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If you want to improve skills for personal progression, whether it be accessing the next level of course to study a particular subject or developing your independent living skills, you've applied to study at the right place and we can't wait to meet you!
Our Entry Level and Level 1 courses offer students vocational and employability opportunities to progress within a college setting and/or the workplace. With a variety of pathways to suit individual student needs, including outstanding study opportunities for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Our vocational offer, life skills courses and supported internship programme are designed to develop students' personal and social development skills alongside working towards gaining valuable employability and study skills for future progression.
Teachers of learners who have high needs, who are on foundation programmes, adapt the provision carefully in to smaller, achievable chunks so learners develop - step by step - their knowledge and skills to live independent lives.
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Foundation Studies Summer Work
To help you transition into college life we've set a number of tasks for you to complete over the summer.
Entry Level 3 Pathway
Weekly Summer Tasks for E3 & Level 1
Week 1 - 11th July Is my favourite snack healthy for me?
Week 2 - 18th July My Fitness Diary
Week 3 - 25th July Maths Hero
Week 4 - 1st August Punctuation Practice
Week 7 - 22nd Aunugust Summer Holidays are Fun
In the meantime, if you have a question about your summer work or a query about the course, you can get in touch with the Department Administrator, Sib Clarke, by emailing email@example.com
NSCG offers supported internships to help students aged 16-25 with a disability take a step into paid employment. Supported internships are structured study programmes intended to enable young people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities to achieve sustainable, paid employment by equipping them with the skills they need for work through learning in the workplace.
NEW STARTERS FACEBOOK GROUP
Take some time to get to know us really well. You will find our latest news, events and updates by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you are on Facebook please be sure to join our new Facebook groups ‘NSCG Stafford College Starters 2022’ where you can virtually join a community of learners who will also be joining NSCG in September, some of whom may be on the same course as you.
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Raising money for charity
Our amazing Supported Internship students in our Foundation Studies department have been busy fundraising for Katharine House Hospice, Stafford as part of their 'Running an Event' unit at college.
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Care in the Community
NSCG Foundation Studies hand painted over 1000 recycled plastic bottles for a Remembrance Service installation displayed outside the College in November 2018.
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Our students recently hosted a fantastic Jubilee Afternoon Tea for guests at our Riverbank Restaurant. Students greeted guests, as well as serving tasty sandwiches and cakes, creating a Jubilee themed quiz for those in attendance and gifts to sell.
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Excelling in and out of the classroom
Student, Cameron Sargent is not only excelling in his studies but also on the ice-rink where he competes internationally as a champion figure skater, his most notable achievement winning Silver in the Special Olympics.
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