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Yellow Day

Around 30 level 2 and level 3 students were involved in Yellow Day, to support Loros raising £230.97.  This was organised through the Study Pus team recruiting helpers during Study Plus sessions. Students and staff were encouraged to wear yellow and   donate towards National Hospice Care Week. Ribbons were sold for those who wanted that extra splash of yellow alongside cakes. A competition was held to guess the number of sweets in the jar. The prize was won by a student who guessed the closest to 467 sweets.

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Privacy Policy Update

With the introduction of the General Data Policy Regulation (GDPR) on the 25th May 2018, the College has updated it's privacy policy to explain what data, what purpose and how the College uses your data. Please take this opportunity before continuing to read the latest version of the College's privacy policy;

 

  • If you are a current learner, a privacy policy that applies directly to how the College stores and uses your data can be found at the following link: privacy policy enrollee.
  • If you are an not a current learner and are thinking of becoming an applicant, a privacy policy that applies directly to how the College stores and uses the data you may supply can be found at the following link: privacy policy applicant.

 

Both privacy policies can be read at any time via links provided in the Other Key Policies section at bottom of the Policy Documents page.

'Pass it on' - A Lifesaving Campaign

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The College has a long standing commitment in support of the Rik Basra Leukaemia Campaign and continues to host donor recruitment drives and awareness events. 

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Regent Students attend International Space Olympics

Space Olympics

Held in Korolyov, Russia during October, Regent College two students, Bridgette Jones and Vladislavs Kurtenoks, were part of a 20-strong team of Leicester pupils to travel to Russia to take part in the XXI International Space Olympics.

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Regent students win film prize

The Leicester Apprenticeship Hub held a competition for students to make a video to promote apprenticeships to young people in Leicester. Brett Rogers and Furkan Aydin took on this challenge. They interviewed apprentices and employers at Regent College, Alcoa and UHL.

The videos were judged on creativity, the apprenticeship message, visual quality, relevance and the ability to inspire. The judging panel consisted of representatives of Leicester City Council and National Apprenticeship Service.

Brett & Furkan’s video was the overall winner and is now posted online.  Click here to view

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