The police are aware but we would like to reinforce the message of not getting in the car of an unknown adult.
If you have any concerns regarding similar situations you are asked to call the police directly on 101 or 999 in an emergency.
The University of Suffolk are working alongside the Ipswich Opportunity Area to measure young people’s participation in social action.
Youth social action is young people taking practical action to help others. To create positive social change that is of benefit to the wider community as well as themselves.
By identifying whether young people are engaging in social action, and how many are participating, the Ipswich Opportunity Area will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of current interventions in engaging young people and identify areas of need for social action programmes across Ipswich.
We would like to encourage young people to take the time to fill in this short anonymous survey and have a chance to win a £20 online voucher as a result of taking part:https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/IpswichYSA
Thank you in advance for your support.
Please sign the petition calling on the government to “to urgently increase college funding to sustainable levels, including immediate parity with recently announced increases to schools funding”.
It has currently been signed by over 24,000 people. Once a petition has received 10,000 signature it is guaranteed a response by Government and if it can gain 100,000 signature it will be considered for discussion in Parliament.
So if you haven’t already done so please follow this link https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229744 and sign up.
Better still ask your colleagues and students to sign as well. You can access an interactive map which shows you the level of support in your area.
Let’s hope we can reach that 100,000 target.
If you just answered ‘yes’, ‘sounds awesome’, or ‘I’d like to give it a go’, then the new college magazine team has an opening for you!
Suffolk New College is passionate about offering students the opportunity to expand their educational horizons and to get their creative juices flowing.
We realise that students will want to find the most cost effective way to park and if this includes parking in nearby residential streets please be alert to the following:
Thank you for your support.
After another successful This Girl Can Ambassador programme in 2017-18, AoC Sport is looking to identify a new group of inspiring Ambassadors for this academic year.
The This Girl Can Ambassadors will be tasked with raising awareness of the Sport England campaign. As well as promoting and delivering new and existing college activities to try and encourage their female students to get active.
Wednesday 5th September 12pm
Free food and a warm welcome!
The Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) is a project aimed at increasing the number of young people going into Higher Education. neaco consists of the University of Cambridge (including its Colleges), Anglia Ruskin University, the University of East Anglia, Norwich University of the Arts, and the University of Suffolk. Take Your Place is the programme which is being run by neaco in schools and colleges in East Anglia.
Information about how your personal information will be used by us in connection with the administration of the Take Your Place programme, and for related purposes, is available at https://www.takeyourplace.ac.uk/how-we-use-participant-data. We will also get in touch by email to facilitate your involvement in the Take Your Place programme.
The College has updated its Privacy Information notice for all students to provide more information about how we handle requests for references from previous and current students. Please follow this link to see the newly updated privacy guidance https://www.suffolk.ac.uk/privacy
Please Note: The cutoff date to sign up is Friday 8th June