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10 October 2023

Having not had the opportunity to go to school in Nigeria, Stella James was unable to read or write. She worked from a young age in her mother’s street food restaurant and developed a strong passion for food. When Stella moved to the UK it was a dream of hers to be a chef, writing […]

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9 October 2023

WM College wood carving learner, David Willis has used his new found craft to highlight important history of his hometown and the local coal mining community. His wooden sculpture ‘Coal Miner’ was created as a memorial to the coal miners of Brown Edge, a village in the Staffordshire Moorlands near the North Staffs coalfield and […]

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9 October 2023

The Evening Standard Art Prize , first launched back in 2017, provides an invaluable opportunity for artistic talent across the country to get their work in front of an impressive judging panel and catch the eye of important industry figures. For this year’s competition, Evening Standard joined forces with Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle to offer […]

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BHM 2023
27 September 2023

October marks Black History Month, a momentous occasion to recognise and celebrate the invaluable contributions of black people to British society. This year the campaign is focusing on celebrating the exceptional achievements of black women and #salutingoursisters. At WM College we celebrate the culture, history and vibrant diversity of the local communities within Camden and the surrounding areas. We […]

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19 September 2023

We believe learning shouldn’t be limited to the classroom. As part of WM College Plus, co-funded by the GLA and generous benefactors, we are investing in improvements to our College that enables the development of a joined up learning offer. Creating links between taught classes, learning resources and study spaces such as the Library, the […]

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19 September 2023

Working Men’s College is among the earliest adult education institutions established in the United Kingdom, and Europe’s oldest centre for adult education. Founded in 1854, the College was established by Christian Socialists to provide Victorian skilled artisans a liberal education. The College’s founders were Frederick Denison Maurice, (the first principal), Thomas Hughes, John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow, Frederick James Furnivall, Lowes Cato Dickinson, John […]

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11 September 2023

WM College has teamed up with the Good Things Foundation to address the digital and data disparities among economically disadvantaged learners who don’t have access to PCs or laptops at home. As part of this initiative, Lenovo Yoga 370 laptops were donated, and in July, twenty laptops were generously provided to select low-income learners. These […]

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3 September 2023

Dear WM College Community,  I am thrilled to extend my warmest greetings and introduce myself as the new Principal of WM College. It is with immense excitement and a sense of profound responsibility that I start on this journey as a leader of our college’s rich legacy and its bright future.  Firstly, I would like […]

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