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Heading in the right direction!

The voices of students have always been important to the running of NCW. In past years, this has been advocated by our Head Students with the help of their Senior Student Team, but this year, we decided to change things up!

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Kathy Winnell

New Fundraising Ambassador

We are delighted to announce that Kathy Winnell has joined the NCW fundraising team as an Ambassador.  Kathy has a really strong networking background and will be helping to develop NCW’s corporate relationships. Kathy is well known in Worcester business networking circles for her upbeat and positive attitude. She fell in love with the college

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Mobility around school

Students Jack and Victoria have been putting their all important mobility skills into practise, and have completed a great piece of work which focuses on how they each navigate their way around school and campus in a wheelchair.

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Experiencing the World of Work!

At NCW, we focus hugely on transition for our students to become independent young people. In Sixth Form, this includes various modules such as learning how to access support services, as well as enhancing social skills, support networks and careers guidance and work experience.

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Glorious GCSEs

A very well done to all of our Year 11 students who have worked so hard for the past 2 years and have gained some really excellent GCSE results. Although BTEC results are yet to be released, our students have done very well indeed in their GCSEs and all of them are able to go

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A Level Success!

We would like to congratulate all of our year 13 and year 14 students who have received their A level and level 3 exam results today (Thursday 13 August).

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Virtual NCW and COVID-19

During the COVID-19 outbreak, NCW is committed to keeping students and staff safe, whilst continuing to provide top quality accessible learning.  During the first lockdown in 2019, NCW ran a full remote timetable and support programme via Google Meet. Here are some great examples of how we are continued to teach and care for the

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