1st Feb 2015

Hollywood comes to Hereward

Hereward media student Jordan Burns with Stephen Reynolds Director Stephen Reynolds has visited Hereward College. Coventry-born film maker Stephen Reynolds has visited Hereward College to discuss his latest directing project with the College’s media students. Stephen, who grew up in Stoke Heath, has had experience working with actors such as Danny Dyer, Robert R. Cross…

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17th Dec 2014

Hereward help the homeless

Foundation Pathway student Lauren Stokes Our students have been dedicating their time to helping a local homeless charity over the festive period. After being inspired by a documentary about those less fortunate, the students chose to support Coventry Open Christmas, a voluntary organisation providing shelter and food to the homeless who open their doors over…

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16th Dec 2014

Hereward Festive Greetings 2014

Merry Christmas from Hereward College! Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Hereward College! Click here for Hereward College’s eCard 2014 and ‘open’ the card!

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13th Dec 2014

Hereward kick-start student careers

Students Luke Glover, Mat Jarvis, Stefan King and Sophie Henderson seek advice from Remploy and Student Finance Hereward College in Tile Hill have hosted a careers event, aptly named ‘Thinking On’, to better equip its students and their parents with knowledge about the potential career paths available to them once completing college. The Thinking On…

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17th Nov 2014

Students become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors with help from Starbucks

The Peer Support Team celebrate their Anti-Bullying Ambassador success Students at Hereward College in Tile Hill have been celebrating after receiving a grant from Starbucks Youth Action to further enhance their peer-led anti-bullying scheme. The Peer Support Team (PST), a group of volunteer students who support Hereward’s first year cohort to make a successful transition…

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13th Sep 2014

Proud Supporters of ‘A Right not a Fight’

Hereward Proud supporters of the ‘A Right not a Fight campaign’ Hereward College are proud supporters of Natspec’s ‘A Right not a Fight’ campaign. Natspec are campaigning to see the Children and Families Act working in the best interests of young people and ensuring that local authorities listen to their views and wishes – but…

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21st Jul 2014

Hereward College receive over £40,000 to get more students active

Hereward student Matthew Arnold Students at Hereward College can look forward to better opportunities to get involved in sport thanks to £40,322 of National Lottery investment from Sport England’s Further Education Activation Fund. The college is one of 62 projects at further education and sixth form colleges across England to benefit from £4 million of…

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11th Jul 2014

Festival fever comes to Hereward

(Left-Right) Ryan Brown, Luke Somerville, Aron Emery, Ryan Arnold, Susan Oliver, Sophie Penny-Malpass College students have been celebrating the end of their academic year in style with an activity packed fortnight, aptly dubbed Hereward Festival. Hereward College, based in Tile Hill, celebrates the end of their summer term every year with a host of exhibitions,…

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30th Jun 2014

Camp Whizz-Kidz at Hereward College

Join in with Whizz-Kidz this December at their FREE residential Life Skills camp! Whizz-Kidz are running a fantastic FREE residential Life Skills Camp in December (20th – 22nd December 2014) for young people aged between 13 and 18 years giving you the opportunity to stay away from home for 2 nights and 3 days. There…

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24th Jun 2014

Working Together creates student internships

Asif Ali celebrates his summer position at National Grid More than 170 delegates from business, education and the government attended the Working Together conference, hosted by National Grid at their headquarters in Warwick, aimed at developing employment opportunities for students with visible and non-visible disabilities. Building on the success of last year’s EmployAbility partnership scheme,…

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