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Hadlow College is committed to ensuring the safety and well being of all our students, stakeholders and staff. Safeguarding not only includes child and vulnerable adult protection, but also encompasses aspects of health and safety, health and wellbeing and welfare.

Information for students

Hadlow College is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment in which to work and learn. Personal safety is also important when taking part in any kind of learning. Everyone has the right to be and feel safe. Your responsibilities are to respect other people's rights to safety.

If you think that you have been harmed or abused by another learner, member of staff or someone close to you such as a parent or carer, then you must tell someone you trust as soon as possible. This person could be a staff member, personal tutor or a member of the Safeguarding Team who has a responsibility for protecting learners.

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‘The Bigger Picture’: Horticulture and Landscape Conference Welcomes Industry Expert Speakers

Hadlow College welcomed a series of industry experts to speak at its annual Horticulture and Landscape Conference on the 2nd March, entitled ‘The Bigger Picture’, which covered a broad range of topics, touching upon such pertinent issues as the role of cutting-edge technology in commercial horticulture and post-Brexit food security.

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Meet Tyler Brabham, ABC Apprentice of the Month!

Posted on 18th April 2017 in Apprenticeships, Horticulture

Tyler Brabham, 20, studying for a Level 2 Apprenticeship in Greenkeeping from Lydd Golf Club is the worthy winner of the latest ABC apprentice of the month award.

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Events

Open Day at Mottingham (April)

Mottingham Campus

Event date 29th April 2017 at 10:00am
Events

Affiliated Dressage

Event date 30th April 2017 at 12:00am
Equine Management, Events