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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
Madison enrolled on a Level 3 Extended Diploma in performing arts at North Lindsey College to help her achieve her aspirations of working as a Redcoat at Butlin’s, a career pathway many do not realise how competitive is to achieve. She knew from an early age that she always wanted to work in performing arts whilst studying at local secondary school, The Vale of Academy.   Throughout her time at North Lindsey, the
The range will form part of the students’ curriculum, specifically those working towards Uniformed Services qualifications.     The club will be run under the strict supervision of staff, whose backgrounds include tutors who previously served in the Army and Police force. The aim of the club is to generate interest in the sport at the grass-root level and guide students to understand both the techniques and responsibility that comes with
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,
The College has been proactive in the raising awareness of the Sport England programme and has seen record results with many participating in a variety of sporting events that they would not have considered before including soft archery, football, confidence course, table tennis, basketball, dodgeball and cricket. Emily never intended to be a weightlifter but found a passion for it whilst at Leeds Beckett University training for sporting events including