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Harlow College

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Harlow College
Address
Velizy Avenue

Harlow
,
Essex
,
CM20 3EZ

England
Coordinates51°46′14″N 0°05′57″E / 51.77047°N 0.09918°E / 51.77047; 0.09918
Information
TypeFurther Education College
Established1984
Local authorityEssex
Department for Education URN130676 Tables
PrincipalKaren Spencer
GenderCo-educational
Age16+
Enrolment5,900 (2018)[1]
Websitewww.harlow-college.ac.uk

Harlow College is a further education college in Harlow, Essex, England. This medium-sized college has 5,900 students as of 2018 of which 2,585 are on 16-19 programmes and 2,000 are on adult educational programmes. Its main campus is in the town, while recently an additional site has been built and opened at Stansted Airport, the first of its kind at a major UK airport.[2] Harlow College's Principal and Chief Executive is Karen Spencer.

The current college was established in 1984 as a tertiary college following reorganisation of post-16 education in the town. It replaced the former Harlow Technical College.[3]

The college is distinguished by its success rates and its Journalism Centre, which it has operated since 1964.[4]

Journalism centre

Formed in 1964, Harlow College's Journalism Centre is a journalism training centre, with courses accredited through the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and the Periodical Training Council (PTC). The centre boasts strong links with Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, through a BA Hons Journalism degree.[4]

The journalism students studying at BTEC level are now able to use the new £9m University Centre Harlow facilities, which is part of Anglia Ruskin University.

The current college was predated by a boys' boarding school of the same name, originally dating from 1862, which was situated in Old Harlow.

The college today

The college has three divisions:

  • Corporate services
  • Student-focused provision: the Sixth Form, the Vocational Studies Academy.
  • Employer-focused provision: the Business & Technology Academy, The Creative Arts Academy, The Employer Response Unit.

In 2006/06, the college enrolled about 2,070 learners aged 16–18 and about 3,040 adult learners, with an income of around £20m.

Notable alumni

The Harlow Harrier

In September 2010, five students created the college's first student paper - The Harlow Harrier. It gives news on student issues, jobs in journalism, sports news, and local politics. The Founding Editor is Talal Musa - a former News of the World trainee sub-editor who worked on the sports desk at the Daily Mail. Musa now works in esports for Gfinity.

The original 'Harlow College' 1862-1965

The college was opened by the Reverend Charles Miller on 29 May 1862, in Old Harlow. In the early 20th century it was a well-known school with Ernest Percival Horsey as its head. When the Old Harlow area was redeveloped the school was forced to close in 1965.[5]

Headmasters of Harlow College

  • 29 May 1862: Opened by Rev. Charles Miller
  • 1889 - 1903: Rev. Lyndhurst Burton Towne
  • 1904 - 1935: Ernest Percival Horsey
  • 1935 - 1936: ? Miller
  • 1936 - 1962: Kenneth L. Dames
  • 1962 - 1965: Roy C. Purgavie

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ https://files.ofsted.gov.uk/v1/file/50060852
  2. ^ https://files.ofsted.gov.uk/v1/file/50060852
  3. ^ https://dera.ioe.ac.uk/3059/1/harlow_cyc1.pdf
  4. ^ a b "Profile of Harlow College". uk-universities.net. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 5 February 2015.
  5. ^ "Harlow College: A Short History". OldHarlovians. Archived from the original on 23 October 2008. Retrieved 4 September 2018.

External links

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