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NCW student Maxwell, has taken part in ‘The Big Litter Pick’ for NCW. Maxwell ventured to Wales in the half term holiday and removed plastic bottles and other items from a shoe sole to an empty toothpaste tube from Limeslade Bay. Maxwell has raised well over £200 for the College and also helped look after
On Thursday, New College Worcester hosted a ‘Blindfold Dinning Experience’ at the wonderful Feli’s Bar and Restaurant in Stoulton. The aim of the evening was to spread awareness of vision impairment and to get an understanding of how someone with a vision impairment might enjoy their meal. Everyone enjoyed wearing the blindfold and seeing if
Sixth Form students Sonali, Mustafa and Eben took a trip to London Paddington to practise and refine their Mobility skills.
As part of the Sakura Cherry Tree Project which is formed by the Japanese private sector supported by Japanese government, NCW has received a cherry blossom tree to plant on college grounds!
A very big ‘thank you’ to Jacksons Motors for supporting New College Worcester. For the whole month of January, they made a donation to the College for every car that they sold. Last week they visited the College and presented us with an amazing cheque for £620. We welcomed them into the College and they
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Last year we had a fantastic team of individuals that took on the challenge of the ‘Three Peaks’ and raised an incredible amount of money for NCW. This year, we are taking our summer challenge to the river! This is no ordinary event and over three days our amazing, supportive and new team of Fundraisers
Year 13 student Jack joined NCW in September 2014, and has been on a real journey in his time at college – growing in such confidence and independence.
It is no secret across NCW that Year 12 student Rahel is infatuated with Hairspray The Musical! She is often bundling around college humming the songs and reciting different scenes, so when the opportunity arose for her to go and see it at Cheltenham Everyman Theatre, it was a very easy ‘Yes!’.
From 7 – 13 February 2022, it is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week. The theme for this year is growing together; this is about growing emotionally and finding ways to help each other out. It has made me reflect on how NCW helps young people who are not only VI, but who also suffer with mental health issues