Accessibility Tools

ALERT : Change to May Half-Term dates: Half-term for students will start on Thursday 21st May 2020, online teaching will start again on Monday 1st June 2020. This is because your teachers are working on calculated grades

Note: You will have seen in the news that some schools/colleges are preparing for students to return on 1st June. This is not the case for us. Please continue with your learning at home until you hear otherwise.

Ardleigh Green Campus is open – only for those students that have been identified as needing to attend. All other Havering Campuses remain closed.

For New City College Hope Fund please click here

Current students – please click here for important information about how we are continuing to support you with your learning.

Year 11 students planning to join us in September, please click here

Higher Education Students - Covid-19 details click here and for information about guidance and clarification click here

Sign up to here to receive our monthly e-Newsletter.

For Safeguarding concerns or access to counselling services, please email:

Sixth Form Students/Parents:

All other Havering Campuses:

For further information for Parents please click here


news 240

Free-Online-Learning-Courses Advanced-Learner-Loans-5 Havering-College-Achievement-Rates-2015
Distance-Learning-slider-580x240 Apply-Now-Future-2019-slider Apprenticeships-CFA-Slider-min Higher-Education-2019-slider Alumni-slider

Liberate your Style Aspiring fashion designer, Chloe Clay, 17 from Romford has been named a finalist in a prestigious fashion design competition, which has attracted global attention.

She is one of the entrants who have been shortlisted to create and showcase their unique designs at The Liberty Shopping Centre Catwalk Show in Romford on Friday 27th May 2016.

Chloe Clay, currently a student, at Havering College, took inspiration for her design from Vogue’s 2016 fashion reports. Chloe’s design incorporates luxurious glamour with floral feminine features creating the perfect romantic ensemble.

Chloe said: “I would never have thought that I would be a finalist at this years fashion show, I can’t wait to see my design brought to life.”

Now in its seventh year, the competition - run by The Liberty Shopping Centre in conjunction with iconic high street brand M&S - has received a record number of entries with designs flooding in from as far afield as Turkey, Japan and Australia.

Finalists in the competition, who range from budding students through to established designers, were tasked with designing an innovative women’s or menswear garment, which reflects what ‘style’ means to them, and creating a Pinterest mood board outlining their concept.

Following the catwalk show, one lucky finalist will be crowned The Liberty Fashion Designer of the year 2016 and will win a £1,000 injection into starting up a business or furthering their design career, which can go towards marketing, purchasing equipment or fabrics, hiring models for shows or attending key fashion events. They will also receive a trophy, plus expert business advice from M&S.

Following its popularity last year, the ‘People’s Choice Award’ will also return for a second year, the winner of which will receive a trophy, £100 gift card for The Liberty and a pair of Gold tickets to London Fashion Weekend in September.

Centre Manager, Jonathan Poole said: “Each year The Liberty Fashion Design Competition gets bigger and bigger and primary stage is increasingly competitive. This year has been no exception, with the quality of entries being the highest we’ve ever seen. Each concept demonstrates creative and innovative interpretations of style – it’s going to be quite a show!”

The catwalk show marks the start of the stylish shopping centre’s Fashion Show Weekend, which takes place on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May 2016 and will showcase the latest arrivals and seasonal collections from the centre’s hottest retailers.

Visit Chloe’s blog and vote for her at

Contact the News Editor

Please tell us your name
Please enter a valid email address
Invalid Input
Please enter a message
Please confirm
Invalid Input

Ofsted 2016 Report