Student Satisfaction Survey

As part of our commitment to our students and to ensure we continue to meet the high standards expected of us, we are now conducting the second of our two annual Student Satisfaction Surveys.

Please could you take a few minutes to answer some questions about your course. You will need your Student ID to log in.

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    Dog Show
    by Sian Ellis - Monday, 30 March 2015, 5:00 PM

    Newbury College will be holding an Open Event on Saturday 16 May, 10am-1pm. As part of the event, current students on the Animal Care course will be running a charity Dog Show raising money for Dogs Trust and RSPCA. Students are looking for Newbury's best dogs to take part.

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    Shaun Daubney
    Football Tournament Survey
    by Shaun Daubney - Monday, 30 March 2015, 4:37 PM

    Please help Tave and his classmates by taking this short survey for their Skills Project.

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    Newbury's Got Talent!
    by Sian Ellis - Monday, 30 March 2015, 12:09 PM

    Year 1, Level 3 Public Services are hosting a Talent Show to raise money for Cancer Research UK as part of their Skills Project! We are encouraging as many people as possible to take part and show off as many talents as possible! Sign up will be £2 per entry (all money going to charity!) and will...

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    Summer party!
    by Sian Ellis - Friday, 27 March 2015, 10:02 AM

    We are looking to hold a summer party to celebrate the end of the year and say goodbye to those who are leaving for work, university or further study. We need students to form part of a committee to organise this event. Kat Haley, Year 2 Level 3 Business is looking for volunteers to support her. If you are interested, please come and speak to Sian Ellis in Room 111 for details.

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    Technology gives students augmented glimpse of Eclipse
    by Shaun Daubney - Friday, 20 March 2015, 10:09 AM

    Child Care students using smartphone app to see eclipse

    When thick cloud cover obscured the highly anticipated solar eclipse on Friday 20 March 2015, students turned to technology to get a rare glimpse of the astronomical phenomenon. The 85% partial eclipse promised to plunge West Berkshire into semi-darkness but weather conditions on the morning meant many were left disappointed.

    Students did however get to see the event via an augmented reality app which uses GPS coordinates to precisely line up stars, planets and other celestial bodies in real time.