Sara’s story: Remembering the changing face of business technology and student support – and a great staff social life! – at City College
Carole Williams was a staff member at City College Norwich from September 1985 to November 1998. She tells us about her memories of her time here and aspects of her role:
“CCN grew considerably in the time I
All of us have reasons to be grateful for the amazing dedication and skills of those working in the health and caring professions. It is an area of training that City College Norwich is proud to have been involved in
A tale of the current principal from her earlier working years as a plumbing lecturer to her current position as told by two students who interviewed Corrienne to find out all her memories.
Stuart Mackay came to City College Norwich in 1976 to complete an OND in Mechanical Engineering. His story spans 40 years, he’s been a high achiever, leading operations in Engineering world wide and has come full circle back to inspire future generations of engineers!
Starting at college, Rebecca Perry was just 16 years old and initially came to undertake her A Levels. She had an aptitude for education and certainly a passion which still remains with her today. She liked it so much at college that despite some brief interludes with other education providers and employers she hasn’t been able to leave us and is now a very successful Planning and Performance Programme Manager at the college.
Paul Ward and his colleague Ian Middleton arranged the first cultural exchange trip for Hospitality and Catering students at City College Norwich which became an annual event for a further 15 years. Students experienced life in France, a bit of a culture shock but there was the highlight of Champagne receptions at the Town Hall!
City College Norwich’s hairdressing course leader, Steve Bacon, has worked at City College Norwich for 29 years. He even studied hairdressing at the college in 1977! Steve tells us his story about his hairdressing and education career and how the
Former A Level student Josée Tisdale has had quite a journey with us, from being one of the first City Academy Norwich students to attend the college, representing students as Further Education officer, achieving her A Levels and going on to a degree in Special Educational Needs at the University of St Mark and St John Plymouth (‘Marjon’) – before coming back to the college as a CSS.