Author Archive | Sue Midgley

Education Minister Visits Uxbridge College

During a recent visit Education Minister, Michelle Donelan MP, praised Uxbridge College’s “fantastic work”. She said: Further Education is a big priority for the government; that’s why we recently announced an additional £400 million for six forms and colleges next year. Uxbridge College is doing fantastic work to make sure more young people can gain the skills […]

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Junior Ogunyemi Honours Uxbridge College Students

Standout students from across Uxbridge College were honoured with awards from multi-award winning entrepreneur and author Junior Ogunyemi. The author of the revolutionary book How To Be A Student Entrepreneur gave an inspirational talk and presented awards at a glittering ceremony. Junior proved a hit with the audience with his presentation style and great motivational tips […]

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Uxbridge College GCSE Successes Are a Springboard to Further Study

Three friends celebrating excellent GCSE results at Uxbridge College are among those on their way to further study thanks to their achievements. Science students (left-right) Nazila Nadiri, Iqra Razzaq and Simranjit Kaur will all be returning to the college to study for A Levels and then plan to continue to university. Other students who completed Maths or English GCSEs […]

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Another Year of Excellent A Level Results for Uxbridge College Students

Top A Level achievements at Uxbridge College this year have included two students winning places at Cambridge University and another on his way to Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Staff and students are celebrating strong results and some fantastic individual performances, with 40% of students achieving A*-B and 74% A*-C. The overall pass rate grades […]

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Uxbridge College Students and one of their murals

Uxbridge College Students’ Murals Calm Dementia Patients at Hillingdon Hospital

Artistic Uxbridge College students have created two beautiful murals in an A & E cubicle for patients with dementia. The murals have been designed to be calming and reassuring to patients who may be confused and, therefore, difficult to treat. The two scenes – a countryside scene complete with forget-me-not flowers used to support dementia […]

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