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    New Principal for Barnsley Sixth Form College

    Apr 20, 2018 / Sector News

    Barnsley Sixth Form College has announced the appointment of Denise Jelly as its new Principal. Denise replaces Liz Leek, who has taken up the position of Vice Principal for Curriculum at Barnsley College. Denise was previously Head of Faculty for Sixth Form, GCSEs and International at Nottingham College. She has also worked as...

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    Degree apprenticeships are set to open the door to careers in everything from nursing to construction and food manufacturing, thanks to a multi-million pound fund. Universities and colleges across England have been awarded a total of £4.5 million to develop new degree apprenticeships for students starting in September 2017. Working in partnership...

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