Educating young people who are blind or vision impaired

Author: Charlotte Veasey

group photo of the canoeists and the river guides at the end of the trek

The Canoe Trek success

After months of planning, training and fundraising, last week our long awaited ‘Three Day Canoe Trek’ took place and was a brilliant success! Our team of canoeists came from all over the UK and included parents, friends of NCW, local businesses, bankers and Worcester

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The Three Day Canoe Trek

Only two days until our team of Fundraisers start ‘The Three Day Canoe Trek.’ Thankfully the weather is set to be cooler with even the promise of a little rain.  The Fundraising and Activities Team are busy with the last bits of preparation and

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Image of Gigi and Sue. There is a Peak in the background they have have just climbed. The Sky is blue and the weather is sunny

NCW parents take on ‘The Peak Trek’

This weekend two NCW parents took on the challenge of ‘The Peak Trek’ and walked 25km in the sunny Peak District to raise funds for NCW. After weeks of training, a 4 am wake up, more than 9 hours climbing rugged and rocky terrain

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image of Snowden at sunrise.

Snowdon at night…

We are delighted to announce that we have teamed up with Global Adventures and secured spaces for ‘Snowdon at night’ on the 1st – 2nd October 2022.  Trekking Mt Snowdon (1,085m) during the daytime forms a great challenge, but by using torches to light your

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NCW Summer Raffle

Welcome to our first New College Worcester raffle organised by Raffall! We thought we would take our summer raffle online so that people far and wide can join in. 1st prize is a brand new Gtech Air Ram System bundle, 2nd and 3rd prizes

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HomeXperts Worcester join the Canoe Trek

We are delighted to announce that HomeXperts Worcester are joining us on ‘The Three Day Canoe Trek’ to raise funds for NCW. A few words from Jason Barnett, “I have known James (an NCW parent) for some time now and knew his Son George

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Image of the accessible toilet door sign with the braille stickers placed on it

NCW Student helps Tesco be more accessible

Our local Tesco Community Champions, Angie and Rachel, recently visited NCW for a tour and to have lunch with the students.  Year 10 student Jake, helped with the tour and talked about his experiences of shopping, and what Tesco might be able to do to

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image is a close up of various coins. Some are copper and some are silver.

Student Fundraising – Eye Care We Care

We are delighted to announce that students here at NCW, have raised an amazing £438.82 as  part of our yearly campaign ‘Eye Care We Care.’ The students enjoyed a non uniform day, a yummy cake sale and organised a copper mile coin collection. The

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