Apply for September 2022 Entry
On your first day, make sure you are prepared to start College life with some basic stationary! Ensure you have a pen, some paper and perhaps a folder where you can store any resources you are given from day one. You might also want to bring some money for food and drink.
Ask someone! Our Student Mentors will be around during induction to help you find your lessons. They will be wearing an orange lanyard and are more than happy to help! We also have a College map available here.
We have 9 buildings in total at College: St. Bede’s, St. Wilfrid’s, St. Cecilia’s, St. James’, St. Francis, St. Mary’s, St. Augustine’s, St. Teresa’s and our brand new building St. John Henry. On your timetable the room number will start with a letter which tells you which building to be in e.g. B for St. Bede’s.
You can access your timetable via your Cedar account.
You can log into cedar using your college T Number and password. These are the same credentials you would need to access your college email, Teams and to log on to any computer at College.
Our timetable is made up of blocks A-F. You will be given a block per subject e.g. Sociology in B block. That means that every time it is B block on the timetable you will have your Sociology lesson. The blocks may be at different times every day.
Newman Extra runs throughout September during which time you will have the option to change your subjects if you don’t feel it is the right fit for you.
It is advised that you spend 4 hours per subject, per week outside of lesson time doing independent study.
If you need any help with anything you can speak with any member of staff. You will have your teachers as well as your Achievement Tutor and Senior Tutor for pastoral support.
The College has a zero-tolerance policy towards bullying and any incidents are dealt with appropriately. Speak with your Achievement Tutor if you are worried or concerned about yourself or anyone else.
If you forget your lanyard you will need to sign in at reception and get a sticker. If you lose your lanyard head to the Student Advice Hub in the St Francis Building to purchase a new one.
If your ID card breaks, head to the Student Advice Hub to get it sorted.
We have a lot facilities on site including a Gym, Library, Climbing wall, Starbucks, Costa, chapel, canteen and learning zones!
Yes. We have a Starbucks, sandwich bar and pizza counter and a canteen in St Bede’s building. We also have a Costa pod outside on the grounds and a Costa in St. Augustine’s building.
We have lots of study areas around college, including quiet study and computer facilities. Our main library is located in St. Bede’s building.
We do. We have the College chapel in St. Bede’s building and designated prayer room is St. Teresa’s
We have lots of trips and visits across various departments, lots of sporting opportunities, NCS, Duke of Edinburgh, Chaplaincy, CAFOD, Young Enterprise as well joining the Student Union Team or the Student Mentor Team.
We would advise you use your free blocks to get in some independent study done in one of our study areas or the library, attend CP and have your lunch. You might also want to use this time to get involved with activities in and around College. You can also head off site during free blocks if you wish as long as you are not required to attend any meetings with teachers/tutors or CP during that time. You must also make sure you are back on site for your timetabled lessons.
We offer bursary support for eligible students which you can apply for on our website. Head to our Student Advice Hub to find out more.
You can search for WisePay on the college website. New students need to sign in with the email you applied to College with and click forgotten password to generate a password for you to use.