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10 Jul

Start of term arrangements for year 13s

Students will return to college on Monday 9 September 2019 and lessons will start at 8.50am.  Students will be able to view their timetable on Cedar after 12.00noon on Friday 7 September. If students require any IT support for password changes etc. they should visit the IT support menu on Moodle and select ‘changing your password from home’.

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14 Jun

More New College students earn places at specialist Performing Arts colleges

Following Charlotte Atkinson and Miley Foley-Hall’s successful entry to the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, additional New College performing arts students have gained places at other prestigious colleges and academies. David Haigh, from Kettlethorpe High School, has received an unconditional offer at Bristol Old Vic for Production Arts Stage and Screen. “Throughout my years at New College,

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24 May

New College students embark on ‘Fast Trackers’ scheme

A group of New College students have been given an opportunity to work with Engineering industry professionals Network Rail and Mott McDonald, with the aim of creating a solution to one of the country’s greatest challenges as part a scheme known as ‘Fast Trackers’. It offered a unique chance for the students to work collaboratively

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22 May

New College helps student aim high

Helping students achieve their ideal career is one of the college’s core goals. Whether that involves getting a place at a top university, or moving straight into the world of work, staff from across the college work hard at giving young people the best possible support. Elton Hove’s long-term career goal has always been one

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02 Apr

Issue 004 of the New College Press is released

The fourth edition of the New College Press has been released by students at New College Pontefract as part of their Newspaper Club. Following on from the previous issues, it is the fourth in the series thus far. It features articles on the Berlin Wall, films and television, and general information about what is currently

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