Latest News

There’s always something happening at DN Colleges Group. Follow the links below to find the latest news from DN Colleges Group, Doncaster College and North Lindsey College.

Doncaster College and University Centre are nearing the end of a 2 year project which has seen painting and decorating tutor Glen Galbraith travelling across Europe to meet with other Colleges.
Yorkshire Sound Women Network (YSWN) have been successful in gaining Youth Music, ISME and Music For All funding bids, and are all set to launch the WIRED! project in partnership with Leeds Beckett University and University Centre Doncaster.
Fantastic news for two of our Academy of sport players, Will Holling and Sam Pocklington who have both just secured contracts to be professional players for Doncaster Knights.
You can download a copy of the Strategic Business Case  SCR-VFX-Training-Strategic-Business-Case If you have any feedback or questions about the scheme please get in touch with john.stopforth@don.ac.uk.
Lessons were brought to life for construction students from Doncaster College who experienced first-hand the practical workings of a building site with a visit to a new luxury housing development in East Yorkshire. The site visit was hosted by Duchy Homes, who are building an exclusive collection of twenty detached homes and six affordable bungalows at Roseberry Park in Hessle, close to the iconic Humber Bridge. Fourteen students working towards
The week took place from Monday 11th February where services across Doncaster got involved to deliver activities and workshops at The Hub. International speaker Paul Hannaford delivered a talk on drug addiction and gun and knife crime, sharing his eye-opening story with hundreds of students across the college.  After spending most of his life addicted to drugs, committing crimes and behind bars, Paul now delivers workshops to thousands of young
St Leger Homes and J&D Activities have partnered with Doncaster College to launch new Communi-Tea Café which employs young people and adults with additional needs. 11 students across Doncaster College Foundation Studies (Life Skills), Catering and Animal Care courses have landed voluntary work experience in the new café which launched on Monday 4thFebruary. The students work across 3 roles – kitchen assistant, hosting and serving, giving them the opportunity to
The annual Frequency Festival took place last Thursday, as the BA (Hons) Creative Music Technology team welcomed over KYCKER and Mat Handley to present two exciting seminar and workshop sessions with Music and Music Technology students at the Stainforth campus. In the morning, Lenny and Autumn from KYCKER – an artist development platform based in Sheffield – presented a highly informative seminar that examined the modern music industry model, discussing
Students from Doncaster College and North Lindsey College have recently had the opportunity to showcase their skills as part of a Channel 4 television series Guy Martin’s Building Britain. The episode is now airing on Channel 4’s digital channel, All 4. The programme is part of a national campaign by voluntary organisation Volunteer it Yourself (VIY), with the main focus of the programme to highlight the construction skills shortage amongst
The latest open event that took place on Wednesday 23rd January saw hundreds of potential students and visitors through its door, the largest amount of visitors and on the night applications since 2016! The College was a hive of activity with visitors, staff and current Doncaster College students escorting visitors on tours of the facilities as well as a welcome talk from Acting Principal Kathryn Brentnall and live entertainment from