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.
Congratulations to Toby Richardson who has won the post of President of the Students' Union from 1st July 2018 to 30th June 2019.
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
THURSDAY 26TH APRIL
TRY SOME SAMPLES OF VEGETARIAN STREET FOOD
The new hours will start today 18th April with the LC closing at 5pm.
Then the hours will be:
Suffolk New College are working in partnership with Suffolk County Council youth services to help get a better idea of the services in place for young people in Suffolk as well as how these services are rated by those who have utilised them.
This will help SNC & SCC to improve the services available and look to provide services widely requested. The survey is aimed at those 25 and under. The answers you give will be completely anonymous and will only be used by SNC Student Support services and the Local Safeguarding Children Board.
The survey can be completed online here: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/YPSafeguarding/
You’re opinions and views are greatly appreciated and will help form and improve services for young people over the coming years.
If you are currently learning to drive or have recently passed your test then you will be well aware of the DVLA theory test including hazard perception. To help you to get ready for your test or just refresh your knowledge, Safer Driving for life is offering Free practice theory tests online here.
This is exactly the same test as delivered by DVLA with a pass rate of only 51%. On completion of the test it gives good feedback as to the areas for improvement. Why not see how you fair and if you have any areas you could improve on.