Summer Newsletter now available

The latest version of Coleg’s Chronicles is now available online to download! Find out about more the college’s plans for the learner programme in the coming year, and revisit memories from our website updates. You can click the image below to download the latest newslette
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300 mile DMRC team cycle

To raise money for our Wellbeing centre, Sergeant John Whittaker and his team at the DMRC undertook a one week 300 mile cycle for Coleg Elidyr at the end of September (into the start of October) 2015. John is part of the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre; wellbeing and fitness, an
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Summer Fair 2015

Preparations have started on site to get ready for our 2015 summer fair, which will take place on Saturday 4th July. It’s sure to be an incredibly day, and we’re hoping to see as many people as possible; families and friends of our site and of our local community. There
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Individual Challenges

We have a number of individuals undertaking personal challenges for our Wellbeing Centre fundraising pot. Fred Scott, a learner from Ty Iori House in Coleg Elidyr undertook a personal triathlon-style challenge over one weekend, including: Climbing a Brecon Beacon; Biking around the Us
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Wellbeing Centre Fundraising

Our learners’ forum has highlighted the need for a wellbeing centre for the College. In conjunction with the parents association, work is now underway to begin raising funds for this leisure building which will house our new gym equipment and provide an area for learners to relax whil
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Triathlon Challenge 2015

Our Pembrokeshire Coast Triathlon Challenge took place on June 20th 2015 We had 5 intrepid entries in this triathlon challenge (swim bike and run) to raise funds for Coleg Elidyr. Participants include Ed Graham, a learner in Nantgwyn House, for whom this will be a particular challenge
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Coffee for Coleg 2015

The parents association approved a fundraising project to build a wellbeing center in Coleg Elidyr – a purpose built area for sports equipment and socialisation. Plans are still being made, but we’re currently hoping to reach a figure of £80-100 thousand pounds to make thi
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Spring Newsletter now available

The Spring edition of the Coleg’s Chronicles, our college newspaper, is now available to download online. Please click the image below to download;     If you’re interested in viewing past issues, you can find our archive by clicking here
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The Grow Wild Project

The Garden team have recieved a Grow Wild grant to create a ‘Wild about Wales’ wildflower garden. Greg Potter, who is taking a lead role in the project, reports; Hi, my name is Greg Potter. I am the project manager for Wild about Wales, funded by Grow Wild. I am a trainee
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Essential Skills at the Royal Oak

Essential Skills is not just taught in a classroom in Coleg Elidyr; it is embedded into the huge range of vocational activities we run across the whole site. However, the learners still have a chance to access dedicated Essential Skills lessons. To keep these classes vocational, our E
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