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Performing and Production Digital Arts Facility gets the go ahead at North Kent College

North Kent College (@NKCollege1) welcomed the news that funding from the government’s Getting Building Fund (GBF) was approved for six more projects in the county late last year. Among the projects approved was North Kent College’s ‘Performing and Production Digital Arts Facility’ at their Oakfield Lane campus in Dartford, Kent.

North Kent College students have “stars” in their eyes as they receive outstanding results

North Kent College’s (@NKCollege1) Computing students certainly had something to shout about after the highest amount ever in the history of the College achieved Distinction* (star). Distinction* is the top-grade that can be gained at a Level 3.

North Kent College delighted to welcome staff and students from Hadlow and West Kent Colleges

Thomson Snell & Passmore (@PragmaticLawyer) advises North Kent College (@NKCollege1) on its acquisition of Hadlow College  Leading South East Law firm, Thomson Snell & Passmore, has advised North Kent College (NKC) on its acquisition of the education related assets of Hadlow College. In a complex education administration transaction involving a number of different parties, Hadlow College, including Princess Christian Farm and the equestrian centre in Greenwich, and the Tonbridge campus of West Kent and Ashford College (WKAC) have been transferred to NKC, including all students and the education-related facilities of the two colleges.

North Kent College traveling the distance to raise money for those in need

Over the last few years some @NKCollege1 students have been sponsored to travel to Cape Town, Africa with Mellon Educate to help with the construction of a new school. However, this year will be a little different due to Covid-19, our staff and students are unable to attend and with this in mind we had to find another way of supporting this great cause.

North Kent College produces essential PPE equipment to help protect key workers!

@NKCollege1 have begun the production of vital #PPE equipment, face visors, for local #NHS Trusts during the Covid-19 outbreak  The College put out an appeal to employers who they have working with to see if they could either source materials or donate supplies and the response has been outstanding. PPE is in high demand worldwide and ensures the protection of our key workers whilst we tackle the fight against COVID-19. Many schools, colleges and places of work are coming together to manufacture the equipment and North Kent College are no exception!  Within one day the College received over 10,000 cable ties which were delivered to the Gravesend Campus by AES Smart Metering and H&Askhams Ltd. In addition, Tesco’s Sidcup branch ordered and donated £1,000 worth of PVC. 

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