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Let's talk T levels at Newbury College

Let's talk T levels at Newbury College

As parents of teenagers at secondary school, you may have heard about the introduction of the new T-level qualifications from 2020? At Newbury College, we have been busily preparing the groundwork for T levels for quite a while, and are ready to start incorporating them as they are phased in. Alongside apprenticeships and A-levels, T-levels will become one of the three main options for school leavers. T-levels are being introduced in the 2020/2021 academic year, and are designed to replace many of the vocational qualifications currently offered at level 3. The structure of the new qualifications will be different from the current...

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College turns up the heat with Young Chef Competition

College turns up the heat with Young Chef Competition

Newbury College played host to the district qualifying heat of the Rotary Young Chef Competition...

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A day in the life of a Student Governor

A day in the life of a Student Governor

December 2018 - We are delighted to announce the appointment of our new Student Governor,...

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A Christmas win for Lynne

A Christmas win for Lynne

December 2018 - Lynne Stafford of Thatcham received an extra special festive surprise this week,...

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Annual Work and Careers Fair provides opportunities for all

Annual Work and Careers Fair provides opportunities for all

Over 40 businesses took part in the annual West Berkshire Work and Careers Fair at...

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University scholarship for Sky

University scholarship for Sky

Sky Curtis, who studied Music Technology for three years at Newbury College, has been awarded...

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College celebrates 70 years with museum exhibition

College celebrates 70 years with museum exhibition

Former and current staff, governors and students of Newbury College attended a special event on...

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