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Student Union donates to two local charities

This week, our new Student Union president Jordan Barry presented cheques to two local charities as the result of fund raising efforts by the College students. Terry Hagan visited the College from the Chantry Youth Development Initiative to receive a...

College celebrates ‘Good’ Ofsted grade

Suffolk New College is celebrating its Ofsted rating of ‘Good’ across the board.  The inspection took place in October 2017 and the College was judged ‘Good’ (2) in all available categories of the report. Principal, Viv Gillespie, said, “I’d like to thank all...

SNC celebrates Children In Need

Activities are taking place across the College as staff and students do their bit for Pudsey. Childcare students from the Level 1 and Level 2 courses are wearing their onesies to class today. While staff members Chris Hughes and Jason Last will...

College falls silent to honour the fallen

Several hundred students and staff paid their respects to the armed forces ahead of Armistice Day during a remembrance parade held at the College on Friday 10 November 2017. The event was organised by the public services department. Students on these courses...

Suffolk New College restaurant receives top marks from food watchdog

Shelley’s, the student-run restaurant of Suffolk New College, has received a top rating of ‘5’ in The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme (FHRS) from independent food safety watchdog the Food Standards Agency (FSA). The FSA champions the public's health and consumer intere...

​Suffolk New College automotive students win Pit Stop Challenge.

Students studying Vehicle Technology and Maintenance beat two other colleges to a convincing win in the intra-college Pit Stop Challenge. This hotly-contested feature of the Suffolk Skills Show, took place at Trinity Park on Wednesday 18 October. The competition involves changing...