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This Weeks Menu!!

Josh Myhill, 09/02/2016

Please see this weeks menu being served from Zest!!!

Courtesy of you Student Leadership Team and Elior

Lost Property

IT Help Desk, 09/02/2016

There are a lot of unclaimed iems of lost property in the Student Support Centre. Please call in and take a look if you think you have lost something!

Unclaimed items will be donated to charity during half term

    BBC's Murder Games Link

    Elizabeth Carney, 08/02/2016

    Below is the link for  BBC'S Murder Games that was shown in the Core at Lunch time:

    Alternatively you can access the program via the BBC iPlayer.

    Murder Games tells the true story of Breck Bednar, a 14-year-old schoolboy who was lured to his death after being groomed online by Lewis Daynes.

    If you have any questions or concerns about this please see a member of the safeguarding or mentor team. 

      Half Term - Library Opening Hours

      Library Issues, 08/02/2016

      Monday      15 Feb        9.00am - 4.00pm

      Tuesday     16 Feb        9.00am - 4.00pm

      Wednesday 17 Feb           CLOSED

      Thursday    18 Feb        9.00am - 4.00pm

      Friday         19 Feb        9.00am - 1.00pm

        You've left your lights on!!

        Security Team, 08/02/2016

        There is a Black Mitsubishi Shogun, Registration FV06 TZR in Car Park A with its lights on.



          Help break the silence around mental health

          Sharon Vessey, 03/02/2016

          Help break the silence around mental health

          Thursday 4 February is ‘Time to Talk Day’ – a day when everyone is encouraged to have a conversation about mental health. At John Leggott College, we want to help break the silence and end the stigma around mental health. Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people every year, and 9 in 10 of those experiencing a mental health problem say they have faced negative treatment from others as a result. That’s why we’re participating in Time to Talk Day, run by Time to Change to help spread the word that you don’t need to be an expert to talk about mental health. Time to Change is England’s biggest programme to challenge mental health stigma and discrimination and is run by the charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.  There are posters and top tips cards around the college, giving ideas on how to start your conversation.


          Thursday 4th February, Tuesday the 9th and Thursday 11th  the college will be undertaking a presentation to encourage conversations about mental health, pop along to the green/grey room for a chat and a cup of tea between 12-12.50.

            A*spire College Challenge

            Emily Mundey, 27/01/2016

            The A*spire Team are holding a College Challenge Competition this afternoon at 2:30pm in the Core - if you're free please pop along and watch!!

              Route 360 (East Halton Route)

              Emma Blanchard, 21/01/2016

              Route 360 (East Halton through Goxhill) this morning has had some mechanical issues but will be with students as soon as possible!

                Friday Buses

                Yvonne Eggitt, 14/01/2016


                  SLT Briefing's

                  Josh Myhill, 11/01/2016

                  This is a reminder to all SLT members that this weeks meeting will be cancelled due to PPE Week.

                  Briefings return on Friday 22nd January at 9:15am





                    Finance procedure for ordering - Jan 16

                    Gillian Stillyards, 08/01/2016

                    To all Budget Holders / Technicians / Requisitioners

                    In line with information given out this morning, please ensure you complete the Purchase Order Requisition form which is listed in the Finance Area of Grapevine - link below


                    No orders will be placed with suppliers without a Purchase order requisition being completed and signed off by a budget holder.

                    Sorry for the incovenience and thanks in advance for your co operation.

                    The Finance Team


                    Please set a PIN

                    It is important that you set a PIN that you can remember to use the self service units soon to be placed around college. It will be used as a form of authentication.

                    Click here to set a PIN