Blog: Should You Walk or Run in the Rain to Stay Dry?

When rain hits we tend to dart towards the nearest sign of cover. But is it possible that you could stay drier by walking instead of running?

Colleges Receive Silver Award in New National Higher Education Ratings

Student’s Passion for the Environment Pays Off

Ben’s new found passion for the environment led him to enrol on the Level 3 Diploma in Countryside Management at North Notts College.

ESOL Students Complete Six Week Boxing Fitness Course

ESOL students at North Notts College have completed a six week course in Boxing Fitness delivered by Chris Boyle, Head Coach from Xbox Boxing Academy in Worksop.

The RNN Group celebrates a year of success with new We Are One brochure

It’s been a year since North Notts College merged with Rotherham College to create the RNN Group. To celebrate our progress and achievements, we have created We Are One, a brochure full of exciting stories about what we have been up to in the past year.

Local Fundraiser goes to Buckingham Palace for Garden Party

James Clarke, Admissions Administrator at North Notts College, attended the Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on the 16th May after receiving the royal invitation in acknowledgement of his charity work.

Blog: Designer Genes

In a world where the media commenting on the latest celebrity to undergo cosmetic surgery is trending across social media platforms every other day and selling a t-Shirt with a hidden designer label for £50 is not considered as unreasonable (preach Macklemore), I think it’s fair to say that as a race we’re pretty obsessed with our appearances.

Football match between Worksop and Dinnington students

On Wednesday 26th April, students from Rotherham College’s Dinnington Campus and North Notts College played their first friendly match of the year at Dinnington High School. After a fantastic match with students from the different sites chatting and joking around, North Notts College won the game 6-1.

Local Charity Fundraiser receives Royal Invitation

James Clarke, Admissions Administrator at North Notts College, was surprised and overjoyed to receive an invitation to the Queen’s Tea Party at Buckingham Palace on the 16th May.

Blog: What’s your name again?

Is it possible that eventually everyone in the world will share the same surname?

Counselling Visit

On Thursday 20th October students studying the Level 4 Diploma in Counselling Practice were visited by the Counselling Service Co-ordinator at Queen Elizabeth High School, Diane Hall.