New College Worcester (NCW), Whittington Road, Worcester, WR5 2JX
01905 763933



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    Year 5 Taster Weekend

    Saturday 7th - Sunday 8th March 2015

    The Year 5 taster weekend is for young people currently in Year 5 who are interested in considering a place at NCW when they move into Year 7.

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    GCSE Revision Course

    Wednesday 25th - Saturday 28th March 2015

    The aim of this course is to support students with a visual impairment, in Years 10 and 11 with preparation for their GCSE examinations in Maths, English and Science. A range of topics will be covered, with particular emphasis on the areas which cause specific issues for visually impaired students.

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    Outreach Open Day

    Wednesday 22nd April 2015
    Wednesday 24th June 2015

    These informal days will give you a taste of how we teach visually impaired students, the opportunity to meet subject teachers, and offers practical support and advice on specific curriculum areas of your choice such as Maths, PE, Music, Science, Braille etc.

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    Family Day

    Monday 4th May 2015

    Family Day is a fun and exciting day for any family who has a child with a visual impairment. The day offers a range of activities for all ages and parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters are all welcome!

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    UEB Braille Literacy Workshop

    Thursday 21st May 2015

    This 1 day workshop will outline the changes in the Braille code, offer an introduction to the technical code and explore strategies in how to support a student that is moving from SEB to UEB.

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    Preparing Students for Exams

    Friday 27th February 2015
    Wednesday 24th June 2015

    Focusing on A-Level and GCSE level study, this event will explore a range of ways that education professionals can support visually impaired students to prepare for their exams.

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