Guernsey College of FE Weekly Newsletter Issue 45
A very warm welcome back to College!
A very warm welcome back to you all. I hope that you had a restful and enjoyable summer and if you did get away and took some time out, I hope that you found this fulfilling and refreshing.
My thanks to you for the work you have done during the enrolment period helping our students join the College. I look forward to welcome them to the College on the 14th September.
There has been a great deal of planning and work carried out over the summer. Many of you have been directly involved and instrumental in shaping these plans or implementing the desired outcomes. I hope to share with you how these may impact the way we work at the College moving forward at the all staff training day on Monday, starting at 9.00 at the PRCPA.
This year’s first inset day is set out to give everyone at the College an overview of our plans, ways of working, expectations and how we aim to bring our vision closer to reality over this new academic year.
I hope you are able to join us during the day and that you find the day informative and helpful. Your active participation, input and views are of utmost value and as always there will be a great chance for us to engage in dialogue and debate about how best to serve our community and our learners. You can find a copy of the Training day programme here https://www.scribd.com/doc/278372306/Schedule-for-Staff-Development-Day
In this year’s engage you will be receiving a faculty update each week. This will start from next week. In the meanwhile I would like to welcome all new staff who have joined the College and or also are operating in a new position at the College. We are looking to put a Who’s Who section on My CFE in the near future which I am sure you will find helpful. In order to help us have this publication produced you are all asked to complete this short form with information about yourself that we can then edit and use to produce the College’s Who’ Who document. http://form.jotformeu.com/form/52463061053345
Chief Executive and Principal
A word from Louise...
We have been busy planning our key processes and review the way we do things at the College this week. We remain firmly focused on improving the quality of our processes and the outcomes of them. I would like to thank Nicola Le Feuvre and team for their sterling work over the summer that had resulted in a new way of enrolment this year. This has resulted in us having a much more successful enrolment events on both full time and part time and apprenticeship sessions and we will be looking forward to improving what we learnt for next year.
I look forward to seeing you on Monday.
CIGPE Presentation `Helicopter Design'
Wednesday, Sep. 23rd, 12:15pm
Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts
Presented by Graham Pay
Click here for further details: https://www.scribd.com/doc/278391410/School-Flyer-Helicopter-Design
We would be grateful if you could let us know if you would be keen on attending mindfulness sessions in the future.
Please complete this form:http://form.jotformeu.com/form/52454057549360
Relocation, Relocation, Relocation!
The College Leadership Team (CLT) have looked at the ways in which we will need to work and we have decided that none of CLT will have dedicated offices. The CLT will all be working across the whole college, sharing a base room and hot-desking as we move around the college. All of our old offices will either be reallocated to others, available for hot-desking or bookable by any member of staff for meetings.
A lot of work has been done on all fronts. A big thank you to all colleagues who have been involved with all the hard work. There is still work to be done and thank you to each and every one of you for bearing with the operations team as they finish their job list.
At time of print, Jeff was unavailable for photograph. Our thanks to all involved. Captions please!
Welcome to all new staff
A warm College of FE Welcome to our new colleagues:
Jeanette Hart, Faculty Director Construction and Engineering
Lucy Mallet, Lecturer for Business Studies
Gillian McCartney, Curriculum Administration Assistant
Karen Le Lacheur, Hair & Beauty, Salon receptionist
Lorraine Mahy, Executive assistant for Director of Operations
Magdi Elfons Tawafig, Lecturer in ICT,
Kathryn Fusenich, Lecturer in Access
Siobhan Wyeth, Lecturer in Access
Cath Stuart, Lecturer in Access
Paula Brady, Lecturer in Health & Social Care
Kayleigh Baddeley, Lecturer in Health & Social Care. Both Paula and Kayleigh will be starting in a few weeks.
Alex Kosmos Entitlement Coach
Erica de Sousa, Progress Coach
David Peel, Lecturer in Maths
Jane De La Mare, Curriculum admin Assistant
Fiona Fish, Curriculum admin Assistant
Fiona Girard, Curriculum admin Assistant
Rachel Le Tocq, Curriculum admin Assistant
Charlotte Froome, Workplace co-ordinator
Amy Murray, Curriculum Innovation
Janet Vile, Delancey Receptionist
Watch this space for a short biography for our colleagues soon.
And Welcome back to those now working in different roles at the College
Lorraine Barker, Faculty Director for Health, Care, Sport and Public Services.
Laura Le Maitre Exec Assistant Principal and CEO
Jane le Poidevin, Faculty Director for Creative and Service Industries
Matt Sawbridge, Learning Support Manager
Jane Fears, Faculty Director for Business, IT and Adult Community Learning
Andrew Kilby, Programme Leader for Construction
Jeff Stuart, Head of Learner Support Services
Phil Emberton, Programme Leader for Maths, English and Skills.
Martine Ellis, ILT Lecturer
Alice Coggins, Lecturer Creative +
Oli Davies, Lecturer Performing Arts
Jon Snow, Enterprise Academy Manager
Tracy Fern, Programme Leader Health & Social Care
Watch this space for a short biography for our colleagues soon.
CAKE SALE - MONDAY AT STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY
CAKES WILL BE SOLD AT 50P EACH TO RAISE FUNDS FOR SARAH GRIFFITH'S RECENTLY SET UP BRIDGE TO CALAIS FUND. WE WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
Bridge to Calais Event and Info
Want to help?
On Monday at the Staff Development Day - the Admin ladies will be selling cakes at 50p each during coffee breaks to help Sarah Griffith with her fundraising.
Sarah is holding an event on Monday evening - to see how you could help please click here.
If you wish to buy something for Sarah to take to Calais, to help at the Refugee Camp there, there is an Amazon Wishlist which can be found here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/registry/wishlist/3O9SN1C740LEN/ref=topnav_lists_2
from colouring books, saucepans and tents, every little bit helps.