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QAC welcomes local singer/songwriter

Singer AmyG performs to QAC students

25 November 2019

Last week, QAC were lucky enough to welcome local singer/songrwriter AmyG to college in order to speak to students and staff and perform some fantastic songs.     <

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Natspec publish General Election Manifesto

Natspec manifesto logo

20 November 2019

Natspec, the membership association for organisations which offer specialist further education and training for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, have yesterday published their manifesto for the 2019 General Election, in which they outline the support they'd like to see for the education...

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QAC students assist Aston University research into Autism!

Animated image of brain with various points

15 November 2019

Queen Alexandra College students recently assisted researchers at  Aston University  with their case study looking into how the differences in sensory brainwaves of teenagers with autism can assist in earlier diagnosis! The study "...focused on sensory areas of the brain because a substantial number of...

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