New College Worcester (NCW), Whittington Road, Worcester, WR5 2JX
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Charity of the Year!
Posted 14th March 2019 | Category: Fundraising
We are delighted that New College Worcester has been chosen as Charity of the Year in the Wyre Forest for local Thursfields Solicitors!
Shane Miller, Director of Thursfields, congratulated: “NCW is an impressive school that works hard to carefully create a tailored programme for students’ academic achievement, independent living skills and involvement in extracurricular activities.
Thursfields is determined to help make a difference in the community it serves, and we’re delighted to focus our Wyre Forest fundraising efforts on helping this great charity to raise more funds that will help the young blind and partially sighted.”
Kevin Hateley, Head of Fundraising at NCW, said: “We’re grateful to everyone at Thursfields for offering this valuable help which will assist the school to provide even better opportunities for students.
Our staff are dedicated to helping students develop the confidence and self-esteem that will enable them to prepare for life beyond NCW in the future, and all funds raised go towards this crucial role.”
Thursfields has now planned to get involved in various fundraising events at NCW during the next few months, including:
•A wills workshop in February resulted in staff and parents having an opportunity to book an on-site appointment to make their will on 18, 19, 27 or 28 March
•A Thursfields’ Thursty Thursday afternoon tea at Brockencote Hall on 2 May – tickets are available at https://www.thursfields.co.uk/event/thursty-thursday-afternoon-tea/
•A Walk, Rest and Rail event on Saturday 8 June, which includes a 7.5-mile riverside walk and ride home on the Severn Valley Railway
Looking for a speaker?
Posted 8th February 2019 | Category: Fundraising
Are you a member of a local group or organisation? Would you like to learn more about what is happening at New College Worcester?
We would be very happy to talk to your group about the work we do and the services we provide. If so please contact Ele on email@example.com or call on 01905 763933. We can present to any audience and will tailor our presentation to match the needs of your group.
Save the Date!
Posted 4th February 2019 | Category: Fundraising
Waitrose (London Road, Worcester) are kindly hosting a wine tasting evening on Tuesday 22nd October in support of New College Worcester, more details to follow soon.
Could you take on a new challenge in 2019?
Posted 14th December 2018 | Category: Fundraising
Help transform the lives of our students at NCW, helping them to overcome the challenges that sight loss brings.
Choose your challenge, whether it’s a run, walk, cycle, swim or perhaps a weight loss goal and become a New College Worcester Challenge Champion!
Here are a few ideas:
Worcester half and full marathon – Sunday 19th May 2019 Worcester Run
Walk, Rest and Rail – Saturday 8th June 2019 – an NCW event, 7 ½ mile riverside walk followed by a train ride home on the Severn Valley Railway.
Nightrider, London (50k or 100k) – 8th and 9th June 2019 Night Rider
The Severn Mud Run – Sunday 8th September 2019 Severn Mud Run
We’ll support you all the way with all the fundraising tools you need.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you into the NCW challenge champion team! Together we can make 2019 a champion year for our students. Please get in touch with Ele on 01905 763277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thumbs up for Maths Refurbishment
Posted 10th October 2018 | Category: Fundraising
We are delighted to confirm that the refurbishment of the Maths department was completed in time for the beginning of the new academic year, with Maths teachers and students all agreeing it is a wonderful improvement.
We have been fundraising hard to continue the project and work will commence shortly on in Modern Foreign Languages, followed by the Humanities department. The refurbishment programme has been totally funded by external grants.
Autumn Term 2017 Fundraising Update
Posted 11th December 2017 | Category: Fundraising
It's been a busy term for fundraising this term. It is wonderful to have the brand new multi gym up and running, and our thanks go to all who have made it possible through their generosity.
We also saw the opening of the new Fujitsu Innovation Hub which is a bright and modern space jam-packed with technology for teaching and learning.
It is wonderful news that Stourport High School have again selected us as their national charity of the year and we look forward to working with them again.
There are two major fundraising campaigns to focus on for 2017/18.
Starting with the maths department we plan to refurbish all of our classrooms over the next three years to provide a modern and adaptable learning environement. This will consist of new lighting, flooring, furniture, decoration and in most cases fixed IT provision.
Specialist equipment provision
This campaign is aimed at extending the provision of specialist equipment such as digital magnifiers, the very latest in braille technology and interactive whiteboard technology.
Both campaigns started in September and have made an encouraging start thanks to donations from the Dixie Rose Findlay Charitable Trust, The Gordon Gray Trust and the generosity of one of our former students.
In conjunction with Blind Veterans UK we will be holding our first Fire Walk on Saturday April 28th. If you are interested in taking part contact email@example.com for more details.
Following the success of our first annual Walk, Rest & Rail event we are delighted to confirm that plans for 2018 are being made. Save the Date Saturday 9th June.
Fundraising Summer Update!
Posted 5th September 2017 | Category: Fundraising
The Fundraising Department has been very busy over the summer holidays!
On August 9th John Hooper, Chairman of Unidoc Solutions Ltd of Halesowen, presented us with a wonderful donation of £3,240 towards equipment for the new Multi Gym which is due to be completed and handed over to us on Friday 8th September. Our Head of Fundraising said ‘John has visited NCW on a couple of occasions over the past few months and has taken a great deal of interest in the work we do. Unidoc's very kind donation will purchase two pieces of new fitness equipment and will help to ensure the new multi gym is fully equipped and ready to be used by our students before the end of September.
Gary Hateley, Sales Director of Alderman Ceramics, based in Kidderminster, successfully completed his 120km challenge on Sunday August 20th. Starting at 4.30am, Gary ran, cycled, rowed and used the cross trainer to reach his target in 8 hours. In the process he raised £1550, which will go towards fitness equipment for the new Multi Gym.
A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our first Walk, Rest & Rail event on June 17th. To date the event has raised £2.9k with a further £1k pledged via matched funding. Details of next year’s event will be announced shortly.
Our very successful visiting artist programme will continue for the next three years thanks to the continued support of the Bransford Trust. Colin Kinnear, a trustee of the Trust together with his wife, recently visited the College to see first hand the quality of work produced by our students and the impact this exciting project has had within the Art department.
With the help of our Patron, Lord Faulkner of Worcester, we have been able to secure a grant of £10k from The Foundation for Sport and the Arts, which has enabled us to reach our initial fundraising target so we can place an order to equip the new Multi Gym.
Thanks go to all who have contributed to our fundraising efforts over the last few months.
Walk, Rest and Rail for NCW!
Posted 17th June 2017 | Category: Fundraising
Take a summer stroll along the River Severn, enjoy tea and cakes at the Ship Inn in Highley and catch the train back to Bewdley on the Severn Valley Railway
Details of the day
Saturday 17th June 2017
Registration from 8.30 am, with 9.30am start from The Severn Valley Railway Station, Bewdley
The walk is a beautiful route along the River Severn, of approximately 7.5 miles. The walk finishes at the lovely riverside pub the Ship Inn, Highley - where walkers can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a piece of cake as part of the entry fee, or even take the opportunity to book in for lunch, before catching one of four designated trains back to Bewdley
Children aged 4 years to 15 years £10.00
Children aged 3 and under are free
The entry fee includes coffee or tea and cake at the Ship Inn and train tickets for the return journey to Bewdley on one of four designated trains
How to Book
Book online via Online Booking (small booking fee applies)
Or complete a Booking Form and return it with a cheque made out to New College Worcester for the full amount to Kevin Hateley, Fundraising Manager, New College Worcester, Worcester WR5. You can also pay by cash by filling in the booking form and dropping it in with the entry fee to New College Worcester.
Pre-booking is essential
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