Karten CTEC Centre opens for staff and students. Thirty people sign up for National Star’s first adult continuing education and training courses.
Elizabeth House in Gloucester opens after extensive refurbishment. It provides additional community-based accommodation for 27 students.
National Star Centre College of Further Education is rebranded as National Star College.
A milestone for the future expansion and reconfiguration of the Ullenwood site is reached when the neighbouring Ullenwood Manor Farm is acquired.
Creative and Performing Arts students embark on a trip to New York.
The first LiftTraining (Learning Independence for Travel) programme is developed in Gloucestershire.
New accommodation, Cleeve, is built as the first phase of the Star Appeal development, which is launched to raise £7.7 million for major redevelopment.
Planning permission is secured for the future development of the former Ullenwood Manor Farm site to help meet the increasing needs of students.
National Star launches its new advocacy service for students, run by former student, Rich Amos.