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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.

Love Our Colleges is part of a national campaign and for 2020 one of the suggestions was to share memorable moments and best sporting achievements.   Talented staff from across the College’s provision have come forward in droves to reveal some fantastic private passions and memorable events, that help to enrich students’ College experience through their own hidden talents.   Just a few of the revelations have included Duty Officer of the
A unique opportunity to gain industry experience working on a film has been offered to students at North Lindsey College. The production is filmed in Northern Lincolnshire in October and was created by film production company ‘Chicken in a Graveyard’ and directed by Francesco Mineo.   Featuring local landmarks such as Brigg Town Hall, the movie will feature two Performing Arts students Chardonnay Bonnett and Macey Dempsey who have been picked to take part and will be on screen, along with further North
This year’s theme focuses on colleges building communities, boosting businesses, and supporting people. Bringing the whole further education community together, the Week celebrates the impact of colleges on people, employers, and the economy.   North Lindsey College is a member of the Association of Colleges (AoC) which wants to see colleges and funding for them prioritised nationally and locally to aid the recovery from the pandemic that will be vital to the future success of
Ellen Lumgair, who works at the popular Scunthorpe College, has now gained MIE status and is the first to achieve the accolade within DN Colleges Group. Phil Whitehead, the Digital Teaching and Learning Manager at North Lindsey and Microsoft Learning Consultant, is now a Master Trainer with Microsoft and has been Ellen’s Mentor throughout the process.   To become an MIE trainer Ellen undertook various CPD through the Microsoft Education Centre
The College have been praised by the DofE for its local contributions between April 2019 and March 2020. The social value of the hours comes to a staggering £5428.80 which has benefitted the local community. All funds raised by the College has come from a wide range of student projects including volunteering at Magic Moments, The Hastings Centre, Lincolnshire House, Lindsey Lodge Hospice, Low Field House, Scope and Sue Ryder. Students also
The link will mean that staff across the Group will benefit from bespoke training to support their CPD, which in turn will mean students will benefit from tutors with industry trained tutors. The work will be led by WorldSkills UK High-Performance Skills Coaches, who are all experienced WorldSkills UK Training Managers. They will capture learnings from international competitions and use these to coach and mentor tutors at North Lindsey College
North Lindsey College are now recognised as the fifth largest FE provider of apprenticeships in the UK and have been working with Syngenta, delivering a core apprenticeship. The College have been providing the Science Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship for Syngenta and are delighted in thier recent success.   Jill Cooper (Executive Director Employer Engagement & Projects, DN Colleges Group) said, “We are absolutely delighted that Syngenta have won this award. They consistently demonstrate a real commitment to the
The TASS Dual Career Accreditation Scheme recognises an education institution’s commitment to dual career support for talented athletes who are in full-time education.    The Sports team at North Lindsey College have worked with a variety of talented athletes, supporting them to balance their academic commitments with their training needs to support them to achieve their sporting goals.   Ian Hamilton (Curriculum Leader of Sport and Uniformed Services and Performing Arts) said,