Below is a list of up-coming events. For more info on any of the scheduled activities contact Alfie Wilkinson, your Student Liaison Officer.
Phone: 0191 518 8232
7th - Houghall Freshers
8th Peterlee Freshers
Contraception Awareness Week - mass C-Card sign up
Class Rep Elections
Each month Outreach Stop Smoking Workings will attend both Peterlee and Houghall Campuses.
Each month an LGBTQ Group meets at Willerby Grove
12th, 10th, 17th & 19th Prevent Event
10th World Mental Health Day - Stamp it Out and NHS mental; health workers will be in college to offer advice and support and aim to end negative stereotypes of mental health.
Each week homelessness charity Moving On attend Willerby Grove and Houghall to support students
Each month Stop Smoking Advisers attend Houghall and Peterlee
Each month an LGBTQ group meets monthly
11th Armistice Day students - will get involved across all campuses in remembering those who have given service to the country in all wars
16th Class Rep meeting - The first official meetings of Houghall and Technical Academy class reps took place in December promoting equality and allowing students a voice and direct link to college management
17th Anti Bullying Week - anti bullying advisers will be based across all campuses and students will work on positive anti-bullying messages in their tutorials
17th Children in Need - students will get involved in all sorts of whacky and fun fundraising ventures
23rd Takeover Challenge -This is a national scheme set up by the Children’s Commissioner’s Office as a fun, imaginative and exciting activity to encourage organisations to open their doors to children and young people to take over adult roles.
26th Transport Event: Representatives from Arriva, Go North East and the Accessibility & Network Planning, Sustainable Transport, Regeneration & Economic Development of Durham County Council will attend college to gauge their own feedback and hear student opinions and experiences of travelling on public transport.
1st World Aids Day: Poster campaigns and tutorials covered topics surrounding Aids
6th Quit Smoking Advice: The college has fostered a pro-active relationship with Soloutions4Health Co Durham in which Outreach Stop Smoking Advisors attend all campuses on a half termly basis to promote their quit smoking campaign, taking referrals and offering more intensive 1-1 support.
15th Cervical Cancer Awareness Week - nurses and trained health providers will attend all campuses to offer support and advice regarding issues around cervical cancer
18th C-Card and Sexual Health Screening - learners given access to sexual health nurses to promote c-cards and local health provisions
5th LGBTQ Support Group
6th Safer Internet Day and poster competition
22nd Student Governor Focus Group