Waltham Forest College, lived up to their reputation as the number one college in London for learner satisfaction on the FE Week NICEDX league table, by delivering an exciting two-day freshers’ event for new students joining the College.

Approximately 1000+ students, both young and adult learners, were in attendance exploring great deals, fun activities, memberships, freebies and services on offer at the College and within the wider community.

Exhibitors included Krispy Crème, Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre, NCS Challenge, The Blair Academy Dance Group, Pizza Hut, Nationwide, London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC), Hope Not Hate, Young People Sexual Health Clinic and more.

The event featured a number of exciting perks such as fuse table and kick-up challenges, pizza slices and doughnut give-a-always, drumming have-a-go sessions and a free re-usable WFC water bottle for every student.

The College prides itself on enhancing the student experience for all learners as reflected in their most recent summer campaign – Think College Think Experience that attracted students from boroughs all across London.

Director of Learner Services, Marketing and Communication, Amir Ahmed said: “There can be so much more to student life than studying. At Waltham Forest College we invest in the student experience as well as academic success.

“The sheer scale of student-run, student-led activities that are available, is designed to give our learners every opportunity to try something new, discover new passions and create their futures.”

The College will be welcoming more prospective learners at the up-coming Open Event on Wednesday 6th November 2019, 4.30pm – 7pm. 

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