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20 Mar

Bus Pass Refund Information

Any bus money is non-refundable as of the end of October. In order to support our bus companies in these difficult times and ensure they can continue to pay their staff we are still paying for these contracted services.  The bus pass is heavily subsidised at a cost of £230 to yourselves when it actually

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19 Mar

COVID-19 – College Closure

19 March 2020 COVID-19: College Closure Dear Parents/Carers and Students Following on from my last update, I’m writing to let you know that we have now been instructed to close the College after this Friday until further notice. Please note that this is a national closure – as you may have heard in the news

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04 Mar

NCLT ranked in top 30 nationally for equality and diversity once again

The New Collaborative Learning Trust, the multi-academy Trust that runs New College Pontefract, New College Doncaster and New College Bradford, has been ranked number 29 in the National Centre for Diversity’s Top 100 Index. This index ranks the top institutions in the country for equality and diversity. The National Centre for Diversity is a campaigning

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04 Feb

New College to embark on Ski Trip to Folgarida in 2021

Enrichment trips and visits are designed to support both learning and the personal development of students. Providing opportunities to explore a subject in greater depth, beyond the curriculum or within a particular setting, it helps prepare students for their next steps in education or employment.  Therefore, the sport department of New College are organising a

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31 Jan

New College Pontefract achieves award for careers work

New College Pontefract has been recognised for its outstanding careers work this week, having been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard by Prospects, a national body responsible for assessing careers work in schools and colleges.  The Quality in Careers Standard is awarded to schools and colleges who can demonstrate the importance they place on careers

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30 Jan

Future engineer inspired through national collaboration programme

New College student Max Clayton With the deadline for UCAS applications recently closing, one of our Year 13 students, Max Clayton, has been inspired to apply for engineering courses at university as a result of taking part in a national initiative. The ‘Fast Trackers’ project, led by Network Rail and Mott Macdonald, ran from March

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