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The event has been held online for the last two years due to Covid, was held on campus for the first time in two years, with staff and students keen to celebrate in a full ceremony. The College awarded trophies to students, alongside nominated staff in line with their core values and cast a light on those who had shone over the past academic year. The event welcomed inspirational guest speaker
The event has been held online for the last two years due to Covid, was held on campus for the first time in two years, with staff and students keen
The department is also home to over 60 species, the new additions are a very welcome addition to the College’s menagerie and is a large fowl that the College has never had the opportunity to house before.  The peafowls came from Norfolk and will eventually live with the Guernsey goats and chickens outside and will be free to roam in a dedicated area for them. The peafowls currently have no tail trains
A group of vocational students from North Lindsey College and Doncaster College have broadened and developed their work and employability skills in St. Lucia thanks to Turing Scheme funding. The Turing Scheme is the UK’s global programme to study and work abroad enabling students to develop new skills, gain international experience and boost their employability.   The students undertook placements in sports, public services and animal care/conservation work programmes designed to
The woodland is part of the Sustainability group’s approach to work towards net-zero emissions and reduce the environmental impact through innovation and collaboration. 300 trees will be planted in total which include a variety of species including Silver Birch, Hawthorne, Blackthorn, Oak, Wild Cherry, Rowan and Dog Rose.    Mick planted an Oak tree to start the project off and said, “It’s great that the College can work in partnership with the Woodland Trust. These trees will
2022 will see three groups of students from Doncaster College and North Lindsey College, both part of DN Colleges Group, undertake work experience at St Lucian school as well as enjoying some free time which has been funded by the Turing Scheme for two weeks.    Liam Marsh, an International Placement Supervisor at DN Colleges Group, said “We are extremely pleased to have secured funding for the 2021/22 Turing Scheme programme.
Scammell wheelbarrow pumps were issued to the Civil Defence or Fire Guards and mainly used as an easy way of controlling fires in the second world war caused by Luftwaffe attack.  Steve Shirley from the RAF Firefighting Museum was delighted to come onto campus to collect the fully restored pump so it can take pride of place with other many exhibits at the firefighting museum.   The pump was in a pretty poor state when
The event, which was held online this month due to Covid restrictions, generated over 30 nominations across a range of different sectors.   The awards hosted by the apprenticeship team, with special guest speaker Akshay Ruparelia, founder of Doorsteps.co.uk, aimed to celebrate the achievements of both apprentices and their employers. Highlighting the plethora of links, the popular Scunthorpe college has with industry.  Held to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), judges
Kyle Johnson-Rolfe (16) has been playing golf since he was four years of age and was always destined to be a pro golfer. The ambitious teen has been dedicated to the sport for as long as he can remember, and he has now achieved his dream at only sixteen years of age.  With an impressive +0.4 handicap, Kyle will start official training and competitions around April 2022 against other top
Kyle Johnson-Rolfe (16) has been playing golf since he was four years of age and was always destined to be a pro golfer. The ambitious teen has been dedicated to
T-Levels are new qualifications presented to further education students who are looking for a mixture of classroom learning and ‘on-the-job’ experience during an industry placement of at least 315 hours (approximately 45 days).   Investment secured through T-Level building and resource funding at both North Lindsey College and Doncaster College, both part of DN Colleges Group, has enabled state-of-the art teaching, learning and assessment facilities for our students to access
 Pupils from St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy flew first class, prepared food for Rudolph and met Santa himself during a recent winter getaway organised by Travel students – all without leaving the walls of North Lindsey College.   With a little imagination, the children experienced a magical visit to the College which has now been taking place in December for a number of years. The event was extra special for the children