Did you know that 26 September is European Day of Languages? It's a day dedicated to celebrating the rich tapestry of languages across Europe and RNC's staff and students had lots of fun celebrating.
Over 20 invited guests, including corporate and trust funders, attended a tour of RNC’s new sensory and working gardens in late August, which was formerly opened by The Mayor of Hereford, Councillor Jacqui Carwardine.
All A Level students from the College are celebrating after securing their first choices at university.
A football-mad teenager from Manchester is preparing to represent her country for the first time at a major sporting event – just five years after losing part of her sight.
12 para-athletes have been selected to represent Great Britain in the Paralympic sport of goalball at the upcoming IBSA World Games from 20 - 27 August 2023.
We are pleased to have successfully received our Cyber Essentials certification for another year.
Staff and students from the College had the honour of attending a Celebration of Visual Impairment Education at the University of Birmingham on 16 June, in conjunction with the IBSA World Games.
Saturday 24 June marked an unforgettable day for 12 RNC students, as they were treated to an extraordinary experience - a helicopter ride. This wonderful opportunity was made possible by Tiger Helicopters, a local company based in Shobdon.
Congratulations to Leanne Moore, Teacher of IT Skills and Assistive Technologies, who recently graduated with an MSc in Educational Assistive Technology from Dundee University. With her newfound knowledge and skills, Leanne is now poised to positively impact the lives of many more students at RNC.
Our Aspire students had a memorable trip to Herefordshire Riding for the Disabled in June, where they had the opportunity to try out horse riding.
RNC's Mobility Team took 19 students to Worcester at the end of last month. The trip was to give students, who have none or limited experience of train travel, the opportunity to complete a short trip on the train.
St George's Park played host to the FA Disability Cup finals at the weekend (24-25 June), including the Blind Football Final between RNC and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Students were given a great opportunity to hone their culinary skills and learn the art of bread making thanks to the College caterers, Baxter Storey.
This year’s Goalfix Cup tournament took place at the University of Worcester at the weekend (16-18 June) with some brilliant online coverage and commentary, allowing fans to follow every game and goal as it happened.
RNC students had the unique opportunity to go quad biking at Monnow events located in the stunning Monnow Valley.
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