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January 2021

26 January 2021

DN Colleges Group Reveals Findings of Recent Interim Ofsted Visit   

The College Group received a call from the Ofsted office in December to announce the Ofsted Interim Visit. An interim visit does not result in any evaluation or graded judgement of a college or change its current Ofsted inspection grade.    The findings on the report received back from Ofsted was positive and contained encouraging feedback with highlights including: ‘Leaders have placed a strong focus on developing a more flexible approach to

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22 January 2021

College Group Celebrates Best GCSE Resit Results Ever 

Despite even more challenging circumstances, the Group recorded 165 grades of 4+ across English and maths; with students now able to progress with their future careers and study aims at university, in employment or onto an apprenticeship.   Claire Vourgidis (Group Senior Leader of Mathematics for DN Colleges Group) said, “These results are credit to the hard work of our students and staff. Each of these grade 4s represents a life changing opportunity for our students. They have shown positivity

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19 January 2021

North Lindsey students become Peer Health Ambassadors 

The College was approached by the AoC to get involved in a student peer mentoring scheme to help support students with their mental health. It has been recognised that students may go to their friends or peers before seeking professional help and this programme will provide the six selected students with the knowledge to direct those in need to the right people and to also become Mental First Aiders.   The programme was open

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08 January 2021

College Staff and Students Challenged to go Around the World in 30 Days

Out of 64 colleges DN Colleges Group, which includes North Lindsey College and Doncaster College, managed to take 11th place and covered 3,708 miles as a team, accumulated by either walking, running or cycling. The target was set for colleges to compete in covering the equivalent of one lap around the world (46,975 miles) and was aimed at keeping staff and students active during the second lockdown, with all activities

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