After an intensive application and interview process, student, River Fleming, has been offered a hugely exciting opportunity as a Technical Higher Level Apprentice (HLA) for Samworth Brothers.
We are delighted to announce that the UK round of the new European Blind Football League (EBFL) is being streamed live from the Royal National College for the Blind on Saturday 8 April.
RNC staff and a student have raised hundreds of pounds for RNC by donating their hair to a charity that makes wigs for young people who have lost their hair through cancer or other illnesses.
Student, Sonal Sumaria, was delighted to welcome to the College, Wendy Tarplee-Morris (Founder) and Phil Brace (Chief Executive Officer) of the charity, the Little Princess Trust (LPT) recently.
We are delighted to announce that the UK round of the newly formed European Blind Football League (EBFL) is being held at the Royal National College for the Blind's leisure facility, thePoint4. With teams affiliated to some of the big names in Europe, it's your chance to come and view this thrilling game during a festival of blind football. All games will be streamed live so there are some great opportunities for sponsorship and advertising to a European audience.
Four students paid a visit to the University of Portsmouth earlier this month to get advice on learning STEM subjects at university, when you have a visual impairment.
West Mercia Police continues to address male violence against women and girls with their latest campaign to support students in the area.
A former student of RNC has graduated with a Masters in Psychotherapy alongside his faithful guide dog. Years of study have paid off for Isle of Man resident, Juan Greggor and guide dog, Angel, when they proudly accepted his MA in Integrative Psychotherapy at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston.
His Majesty the King paid a short visit to the College on Monday 12 December.
Through the College's Judo Academy, students are given the opportunity to attend weekly Judo sessions.
It's exciting times in the world of blind football as RNC Hereford competes in a brand new European Blind Football League.
We welcomed four promising young film makers to the College recently for an intensive two day shoot. Daniel, Joss, Nico and Oscar are studying Practical Filmmaking at the Met Film School in Ealing, London. Daniel is the brother of one of RNC's current students and, as part of a degree project, he wanted to explore the relationship between guide dogs and their owners through a short documentary.
Trustees' Week is a time to say thank you and to celebrate the work of RNC's trustees (governors).
As part of employer engagement, we welcomed John from Nexus Creative to the College. His visit also coincided with Halloween!
It was a very exciting weekend of Goalball at thePoint4 as the Goalball Novice Regional Competition took place.
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