New College News

IT Help when working from home
by NCLT IT Services, Tue, 24 Mar 2020 08:48

If you have any questions about working from home, please visit the FAQ page we have set up for staff and students – https://nclt.ac.uk/it-faqs/

 

If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, please feel free to log a support ticket via the contact details listed on the FAQ page.

Mental Health Support during the College Closure
by Portal Admin, Tue, 24 Mar 2020 08:46

De-stress for Test & Exam Success
by Portal Admin, Wed, 11 Mar 2020 10:24

Revision Countdown
by Bev O'Sullivan, Tue, 25 Feb 2020 11:50

Welcome back to this new half term. We hope everyone had an excellent half term holiday.

We are now in the final 10 college week revision period for Y13 A level students and the last push for BTEC students to ensure you get the best possible outcome for your qualification. It’s time to get organised so that you can approach this final stage of your New College journey with confidence. You will be receiving lots of advice about how to study effectively to ensure you are both successful and calm in this time-use this well and share any concerns with your tutors and teachers. Together, we can make this a really successful year. Good luck.

 

Applying to University
by NCLT IT Services, Mon, 24 Feb 2020 10:49

Cabaret
by Gary Lee, Tue, 04 Feb 2020 15:44

Teens for Tomorrow
by Gary Lee, Thu, 16 Jan 2020 09:45

CERTIFICATES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19
by Gary Lee, Mon, 13 Jan 2020 09:30

CERTIFICATES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19

 

 

Certificates will be available in January 2020 for qualifications achieved in the previous academic year of 2018-19 (November to June).  It is your responsibility to collect these.

 

Students who are still on roll in college should visit the Exams Office or collect them via the Certificate Distribution Day in January 2020 (Date to be confirmed).

 

Former students may collect (photo ID required) their certificates from College Reception.  We will put information on the New College website when they are available for collection.

 

It is important that you keep your certificates in a safe place, as you should be aware that if you lose them or require duplicates, each Exam Board charges a fee.  Not all Exam Boards issue replacement certificates and may only provide a letter confirming your marks/grades or certifying statement of results. New College does not keep copies of your certificates.

 

Nominating Someone Else To Collect Your Certificates

You are required to sign to confirm that you have received your certificates and that they are correct. If you are unable to collect them, you will need to give authority for someone else to collect and check them on your behalf. This may be a letter addressed to the Exams Office or an email to exams@nclt.ac.uk.  The letter/email should state your Student ID number, full name, date of birth, the subjects/levels achieved, contact number and the name of person who will collect them.  The person collecting them must show some form of self-identification (photo ID).

 

Posting Certificates

College can send your certificates via recorded delivery as a last resort.  To do so, send a letter to the Exams Office at New College or email exams@nclt.ac.uk with the following details: your student ID number, full name, date of birth, address, contact number.

You should send a cheque made payable to “NCLT” for the appropriate amount to cover postage and administration (£5 UK, £8 Europe, £10 rest of world – all non-refundable) or pay by card via phone on 01977 702139 (ask for finance).

 

Uncollected Certificates

We strongly advise all students to collect their certificates, as we are only required to keep certificates for twelve months from issue.  Certificates will remain in college only until that time.  Certificates would then have to be replaced/re-issued by a student’s direct application to the applicable Exam Boards at a substantial fee (approximately £43.00 each).

 

Replacing Lost Certificates

If you lose an examination certificate and need to replace it, Exam Boards have information on how to do this on their websites. In some cases they will provide a certifying statement rather than a certificate, but in either case a fee is payable to provide the replacement.

Happy New Year and welcome back to College at the start of the new decade.  
by Vicky Marks, Fri, 10 Jan 2020 11:46

For those of you in Year 13, I’m sure you need little incentive as your A levels and final course deadlines are now looming – less than 6 months away. The Mock Exams, however, provide an opportunity to both calibrate yourselves and, hopefully with your excellent results, give your confidence a timely boost.
For those of you in your first year of College, what I’m sure the Year 13 students would (strongly) suggest to you is that this year is equally as important as the next. The more effort you put in this year, the more able you will find yourselves to both manage the pressures of academic life and achieve your goals.
Finally for now, there are some incredible things going on outside of lessons. Well done to all of you who are getting involved in debating, sport, performing arts, charity events, peer mentoring and many other forms of enrichment. Your time at College will fly by, so get involved!
 
Have a great term.
Vicky Marks
Acting Principal

CERTIFICATES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19
by Gary Lee, Tue, 07 Jan 2020 09:37

CERTIFICATES FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19

 

 

Certificates will be available in January 2020 for qualifications achieved in the previous academic year of 2018-19 (November to June).  It is your responsibility to collect these.

 

Students who are still on roll in college should visit the Exams Office or collect them via the Certificate Distribution Day in January 2020 (Date to be confirmed).

 

Former students may collect (photo ID required) their certificates from College Reception.  We will put information on the New College website when they are available for collection.

 

It is important that you keep your certificates in a safe place, as you should be aware that if you lose them or require duplicates, each Exam Board charges a fee.  Not all Exam Boards issue replacement certificates and may only provide a letter confirming your marks/grades or certifying statement of results. New College does not keep copies of your certificates.

 

Nominating Someone Else To Collect Your Certificates

You are required to sign to confirm that you have received your certificates and that they are correct. If you are unable to collect them, you will need to give authority for someone else to collect and check them on your behalf. This may be a letter addressed to the Exams Office or an email to exams@nclt.ac.uk.  The letter/email should state your Student ID number, full name, date of birth, the subjects/levels achieved, contact number and the name of person who will collect them.  The person collecting them must show some form of self-identification (photo ID).

 

Posting Certificates

College can send your certificates via recorded delivery as a last resort.  To do so, send a letter to the Exams Office at New College or email exams@nclt.ac.uk with the following details: your student ID number, full name, date of birth, address, contact number.

You should send a cheque made payable to “NCLT” for the appropriate amount to cover postage and administration (£5 UK, £8 Europe, £10 rest of world – all non-refundable) or pay by card via phone on 01977 702139 (ask for finance).

 

Uncollected Certificates

We strongly advise all students to collect their certificates, as we are only required to keep certificates for twelve months from issue.  Certificates will remain in college only until that time.  Certificates would then have to be replaced/re-issued by a student’s direct application to the applicable Exam Boards at a substantial fee (approximately £43.00 each).

 

Replacing Lost Certificates

If you lose an examination certificate and need to replace it, Exam Boards have information on how to do this on their websites. In some cases they will provide a certifying statement rather than a certificate, but in either case a fee is payable to provide the replacement.