The College of West Anglia

Upcoming Waves

We have several waves planned for this year. Click below for more information.

Please note that you will still have to fill in our application form online.

Dates and payment links are available below, simply click on the date that best suits you.

Costs vary depending on when you book from a maximum of £50 per wave – the earlier you pay for NCS, the bigger the discount we can offer.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COLLEGE OF WEST ANGLIA ONLY PROVIDE THIS DISCOUNT SO IF YOU PAY THE NSC TRUST DIRECT YOU WILL BE CHARGED THE FULL AMOUNT.

 

Phase 1 - 16-19 February 2019 - Residential

Attend at Manor Adventure, Lyng for 4 days (3 nights) of activities such as raft building, canoeing, high ropes, fencing, where young people will be taken out of their comfort zones and making friends for life. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 2 - 20-22 February 2019

Attend either The College of West Anglia, Wisbech or King's Lynn Campus with your team and learn skills for work and life such as cooking, budgeting and public speaking. Reflecting on these new experiences, they learn to apply them to the world of work. Learning what makes their community tick - building new connections and finding out about social causes up close.

Phase 3 - Social Action Project

Attending The College of West Anglia, either Wisbech or King's Lynn with their teams, young people will use the tools, opportunities and respect they have gained on the programme to change the world around them. Every group makes their mark on their community with a social action project they plan and deliver.

 
 

Phase 1 - 06-09 April 2019 - Residential

Attend at Manor Adventure, Lyng for 4 days (3 nights) of activities such as raft building, canoeing, high ropes, fencing, where young people will be taken out of their comfort zones and making friends for life. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 2 - 10-12 April 2018

Attend either The College of West Anglia, Wisbech or King's Lynn Campus with your team and learn skills for work and life such as cooking, budgeting and public speaking. Reflecting on these new experiences, they learn to apply them to the world of work. Learning what makes their community tick - building new connections and finding out about social causes up close.

Phase 3 - Social Action Project

Attending The College of West Anglia, either Wisbech or King's Lynn with their teams, young people will use the tools, opportunities and respect they have gained on the programme to change the world around them. Every group makes their mark on their community with a social action project they plan and deliver.

 
 

Phase 1 - 08-12 July 2019

Attend at Hautbois Activity Centre, Norwich for 5 days of activities such as raft building, canoeing, high ropes, fencing, where young people will be taken out of their comfort zones and making friends for life. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 2 - 15-19 July 2019

Attend the Nottingham University with your teams and learn skills for work and life such as cooking, budgeting and public speaking. Reflecting on these new experiences, they learn to apply them to the world of work. Learning what makes their community tick - building new connections and finding out about social causes up close. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 3 and 4 - 22 July to 2 August 2019

Attending The College of West Anglia, either Wisbech or King's Lynn with their teams, young people will use the tools, opportunities and respect they have gained on the programme to change the world around them. Every group makes their mark on their community with a social action project they plan and deliver. Young people spend 30 hours getting involved in social action projects in their community and have collectively given many millions of hours so far.

 
 

Phase 1 - 15-19 July 2019

Attend at Hautbois Activity Centre, Norwich for 5 days of activities such as raft building, canoeing, high ropes, fencing, where young people will be taken out of their comfort zones and making friends for life. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 2 - 22-26 July 2019

Attend the Nottingham University with your teams and learn skills for work and life such as cooking, budgeting and public speaking. Reflecting on these new experiences, they learn to apply them to the world of work. Learning what makes their community tick - building new connections and finding out about social causes up close. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 3 and 4 - 29 July to 09 August 2019

Attending The College of West Anglia, either Wisbech or King's Lynn with their teams, young people will use the tools, opportunities and respect they have gained on the programme to change the world around them. Every group makes their mark on their community with a social action project they plan and deliver. Young people spend 30 hours getting involved in social action projects in their community and have collectively given many millions of hours so far.

 
 

Phase 1 - 22-26 July 2019

Attend at Hautbois Activity Centre, Norwich for 5 days of activities such as raft building, canoeing, high ropes, fencing, where young people will be taken out of their comfort zones and making friends for life. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 2 - 29 July to 02 August 2019

Attend the Nottingham University with your teams and learn skills for work and life such as cooking, budgeting and public speaking. Reflecting on these new experiences, they learn to apply them to the world of work. Learning what makes their community tick - building new connections and finding out about social causes up close. This is a residential element of the programme.

Phase 3 and 4 - 5 August to 16 August 2019

Attending The College of West Anglia, either Wisbech or King's Lynn with their teams, young people will use the tools, opportunities and respect they have gained on the programme to change the world around them. Every group makes their mark on their community with a social action project they plan and deliver. Young people spend 30 hours getting involved in social action projects in their community and have collectively given many millions of hours so far.

 

Financial Support

It is important to us that NCS is available to everyone. The NCS bursary has been set up to make sure that financial barriers don’t stand in the way of someone participating. If you can’t afford the payment and this is stopping you from taking part in NCS, then the bursary is here to help you. If there are other financial issues that are preventing you from taking part, such as travel costs or care responsibilities, then the bursary can help you with these as well. To apply for the bursary, click here.

Engagement with students, parents, teachers and charities or other professionals is vital to be able to offer this once in a lifetime opportunity.

To find out more information about the benefits and services that the National Citizen Service offer, including Frequently Asked Questions or how to get involved with NCS, please click below.