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Welcome to the Northampton College blog, giving you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at life at Booth Lane, Lower Mounts and Daventry.

This blog features the thoughts of both staff and students, providing invaluable advice on student life as well as reporting on all that's happening on campus, whether that's the latest sports events, a fashion show or theatre performances.

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By Daniel Owens, PR and Comms Consultant on 29 November 2017

This time of year is awards season. From glitzy red carpet affairs in a swanky London theatre to a bit of fun at end-of-year office parties, it’s a time to celebrate success and look back on the hard work undertaken throughout the year.

Here at Northampton College it’s no different. Our annual awards ceremony is always a highlight of the curriculum calendar and this year was no exception.

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By Jason Lancaster, Vice Principal on 22 November 2017

We had some great news in the most recent edition of FE Week, the newspaper for the further education sector. Northampton College was rated joint second in its NICDEX, a ranking of all FE colleges in England. Here, we’re in pretty lofty company, with some of the very best UK colleges around us. The NICDEX uses UK data to rank colleges based on student and employer satisfaction as well as the proportion of younger and adult students who move on to good quality work or further study.

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By Nana Ameyaw, Level 3 Journalism and PR Student, on 10 November 2017

Today was my first experience of a Remembrance Day two minute silence.

It was really thoughtful and impressive to see my peers pay their respects.

Seeing students and staff with the poppy flower on their chests come together in the Courtyard was incredible. At the front our Public Services students saluted and marked in remembrance the lives that were lost during the war. I thought to myself this was really impressive and peaceful.

Beginning the process three students read a few words to the waiting crowd. One was read in Russian and the rest was English.

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