Havering College of Further and Higher Education

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Havering College of Further & Higher Education
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Established 1957
Type College
Principal Maria Thompson
Chair Stan Rose
Location Ardleigh Green Road
Hornchurch
London
RM11 2LL
England
51°34′53″N 0°13′19″E / 51.581369°N 0.221845°E / 51.581369; 0.221845Coordinates: 51°34′53″N 0°13′19″E / 51.581369°N 0.221845°E / 51.581369; 0.221845
Local authority London Borough of Havering
DfE URN 130444 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1,800 (approx.)
Ages 16+
Telephone 01708 455011
Fax 01708 462736
Email information@havering-college.ac.uk
Website www.havering-college.ac.uk

Havering College of Further & Higher Education is a college with three campuses in the London Borough of Havering, east London, England. One campus is based in Ardleigh Green, under the Hornchurch post town; Quarles is based in Harold Hill and the third is Rainham Campus Construction Centre. It educates part and full-time students aged 16+.

Havering Asks[edit]

Havering Asks is a Question Time style event jointly hosted by Havering College and Havering Council.[1] The event is an opportunity for students at Havering College and other schools in the area to engage in discussion and debate with politicians and other media figures.[2] The production of the show is managed by students at Havering College and is incorporated into their curriculum and assessment. [3]

The event was first held on 20 October 2011 at Havering College's The Space facility and was attended by 130 students from 7 different schools within Havering. Last year's{{when??} panel was chaired by BBC broadcaster Michael Cockerell and included panellists: political commentator and author of Owen Jones, Leader of Havering Council Michael White, Liberal Democrat prospective parliamentary candidate Bridget Fox and X-factor finalist Danyl Johnson.[4]

A five-minute video of the event was submitted to the BBC Schools Questions and Answers competition, which Havering won and hosted a live webcast BBC Question Time-styled program.[5]

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