Articles from CONEL

Jeffrey Boateng: from CONEL student to full-time staff member

Progressing onto our two-year Level 3 Sports course in September 2013, Jeffrey had already secured himself a work placement role in the college’s sports centre in Enfield which he maintained throughout his Level 2 and 3 courses. Jeffrey said, “The courses were challenging at first because I was advancing from a GCSE level of PE to BTEC level, which needed more thinking and research. Later on, everything started to be clear and I enjoyed everything I learnt.

CONEL student and Buddhist Monk brings tranquillity to Staff Learning Day

In October, Reverend Ragama Sugathananda, a CONEL student and Buddhist Monk, delivered three mediation sessions at our Tottenham Centre’s Staff Learning Day.

From ESOL to Engineering - International student An Van Pham

As an international student, An has made the most of his time at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL). In his first year at CONEL, An completed an ESOL course to improve his English skills and even won an award for his achievements. Now studying Engineering Level 2 plus a Maths GCSE, An’s week is jam-packed. Despite being busy, he loves his time in college and An knows that he can go to his teachers at any point if anything becomes too much for him.

From a childhood dream to university, with CONEL

Level Three Music Student Lisa Farrell-Tonge has had a passion for music from an early age and started at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) on a Level One Music course after her GCSEs. Working consistently hard, Lisa has progressed through the levels with expert support and guidance from her tutors and her next step is studying music at the University of Hertfordshire.

Developing skills to earn a decent living - Overcoming sexual abuse

Fundraising for Sri Lanka - ‘20 looms for 20 girls’