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Black Lives Matter - Our Conversation

We opened up an important conversation this month. An online group of students and staff, chaired by our MP for Slough, Tan Dhesi, came forward to discuss and debate what Black Lives Matter means to them, what it has taught them and the role the College has to play and what it can do over the next academic year. Commenting on the importance of creating the Black Lives Matter conversation, Principal and CEO Kate Webb said: “We want to create lasting change. As proud as we are of our track record we recognise this needs to be an ongoing conversation in order to sustain effective and meaningful change. Our thanks therefore to Irma Richardson who wrote to me and inspired us to provide and facilitate a safe space for this discussion and debate.” Setting the scene chair Tan Dhesi commented on the need to counter discrimination and prejudice, saying: “It is important... Read more

Our Virtual Doors are still Open!

Missed out on joining us for our recent series of virtual events? Don’t worry – you can still explore all of our colleges, watch all the videos and presentations here. For each of our colleges, Langley, Strode’s and Windsor, you’ll find a selection of presentations, tours and subject area videos introducing you to the colleges and the courses on offer. To help prospective students prepare for starting in September we have also created a useful directory of Year 11 resources. Take a look at the courses you are interested in or have already applied for to discover more and explore the subject/s in more depth. Langley College – Summer Work and Resources Strode’s College – Summer Work and Resources Windsor College – Summer Work and Resources Read more

Strode’s College student still on target to achieve DofE Gold, despite lockdown

The entire country being put on lockdown has not held back Strode’s College student Tara Alkattan in her bid to achieving the Duke of Edinburg (DofE) Gold Award. While staying safe at home Tara’s commitment and determination to continue the highly regarded programme has seen her successfully continue with all three skills elements of the Award. Impressively, she is still on schedule to complete the programme by the end of the academic year. The five sections of the Gold DofE Award are volunteering, physical, skills, an expedition and a residential. With the aid of both her imagination and technology Tara has successfully continued the three skills element of the programme which are online Arabic lessons for children (volunteering), online personal training sessions (physical) and online piano lessons (skills). Commenting on her achievement Lawrence Chitty, DofE Co-ordinator at the College said: “Right from the outset Tara has been singularly determined to successfully achieve... Read more

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