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: safeguarding@havering-sfc.ac.uk

All other Havering Campuses: safeguarding@havering-college.ac.uk

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

havering half marathon

Community spirit was in full force when students and staff got involved in the Havering Half Marathon on Sunday.

Organised by Havering Mind – a local mental health charity - the fun and friendly event with around 1,000 runners, brought all sections of the community together.

The College was one of the major sponsors of the race which started and finished on the field at Abbs Cross Academy, Hornchurch. Students from our Travel & Tourism and Public Services courses got involved by volunteering to help early in the morning with the runner registration desk.

Our team of runners were: Principal Paul Wakeling; his PA Debbie Venner; Public Services lecturer at Quarles campus, Mark Brooks; Sixth Form Creative Media and Games Development Subject Leader Stuart Phillips; and Health & Social Care lecturer at Ardleigh Green, Danielle Hooker. All five ran superbly and completed the race in better times than any of them expected!

Mark was first home in 1hr 28mins, next was Stuart in 1hr 51mins, then came Danielle in 2hrs 2mins, Paul was next in 2hrs 4mins and Debbie ran in 2hrs 23mins.

Paul said: “It was a great course to run – it took you through the streets of Havering but also through some of the lovely parks. I’m pleased with my time, this was my first half marathon and I was expecting to finish in around 2 and a half hours.”

Assistant Principal Sue Bannocks said: “We were delighted to be involved in this event and to support a charity which spearheads mental health and well-being, which impacts all age groups. There was a great community spirit and a lovely atmosphere with many people supporting and cheering on the runners. We were also proud of our fantastic students who were a huge help on the registration desks.

“We are looking forward to many more of our students helping to deliver future community projects, including an exciting new Christmas event at the Sensory Garden, adjacent to Harrow Lodge House, Hornchurch.”

The main sponsor of the Havering Half Marathon was The Chigwell Group. Other sponsors were: Aspen Waite, Conran and Partners, Crafty Arts, Cryo Wellness Clinic Brentwood, F Barnes Solicitors, First Base, Havering Triathlon Club, Hornchurch Round Table, JTP and Wates Residential. Other organisations who supported the event were: Everyone Active, Run Things, SV Sports Therapy and Time FM.

havering half marathon paul and danielle
havering half marathon tem
havering half marathon paul running

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