2016 was a year of celebration of all that City College Norwich has meant to students, staff and the wider community over the last 125 years. We’ve loved hearing your stories and memories. Here’s a brief look back at our
Mohd Adnan Mohd Nor (Adi) was an international student at City College Norwich from 1973-75. He studied for an Ordinary National Diploma in Building. He has lots of great memories from his time at college and not all of them educational!
Dennis, Colin and Saul all studied various elements of Construction at City College Norwich. They share a selection of their memories from the 70’s and 80’s and snippets of their lives after college.
City College Norwich has always worked very closely with the local business community in order to meet the skills needed for the local economy. However it was not until 1936, some 35 years into our history, that the subject of business itself become firmly established as a key part of the curriculum. It has remained so ever since. Here are a few highlights from the last 90 years of business and retail at CCN.
Full circle for James, he started studying at City College in 1967 to complete his Apprentice training and then ended up back at the college in 2002 as an NVQ instructor!
A selection of memories from construction students who were at the college in the 60’s, 70’s through to the 80’s and 90’s.
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
Simon’s sport education at City College Norwich gave him the stepping stone he needed to achieve a First Class Honours in Sport and Exercise Science at University. He talks of inspirational staff and making great friends….
Sports have always been an active part of college life but it is only the last 30 years with changes in social attitudes to health and leisure that Sport has become a mainstream curriculum.