course earlier this summer. As part of her final major project, Megan travelled to a number of towns and cities in the area, photographing people […]

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  • A-level Results 2018 16.08.2018

    Our students have been celebrating their A-level result today at King’s Lynn Campus A-levels (short for Advanced Levels) are subject-based qualifications, which can lead to further study, training or work. This year 99% of our students passed their A-level exams, with 78% gaining grades A* – C; the highest achievement rate across West Norfolk and […]

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  • Challenge Day 2018 18.07.2018

    Click here to read the latest uniformed services newsletter. Our uniformed and public services students recently went head-to-head during the programme’s annual Challenge Day. Learners from both King’s Lynn and Wisbech competed with a view to prove themselves the best team during a day of physical trials. They had to participate in a tug of war, […]

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  • Nail Biting Competition 06.07.2018

    Our level two nail technology students at King’s Lynn campus recently presented their work in an end-of-year contest. Their work was judged by local nail artist Scarlett Senter, who received Polish & Paint Artist of the Year at the Scratch Stars Awards 2017. She was highly impressed by the creativity and quality of all of […]

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  • Hair-Raising Final Projects 06.07.2018

    Students on the Level 1 Introduction to Hair & Beauty course at King’s Lynn campus have recently showcased their end of year work. For their final unit, the learners were required to create a image based on the theme ‘100 years of hair-styling’. Each student was given a decade from the past century and had […]

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  • Strengthening Links With Anglian Water 06.07.2018

    A new training centre at Wisbech campus has been officially opened by MP Steve Barclay, following sponsorship from Anglian Water. As part of the Wisbech 2020 Vision, the new £250,000 centre will be used for technical training and skills development as well as being an official assessment centre for employees gaining industry recognised qualifications. It […]

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  • Scaling The Three Peaks 06.07.2018

    Uniformed services students at the King’s Lynn Campus have climbed the three peaks in aid of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, previously known as the Army Benevolent Fund, offers financial aid to British Army soldiers and their families in times of need. The college’s uniformed services students have been supporting the charity […]

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  • Highlighting Ocean Plastics 06.07.2018

    A group of students at our Cambridge campus have created a stunning sculpture from recycled materials to highlight the issue of plastic waste in our oceans. The learners, who are studying Level 1 Bridge to Employment, spent eight weeks creating the image of a whale in the sea from donated waste plastics, such as food […]

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  • Spotting the Signs of Cancer 05.07.2018

    Staff and students at our King’s Lynn campus have been learning how to detect early signs of skin cancer, thanks to UK charity Skcin. Sckin was founded to raise awareness around the signs and symptoms of skin cancer, through seminars, parliamentary activities, campaigns and working with medical professionals around the country. Sckin approached the  hair […]

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