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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.

The Poppy Appeal is the Royal British Legion’s biggest fundraising campaign held every year in November during the Period of Remembrance. This was the first of their fundraising efforts for the young men as they plan to raise more money in the future at the College. The three classmates Josh Plumtree (17), Cameron Dent (17) and Cameron Christer (17) all ran the grueling military 10k in army style boots and all wearing a backpack weighing 16.3kgs. Unfortunately, the weather decided
Road Safety Week always takes place in November and is the UK’s biggest annual road safety campaign and the College were keen to get involved. The theme of Road Safety Week 2021 was Road Safety Heroes, celebrating the heroic work of road safety professionals and explaining how everyone can all play a part in making journeys safer for everyone.   A series of events had been taking place at the College all week with one of the activities being a mock road traffic accident on the College campus. The Green Watch team from Humberside Fire and Rescue put on a display
As an alumni student Julian wanted to share his story and successes in the design world and offer his advice to current students on the course where he studied and his journey began.   Julian studied at North Lindsey College after being inspired by Alan Kirsch (former course leader) and liked the idea of studying in a dedicated building focused on creativity, the arts and design. He completed the BTEC national in design
The College is proud to support eight students currently on the TASS programme and get the very best from their sporting careers and education without them having to choose between the two. This year has seen a range of different talents brought to the TASS scheme at North Lindsey College including two golfers, boxers, Paralympic swimmer, cross-country runner and a dancer.   The College got involved with the TASS programme after supporting Gemma Richardson who fights in the under 22 category and now 5x National Champion, 3x European
The College reported a highly successful event, with queues of visitors waiting for the event to open at 4.30pm, all wanting to tour the facilities, see the campus for themselves and discover what North Lindsey can offer prospective students.    The event didn’t disappoint, with every curriculum area displaying an array of sector specific activities and demonstrations to show off the practical elements of the programmes that the College has to offer.  
Staff and current students at the popular Scunthorpe college are thrilled to be opening their doors once again to students in the region who are considering North Lindsey College as an option after leaving secondary school. The College became sector leaders in virtual open events during the pandemic, but this October is the first opportunity for them to open the entire campus for people to walk around.  The event will see
Sharon Smith joins the popular Scunthorpe College from York College, where she worked as Vice Principal for Higher, Vocational and Professional Education.  Bringing with her a wealth of knowledge from the Further Education Sector, Sharon has worked in FE for 28 years and has progressed from teaching to senior leadership roles with a strong focus on vocational and technical education and HE in FE.  “As the new Principal I am
Elaine Surfleet (Teaching Assistant at North Lindsey College) lost her daughter, Gillian aged only 35 after battling a long-term blood condition for eight years. The family were well known at their local church, St Peter’s in Scotter and Elaine wanted to keep her daughter’s memory alive at the church by having a candle votive made in her memory.   The engineering team at North Lindsey College were more than happy to grant Elaine this small
Kevin aged 62 years has just started his new role as a Junior Content Producer Apprentice at Resolution in Scunthorpe. Kevin has over 35 years of experience as a cameraperson, travelling worldwide on assignments but now wants to work locally. With camera work being limited, he decided to learn the other side of the business to open up new opportunities.   This course is the closest to where I want to be. In
The Blended Learning Consortium (BLC) was set up to support colleges in moving forward to meet accredited guidelines and allow members to benefit from the creation and sharing of FE specific resource for different learning levels and subject areas.   This fantastic achievement saw DNCG, which comprises of North Lindsey College, Doncaster College and University Centre and the UCNL, rated as number one out of 150 other providers. Institutions access and share with