Students celebrate diversity at college conference
We were delighted to host our annual diversity conference again last week in the New Theatre.
Gareth Gates opens Performing Arts academy at college
Pop Idol runner-up and West End star Gareth Gates took to the Huddersfield New College stage on Thursday to mark the launch of a new Gareth Gates Academy at the college.
Design students win top Rotary Club prize
Congratulations are in order for Design students Joe Brook, Jenny O’Sullivan, Sally Ratcliffe and Ricky Patel, who have won the top prize in the Huddersfield Rotary Club’s Technology Tournament.
Students put the fun into HDSSG fundraising
Just before half term students and staff got together to raise money for a local charity through a day of fundraising events.
Gareth Gates opens new Gates Academy at HNC
Gareth Gates is thrilled to announce the opening of another Yorkshire based Gates Academy in Huddersfield!
Sports students promote good nutrition
Students on the college’s BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science were among the special guests at Colne Valley High School on Tuesday 18th February.
Business students learn about retail marketing
Our BTEC Level 2 and 3 Business students had an external speaker from Asda visit them in the Business department on Friday 7th February 2014.
Oh yes they did! Primary panto performance praised
Christmas might have gone, but panto season was in full swing at Huddersfield New College as students from Reinwood and Moorlands packed into the Boilerhouse theatre for a specially-written show.
Love Your Libraries week competition winners announced
Saturday 8 February 2014 is National Libraries Day. A day where across the country events are held to promote, share and celebrate the work of libraries big and small, public and academic, in schools, colleges, universities and towns.
HNCSU ramps up the red for charity
Huddersfield New College’s Student Union kicked off 2014′s fundraising in the dining room in support of the British Heart Foundation’s Ramp up the Red campaign, raising £216.80.