“I chose New College because you’re given the chance to be more independent and I like that you’re given constant feedback and progression checks in lessons. After College I plan to go to university to study either Biomedical Science or Neurology to become a Neurosurgeon.”

Enya AtiopouA Levels in Biology, Maths and Chemistry

“I like how Maths is so student-led. Teachers really listen to you and take your specific needs into consideration. I was part of the High Flyers Programme, which really opened my eyes to a world of possibilities beyond New College.”

Abigail BurnettA Levels Maths as part of his study programme

“New College has good facilities and teaching and outstanding careers and university advice. Taking part in the Physics and Maths Olympiad has helped develop my understanding of topics beyond the syllabus.” – Currently studying Medicine at University College London

Michael ChiuA Levels Maths as part of his study programme

“I like the opportunities that College has given me, from dance workshops, to trips, to meeting big-time choreographers and dance companies. I wanted a certain amount of independence when I left school and I knew New College would allow me to have that. I am going to Manchester College University to study commercial dance, jazz dance and circus arts.”

Keliesha MasonBTEC Dance Extended Diploma

“At New College you get a lot of opportunities to go on trips and experience things outside College, but also have workshops and guest speakers come in. The Dance Studios are very impressive with mirrors along the walls, spring flooring and set ballet barres. I plan to go to the Royal Academy of Dance to do Dance Education, which will allow me to teach Dance at degree level.”

Hattie DykeBTEC Dance Extended Diploma

“New College prepares you for the future. In Performing Arts we do mock auditions which get you ready for the world of work.”

Ines MartinsLevel 3 Performing Arts

“After New College, I trained at New York Film Academy and National Youth Film Academy. I am just finishing a UK tour of That Face by Polly Stenham and will be beginning a 6 month UK tour of Wind In The Willows.”  – Trained at New York Film Academy and National Youth Academy. Touring nationally with theatrical productions.

Jamie CarterLevel 3 Extended Diploma in Performing Arts

George Newnham studied BTEC Level 3 Performing arts at New College. He is currently in Australia working for a charity aiding medical research, using the confidence and people skills he gained on his course to help him with his work.

George NewnhamBTEC Level 3 Performing Arts

“I chose to study at New College because it had the right choice of courses for me, the lecturers were perfect, good social opportunities and all of the resources I was searching for. The Photography studio is brilliant. The Graphic Design Programmes and facilities worked amazing! The music studio was beyond useful, so inspiring. All of the facilities are fantastic and by using them, I have learnt so much.”

Daniel SheerinGraphic Design & Illustration ( A Level), Photography (AS Level), Digital Music Production (BTEC Level 3)

“It’s been a lifelong dream of mine to pursue my passion for Textiles. It had taken me too long to find the courage to pursue my dream, but I’m so pleased I did.” – After graduating, she went on to work in the film industry, creating costumes for the big screen

Sharon JenningsHND Textiles