Author Archive | Sue Midgley

Project For Young People With Learning Difficulties And Disabilities

Uxbridge College is working with Barnet & Southgate College to deliver a project to residents of West London boroughs. GOLDD Project – Great Opportunities : Learning Difficulties and Disabilities – is funded by the European Union Social Fund to support young people aged 16-24 who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) and who have a […]

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Hillingdon Council in Partnership with Uxbridge College

Working in partnership with Uxbridge College Hillingdon Council welcomed four new apprentices to their Repairs team on Monday October 17th. These students are the first of many who will be taking up the council’s offer of employment and learning over the coming years. Jason Clark, Elmi Lluigiqi, Bradley Ranger and Alfie Wilson all come from Hillingdon. They will […]

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Uxbridge College Students Take Part in the Google Expeditions Pioneer Programme

Uxbridge College students recently used innovative cardboard headsets and mobile ‘phones to take part in virtual field trips thanks to the Google Expeditions Pioneer Programme. Expeditions is a new product which uses cardboard viewers and collections of virtual reality panoramas – 360° photo spheres, 3D images and video as well as ambient sounds – to […]

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New Secondary Schools For Hillingdon

It has been estimated that there will be a lack of Secondary places for children in the Borough by 2018. This must cause concern for parents of pupils currently in local Junior Schools. Residents may have recently read in the local paper about the Bishop Ramsey Academy Trust’s successful bid to build the Bishop Arden […]

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