The recent publication of the UK government’s much-vaunted Industrial Strategy Green Paper, setting out plans to adapt the economy for a post-Brexit era, sees a welcome focus on overhauling technical education – with a pledge to help young people develop the skills for the high-paid, high-skilled jobs of the future.
The Hadlow Group is delighted to announce that it was named Top Public Sector Company at The Institute for Turnaround Awards, held on 24th November at London’s Landmark Hotel.
As part of The Hadlow Group’s continuing commitment to delivering first class training and education across Kent, it has begun a joint venture with Rosemary Shrager’s Cookery School in The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells.
Hadlow College Farm Shop will soon be moving from its current premises on the A26 to a new location, only a stone’s throw away, on Ashes Lane.
Our students at Princess Christian’s Farm held a fundraising event to raise money for Toilet Twinning, a scheme which funds the work of leading relief charity Tearfund and their global partners to provide people in the poorest communities on the planet with a decent toilet, clean water and hygiene education.
GCSE English – 10am to 2pm Thursday 11th August GCSE Maths – 9.30 to 2 pm Thursday 25 August
The award-winning grooming salon at Hadlow College is looking for certain breeds of dogs to enable our students, under expert guidance from some of the UK's top groomers, to hone their skills and groom them to breed standards.
The Hadlow Group had a hugely successful three days at the Kent County Show this year. The main marquee had a countryside and sustainability theme, with a host of exciting stands and interactive activities on offer.
We are delighted to announce that Hadlow College featured in the Top 100 Index at the National Centre for Diversity’s Grand Awards. The Top 100 Index highlights the very best of the UK across 600 organisations.
Once again, Hadlow College – together with Brachers LLP – is sponsoring the ‘Land-Based Business of the Year’ category in the Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA).
On 25th November 2014, Hadlow College – together with Brachers, Smiths Gore and UK Export Finance – hosted the first South-East Food and Agriculture breakfast event.
This winter, in association with the local British and International Golf Greenkeepers’ Association (BIGGA) section, is offering free evening classes on a range of current topics.
Students returning to Hadlow College this September will notice some developments and improvements to their Learning Resource Centre (LRC), reflecting a more general move towards library services where hard copy and electronic resources have an equal place.
Twenty-six students from Princess Christian’s Farm (PCF) successfully completed the Reading Agency’s six book challenge and were awarded certificates by Steve Brown, London 2012 Paralympic GB Wheelchair Rugby Captain
Hadlow College, at last night’s Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA), won the Business Commitment to the Environment award in recognition of the work it does in sustainability.
From September 2014, Hadlow College will be partnering with Charlton Athletic Community Trust to deliver a post-16 Football Academy programme at their campus near Tonbridge, Kent.
Second year degree students at Hadlow College will soon be starting their dissertation research into a range of exciting subjects across all curriculum areas.
Hadlow College has been confirmed as a finalist in the Business Commitment to the Environment category at this year’s Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA).
A Hadlow College Level 3 green-keeping apprentice, and his team, working for a Premier League club in North London has been jointly awarded a trophy for the best pitch in the League.
Hadlow College has recently been awarded the prestigious Leaders in Diversity award in recognition of its commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). At present, there are only three other colleges nationally with the same accreditation.
We have recently launched a Peer Mentoring Scheme for the wellbeing of our students.
Hadlow College, an Ofsted outstanding provider, has been confirmed by K College as the preferred provider to take over the running of their Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and Ashford campuses.
A group of 9 students studying towards their Entry Level Skills for Working Life qualifications course recently organised and carried out a community litter picking event.
Billy Stott, a BSc (Hons) Horticulture student, has today won the local heat of the Young Horticulturalist of the Year competition.
Hadlow College has recently gained the prestigious GTC Quality Mark in recognition of the high standard of greenkeeping training that is offered within the Apprenticeships, Business and Communities (ABC) department.
For the second successive year, Hadlow College is hunting for the best land-based business in Kent as part of the Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA).
In a ceremony today, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal formally opened the Royal Borough of Greenwich Equestrian Centre, a partnership between the Royal Borough of Greenwich and Hadlow College.
Despite a back-drop of a national decline in applications for higher education, as reported by UCAS, interest in the land-based subjects offered by Hadlow College has increased compared to November 2012.
In a speech today at the House of Commons, Hadlow College has revealed its £40m plan to bring future global solutions in green technologies to the site of the former Betteshanger Colliery, near Dover.
In a recently released report, commissioned by Hadlow College to ascertain its social and economic impact, it has been determined that for every £1 of public money the College receives it generates £2.60 for the Kent economy.