News & Blogs

Nadine's Autism challenge

World Autism Month – How can we be more autism-friendly?

16 April 2021

April marks World Autism Month, and Nadine Wood, one of our dedicated Learning Resources Officers at Coleg Gwent, shares her story and explains why she chose to complete a challenge for Autism Awareness, and how we can become more autism-friendly.

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CaTS Charity Challenge for St David's Hospice Care - John Sexton's bike ride

Lycra, speedos, running shoes, and sweat… all for a good cause

8 April 2021

Over the Easter half term break, our Creative and Technical Studies (CaTS) faculty management team have been donning their Lycra, speedos and running shoes, to cycle, walk, swim or run the distance from Land's End to John o' Groats for St David’s Hospice Care.

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Coleg Gwent A Level Students

A-im high with A Levels at Coleg Gwent

7 April 2021

A Levels are not only the most popular route into university, but they also improve your job prospects and allow you to follow your passions. So, with a 99% pass rate and outcomes consistently above the Welsh and National average, why not aim high and make it at Coleg Gwent.

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FE Myth Buster - students walking outside Coleg Gwent campus

College life myth buster – Get the facts!

26 March 2021

There are some common misconceptions about college. So, read on to bust some myths and find out the facts about further education and college life!

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Kayleigh Barton headshot and Crosskeys campus

Meet the Learner: Kayleigh puts higher education centre stage

24 March 2021

University study is a big step. But as learner Kayleigh Barton discovered, you don’t have to go far from home to take your career to the next level thanks to our higher education courses.

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Learners recording rock school lockdown album

Rock School learners record a lockdown album

19 March 2021

Learners from our Level 3 Rock School Music Practitioners course have found inspiration in the pandemic and they’ve been busy collaborating on a lockdown album as part of their studies.

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