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June 2021

30 June 2021

North Lindsey College launch Activ8 provision.

Curriculum Leader Caroline Hawkins explains that “Covid-19 meant that we had more of a soft launch in October but now restrictions are easing we are looking forward to welcoming more young people to this exciting provision”. Activ8 aims to prevent social isolation for young people with disabilities, this allows them to remain in a familiar setting with known staff and maintain friendship groups. The provision runs throughout the year (including

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23 June 2021

UCNL Charity Skydive Raises a Staggering £8,170 for Charity 

The adrenaline-fuelled experience was initially planned for January 2021 but due to Covid restrictions the anticipated skydive had to be put on hold. The skydive eventually took place at Skydive Hibaldstow in May which took many months of preparation and planning.   Despite the various setbacks, the weather couldn’t have been more perfect on the day for the dare devil group and the tandem skydive enabled the brave staff and students

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22 June 2021

Football Focus for Construction Students in their Latest Renovation  Project 

Majority of the work was carried out on the interior of the building which is currently used as a football club for young children to deliver football sessions and training. Students had the opportunity to work on the changing facilities, kitchen, external metal doors, door trims and some external paintwork and stencilling to spruce up the jaded facilities.  This is the second football focused project that the construction department have had the opportunity to work on after previously being involved in a project at Appleby Frodingham Junior Football Club.   Mark Hornsby (Curriculum Leader at

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15 June 2021

OddBalls Raise Awareness of Testicular Cancer

Set-up in 2014, the Newcastle based charity visited the College to deliver several awareness building sessions to our students to help them identify the early stages of testicular cancer and encourage them to seek treatment.   Over 2300 people are diagnosed with testicular cancer every year. If diagnosed and treated early over 98-99% of cases are cured.   Zoe Whitehead a medical student at The University of Sheffield delivered the sessions. She

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