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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 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
This year the winning students each received a heartfelt message from a celebrity who announced the winner live on social media. The announcements had an amazing response from staff and students alike. Each student and runner-up also received a special gift thorough the post which included a keepsake of their success, a certificate and also few treats. Many of the posts have received over thousands of views with Miriam Margolyes, who played Professor Sprout in the Harry Potter series, taking the
The AoC Beacon Awards celebrate the best and most innovative practice among UK colleges each year. This award supported by the British Council seeks to celebrate an outstanding example of a college’s international work and the exceptional strategies to embed international activity within the broader college aims.   Staff at DN Colleges Group, which encompasses Doncaster College and North Lindsey College, are delighted to have won the British Council International Award, which presents
The Association of Colleges (AoC) Beacon Awards celebrate the best and most innovative practice among UK further education (FE) colleges. It is managed by the AoC and runs through the AoC Charitable Trust which is a registered charity. The aim of the awards programme is to demonstrate and promote the far-reaching impact of colleges on their students and the communities they serve.   The award category is the British Council International Award and the International team is thrilled with the recognition of their work. The team ensure that the College’s
North Lindsey College held its awards ceremony with a virtual difference due to the Covid-19 Lockdown.    Every year the College celebrate students’ achievements and was keen to celebrate again, despite being unable to hold a physical event on campus. Danny Fenwick (Assistant Principal for Education Programmes for Young People said: “Our first-ever virtual awards ceremony was a fantastic opportunity to recognise the hard work, talent, resilience and altruism of our students. The nominations really highlighted the positive impact our students