“Any understanding of autism should not be approached from a position of ‘deficit’, but rather from apposition of ‘difference’. Autistic people are not neuro-typical people with something missing or something extra added on. They are different. If we are serious about equality and inclusion within any area, then we must first of all understand thatRead more
Last week, NCG welcomed colleagues from all of our divisions to the second annual NCG Excellence Awards. Here we share with you a recap of the evening! Director of Learning & Organisational Development Elouise Leonard-Cross served as compere for the evening and got us underway by welcoming our divisional winners, sponsors and guests. CEO JoeRead more
Shadow Transport Secretary, Lilian Greenwood, visited Newcastle College’s Rail Academy today to highlight the importance of the growth of the rail engineering in the North East. The Shadow Minister travelled to the region with Labour MP, Alan Johnson and Paul Brannen, MEP as part of the campaign to encourage voters to remain in the EU;Read more
It’s football time! To mark the start of Euro 2016 we’re taking a look at the different football provisions offered by NCG divisions. While it may be a long shot, England will be looking to lift the trophy this summer. So maybe they could learn a thing or two from the West Lancashire College team,Read more
Following on from their success in 2015, Newcastle College has again won big at the Educate North awards.Read more
Newcastle College was last night crowned FE College of the Year at the first Educate the North Awards.
The high profile awards celebrate and recognise excellence in the education sector in the North.Read more
A new multi-million pound training facility, which will help to secure the future of rail engineering in the North East, has received support from the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills.Read more