More than 1,400 prospective students descended on Suffolk New College this week to get a feel for the courses they will embark upon come September.
The excellence of Suffolk New College’s School of Creative Arts has been recognised by one of the world’s most illustrious arts universities.
Incoming Suffolk New College Principal Viv Gillespie has outlined her vision for the future of the institution after officially taking up her new position today.
Mrs Gillespie, who holds a first class honours degree in Business Studies, joins the College with an outstanding track record in further education, having taught and managed in the sector for more than 25 years. She was previously Principal at South Worcestershire College, where she led the fastest turnaround from an inadequate to good Ofsted rating.
Hundreds of students celebrated a year of hard work and dedication yesterday June 24 when they were honoured at a special awards ceremony.
Four Suffolk New College students have been honoured for their high standards, enthusiasm and hard work.
The annual Sports Awards evening was again held at Shelleys restaraunt on Weds 6th May 2015. The event is where we celebrate the achievements of the students who have represented the college over the last academic year at the Associaton of Colleges (AoC) sports leagues/tournaments and various events throughout the year.
Youngsters in South Sudan could soon benefit from the work of Suffolk New College students who have designed an aid for physics teachers in developing countries.