Date Posted: Aug 16, 2019
On the 20th August at 10am, New College Durham will be hosting a fun day for all Y11 students who have signed up to start in September.
On the day, there will be a number of FREE activities all students can take part in, including a climbing wall, archery and a synchronized light cone game called ‘Game of Cones’.
Prospective students will have the opportunity to talk to college staff about the courses plus they will have the opportunity to register with DurhamWorks who can support them with their transition to college.
This is the perfect opportunity for students to come along during the qui...Read More
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