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College supports global mental health campaign

Suffolk New College championed World Mental Health Day by hosting activities relating to these issues throughout the day. Students looked at ways to spot the signs and symptoms relating to mental health during lessons. Learners were also given tips on...

"on the coast" celebrates first anniversary

“Rurally isolated places like Leiston desperately needs something like this. This place is a godsend.” That is the view of Jake Martin from an organisation called Inspire Suffolk who was talking about an educational facility called Suffolk New College on the...

Thousands of students get opportunities and advice at our annual Freshers’ Fair

Suffolk New College welcomed back thousands of students this week by hosting a Freshers’ Fair. Over 3000 learners have signed up for courses at our College and, as part of their first week back, a selection of local businesses came in to...

Proposal for Merger with Otley Campus and Suffolk New College

The public consultation document for the proposed merger between Easton and Otley College and City College Norwich, and Suffolk New College is now available at www.eocmerger.co.uk Suffolk New College will (subject to final approvals) take on the...

Games Design lecturer and double BAFTA nominee launches new spy game

A games design lecturer from the College who has been nominated for two BAFTA’s has just launched a new spy game. 28 year old Sam Read from Glemsford secured the BAFTA nominations for his work on games called Splemy and Ga...

Annual awards ceremony showcases the best of Suffolk New College

Suffolk New College celebrated the end of another successful year by hosting their annual student awards ceremony. 36 awards were handed out in total for individuals who had shown either outstanding commitment or made outstanding progress during their course. Supporters ranged...