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05 September 2019

Professional Boxer Fights Against Knife Crime

The event took place on the 3rd and 4th September and was the second visit from the Tommy Coyle Foundation and #NoMoreKnives campaign team. The Boxclever Bus come onto the Scunthorpe campus, complete with a boxing training area, weights and gym equipment, a lounge area with Xboxs, iPads and games consoles. Students also had the opportunity to spar with the professional boxer in the Foundation’s portal boxing ring. Tommy Coyle local said, “Talent

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27 August 2019

CATCH Future Engineers

The students, who have joined the Academy from local schools and Colleges across Scunthorpe and Grimsby, are working towards Level 2 and 3 electrical and mechanical engineering programmes as well as the prestigious Level 3 Introduction to Engineering Construction programme. Bob Padley, Head of Engineering at the CATCH Academy said, “We offer our students the opportunity to learn in a real-life environment, giving them an insight into industry. We work

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18 July 2019

University Campus North Lincolnshire on Target for September Opening

Ursula Lidbetter OBE, Chair of the Greater Lincolnshire LEP said, “The Greater Lincolnshire LEP is pleased to be supporting this new university campus for Scunthorpe, which has a specific focus on the SME sector and aims to stimulate innovative approaches to achieving employer investment in skills. “From building leadership networks to providing leadership qualifications from Level 3 through to Level 8, this project will have a tremendous impact on the

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16 July 2019

Sculpting a Successful Future

Places are still available to study an Art and Design course at North Lindsey College, contact Customer Service on 01724 281111.

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21 June 2019

Education Secretary confirms T Level roll-out from September 2020

The move signals a major step forward in Mr. Hinds’ 10-year ambition to overhaul technical education, and is further demonstration of the Government’s commitment to give more young people access to high-quality training opportunities so they can secure rewarding careers. T Levels will be high-quality technical alternatives to A Levels, combining classroom theory, practical learning and an industry placement – of at least 315 hours, or approximately 45 days – where

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