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City and Islington College celebrates 20 years of transforming young people’s futures

PUBLISHED: 11:36 08 July 2013 | UPDATED: 11:36 08 July 2013

Trevor Phillips, Principal Frank McLoughlin, Chair of Governors Jack Morris  and Former Principal and Director of the Sixth Form College, Tom Jupp and Andrew Morris (L-R)

Trevor Phillips, Principal Frank McLoughlin, Chair of Governors Jack Morris and Former Principal and Director of the Sixth Form College, Tom Jupp and Andrew Morris (L-R)

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City and Islington College has celebrated 20 years of improving education for the local community and beyond.

Special guests joined last week’s cake-cutting ceremony to mark London’s leading Further Education College’s two decades of transforming young people’s learning.

In July 1993, the education centre’s governing body changed its name to City and Islington College, having previously been called Islington Federal College.

Highlights of the past twenty years have included outstanding Ofsted inspections, a visit by the Queen, and the opening of award winning buildings and facilities.

Jack Morris OBE, chair of governors for sixteen of the past twenty years, said: “Our aim, from the outset, was always to make the college the finest Further Education institution in London.

“We have radically improved the quality of teaching and learning, and in turn the results students achieve.”

Principal Frank McLoughlin said: “We were delighted to welcome so many former members of staff, governors and students to the College who have played such an important role in making the College what it is today.”

“It was a special evening of celebration and recognition of how the College has grown over two decades to become London’s leading college.”

Guest speaker Trevor Phillips OBE praised the college for being a “leader in its sector and an important part of its community”.


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