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Local entrepreneur Oli Christie inspires Cirencester College’s Award Winners

Celebration and inspiration were at the heart of Cirencester Sixth Form College’s 22nd Annual Awards Ceremony on Saturday in the Sundial Theatre.

Cirencester College shine at National Finals

Cirencester College sports students enjoyed another successful weekend at the British Colleges Sports (BCS) National Finals.

Harrison Hare Travels Through Time

It may be a couple of thousand years since the Romans adopted the Hare as a symbol of vitality, but the glorious Cirencester College sculpture has time travel of his own in mind.

Cirencester College students join the March Hare party!

Cirencester College students joined in the fun at the launch of the Cirencester Hare Festival this weekend.

Animal Management students visit PATS show

BTEC Animal Management students travelled to Surrey this week to visit the PATS show – the UK’s number one pet trade event

Students and Staff don their onesies for Sports Relief!

The competitive spirit was riding high at Cirencester College on Friday as staff and students joined in to run, cycle or row a mile for Sports Relief, with some competitors wearing very fetching ‘onesies’.

Sports Students inspire Nursery Children with sports lessons

A group of BTEC Sports Development, Coaching and Fitness students have been given the opportunity to coach 12 Pre-school Children from BrightEyes Nursery based on the College campus.

Cirencester College Students shine at Enterprise

Following the 2013 success of Swapplications in Young Enterprise competitions, WeCharge, the 2014 Young Enterprise (YE) group of students, Rihad Rahman, Max Sandilands, Harry Chevis, Gregor Pilkington and Michael Brown came away with seven placings from nine awards at the Area Trade Fair and more than doubled their sales of the mobile phone charger that they have developed.
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Hollie Doell
Hollie Doell
"There are no 'popular' groups or separation in college and so you will not be judged and you have no worries about what 'group' you will be in." 
Previously attended Highworth Warneford and now studies A level English Literature & Language, German and Psychology.
Erin Saxby
Erin Saxby
Going to college is a good way to make the change from school to adult - it allows you to mature in an accepting environment. My confidence has come on leaps and bounds since starting college.
Joining from the Malmesbury School to study Psychology, Sociology, English Language and History.
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