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10th Jun 2014

Event – End of term & Celebrating Success

Hereward’s last day of term and Celebrating Success ceremony will take place on Thursday 26th June 2014 Hereward’s Celebrating Success ceremony is the culmination of a year of hard work for all of our students, gathering together with staff to celebrate their achievements. This also signifies the end of term and the start of the…

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4th Jun 2014

Event – Shaping Future Services in Coventry

Hereward is hosting a shaping future services event on Thursday 19th June 2014 – 6-8pm For your chance to help develop ideas on how Special Educational Needs and Disability services are delivered in Coventry. See flyer for further information and contact details to book your place.

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21st May 2014

Hereward students aid African clinic build

Picture by and copyright to Jon Mullis/Coventry Observer 2014 Hereward College students have raised funds towards the construction of a new health clinic in Zimbabwe. Students at Hereward College in Tile Hill have raised £250 towards the construction of a new health clinic in Zimbabwe, part of the charitable Chengeta School Project. Inspiration struck after…

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19th May 2014

Local teenager organises cancer charity event

Jake Leonard is working hard to arrange his own event for CoppaFeel charity. A student at Hereward College in Tile Hill is arranging his own charity event after finding inspiration in a recent television documentary about a young cancer sufferer who chose to fight the disease by setting up her own charity. 17-year-old Jake Leonard…

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20th Mar 2014

Hereward College Students Honoured with Royal Award

The Peer Support Team at Hereward College have been sucessfully nominated for the nationally recognised Diana Award. They are among a select group of inspirational young people who have been honoured for their immense impact on society. The Peer Support Team is a group of volunteer students who first year students to make a successfull…

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20th Mar 2014

Businesses Visit Local Students to offer Careers Advice

Hereward College in Tile Hill opened their doors for a week of coffee mornings, inviting local businesses from in and around Coventry and Warwickshire to visit and offer advice to students about the world of work. In conjunction with National Careers Week, Hereward hosted companies from a wide variety of sectors, including self-employed, volunteer, sport…

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19th Mar 2014

Boost for Disability Sport in Tile Hill

Disability sport in Tile Hill is set to receive a welcome boost after Hereward College has received an £8226 award from Sport England to purchase new equipment. The money will be used to purchase six table tennis tables and eight specially equipped table tennis wheelchairs, which will open up opportunities for disabled people in the…

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19th Mar 2014

Back to Netball at Hereward College

Hereward College in Tile Hill will be hosting an initiative run by England Netball to get players back to netball. England Netball are encouraging women aged 16+ to make ‘Back to Netball’ their resolution for 2014. Back to Netball sessions are running nationwide and are ideal for ladies who have not taken to the court…

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13th Mar 2014

Hereward College aids transition to independence with robotic technology

Hereward College are moving ahead of the curve in assistive technologies, realising the potential of a robotic arm to enhance the mobility of those with limited upper body movement. The assistive robotic arm, or JacoTM, used in conjunction with powered wheelchairs, aids those with impaired upper limb functions to independently accomplish everyday tasks. Overcoming obstacles…

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21st Feb 2014

Hereward college gets an outstanding award

We are delighted to announce that Hereward College have been achieved an outstanding InspireEducation Employability Award! Hereward College is motivated to ensure its students have not only a great curriculum experience but also that they are also supported to develop the key skills needed for a successful transition into work. The college recognised that it…

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