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Determination and support help Josh overcome barriers and realise his dream of getting a job

Determined not to be held back by autism and anxiety, 19-year-old Josh Southgate from Worlingham has realised a huge personal ambition by landing a job at the Tesco superstore in Beccles.  This represents the culmination of a remarkable 3-year journey for Josh, supported by his grandparents, City College Norwich and Leading Lives.

A Level Results Day Frequently Asked Questions

If you have completed an AS or A2 Level course at City College Norwich this year, you will be able to collect your results from the StartUp Lounge on Thursday 17th August.

We want to make sure that you have all the information you need for the upcoming results day so here are some frequently asked questions to help you prepare.

Telephone changes: college numbers out of service on Wednesday 16 August

As part of a major upgrade of the telephone system at City College Norwich, our telephones will be out of action on Wednesday 16 August. 

This will affect all telephone numbers on the Ipswich Road, St. Andrews House, Norfolk House and Aviation Academy campuses.

The upgrade to our phone system will bring many benefits, including the ability to deal more effectively with peaks in incoming/outgoing calls.

City College Norwich and Students’ Union show their support for Norwich Pride

City College Norwich was once again proud to demonstrate its support for Norwich Pride by flying the rainbow flag over Pride weekend.

For the first time, City College Norwich Students’ Union was officially represented in the Norwich Pride parade, complete with their own Pride-themed banner (pictured).

The incoming Students’ Union President and Deputy President for 2017-18, Luke Mitchell and Erin Eagling, have just completed their A Levels with the College’s Sixth Form Centre and share a commitment to supporting and promoting equality and diversity within the college. 

Enrolment information and 2017/18 term dates

We are looking forward to welcoming all new and returning students to City College Norwich for the start of the 2017-18 academic year.

Enrolment for further education students takes place from Wednesday 23rd August.

Higher education students will receive a letter over the summer with full details of your enrolment, which for new students is expected to be from Thursday 24th August - Friday 26th August and Wednesday 30th August - Friday 1st September for returning students.

Students unveil creative work at End of Year Show

City College Norwich’s Creative Arts students unveiled their latest creations as hundreds gathered for the private view of their annual End of Year Show on Thursday 22nd June.

The City College Norwich Creative Arts End of Year Show provides an opportunity for members of the public to see some of the most exciting new talent from the college’s progressing Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and Foundation Diploma students. The work is diverse and celebratory, challenging and thought-provoking; representing the broad range of Creative Arts subjects taught at City College Norwich.

Student make-up artists place 1st and 2nd in WorldSkills UK heat

Two student make-up artists from City College Norwich – Autumn Hughes and Jess Maskell – put in an outstanding performance in the WorldSkills UK midlands regional heat at Walsall College by coming 1st and 2nd respectively.

Their success means that one or both students could now qualify for the WorldSkills UK national finals, which will be held at the NEC Birmingham in November.  The national finalists will compete for gold, silver and bronze medals and the chance to represent Team UK at international level.

Celebration for college's Access students as they move on to Higher Education

City College Norwich celebrated the achievements of 200 Access to Higher Education students on Friday 14 July, when students were presented with their end of year certificates at St Andrews House.

Access to HE student stories

Electrician writes his own script with Cambridge University place

Primary and college students host screening of work at Cinema City

Sixty Year 6 students from Eaton Primary School hosted a special screening at Cinema City on Wednesday 21st June that featured a series of the children’s adverts, music videos and short films made in conjunction with City College Norwich’s creative media department.

Public Services students feel what it is like to be bullet-proof

Thanks to the donation of this bullet-proof vest by body armour manufacturer Safeguard Armour, our Public Services students can now experience what it is like to wear this potentially life-saving piece of equipment.

Safety, security and the types of equipment used in different services are all covered within the course, from which students progress on to a wide range of careers including in the armed forces, police, fire and rescue, prison and ambulance services.  

The donated vest will be a useful learning aid for those on the course.

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