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QAC Open Evening

QAC Open Evening

30 January 2014

We at Queen Alexandra College would like to welcome potential students and their families to our upcoming opening evening. We hope that this event will provide you with the opportunity to discover more about the wonderful things that are happening at our college. The event will take place on...

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Moving On - A transition event for young people with a visual impairment

Moving On Transition Event

30 January 2014

Queen Alexandra College and Action for Blind People are pleased to present a one day event for young people with a visual impairment who are their options for the future. The event will take place on Thursday 20th March from 9.30am - 3.00pm  There will be a wide range of exhibitors at the event and a full...

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Free courses to be delivered by Queen Alexandra College

Free NEETS courses flyer

24 January 2014

Queen Alexandra College will be offering FREE courses in Café & Hospitality Skills, Conservation & Horticulture Skills and Administration Skills. If you are currently NOT in any Education, Employment or Training and aged between 16-24 years, you may be eligible to apply for one of these courses. ...

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Talking about Sex and Relationships with PSHE Therapist, Gill Leno, in Progress Magazine

Progress Magazine Front Cover

15 January 2014

Gill Leno, PSHE Therapist at QAC, was recently invited to contribute to an article on a regular basis for Progress magazine, answering questions about sex and relationships. Progress is the essential transition guide for 13 to 25 year olds with additional needs. You can read the full article by clicking on the...

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What the students say

QAC feels like one big family to me everyone is friendly and helps each other.

Hamzah - 20

Information and Communication Technology Student

Hamzah
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