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From a grade F to a grade B

Level 3 sport student Matthew Healey is pleased but shocked after passing his GCSE English with a grade B - having only obtained an F while at high school. “I’m dead chuffed to have finally a good recognised level of Engl...

The future is bright for Suffolk New College students who have achieved their GCSE re-sits

More than 444 students at Suffolk New College are celebrating today having achieved a grade A*-C in maths or English. These are young people and adults who have previously only managed grade D or below while at school but now...

​College recognised for its commitment to young people

Suffolk New College has been formally recognised for its commitment to creating apprenticeships and enhancing the prospects of young people.New Anglia LEP, working with Suffolk and Norfolk county councils and the Department for Work and Pensions, have created a...

Enrolment now open for new Leisure Learning courses

Ever fancied trying your hand at dressmaking? Perhaps you’d like to learn more about social media and vlogging? Or maybe learning how to bake like Mary Berry is on your to-do list? Now you can sign up to learn th...

It’s lights, camera, action for hard-working James

This year’s End of Year Celebration was a sparking affair – and student James Aleksic was one of the team responsible for making it happen. And his skills and dedication were put to good use in erecting and taking down the...

Hard work pays off for Florrie

Florrie Macleod is off to study at one of the world’s most prestigious universities – but she admits she’ll miss Suffolk New College. The 18-year-old has accepted a place at Central St Martins College to study Graphic Communication Design, after...