When Cirencester College Science students Sam Roberts and Adrian King came up with an idea and a design for an autonomous drone, in their STEM Enrichment Club, they never dreamed that there idea would become a reality which would end up runners up in the Gloucestershire STEM Awards Competition sponsored by GE Aviation .
A group of seven Cirencester College Performing Arts and A-Level Drama students are looking forward to making their stage debut at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival to perform “Scandimania: Gods of Ice and Fire”.
Cirencester College’s Head of Science, Liam Nolan has just completed a massive personal challenge of cycling an incredible 1,000 miles and running 260 miles, all in one month to raise much needed funds for Children’s Hospice South West, a place which is very close to Liam’s heart.
Cirencester Sixth Form College held its 2nd ‘STEM’ Big Bang Festival on 24th-25th June. Over 1000 young people from regional primary schools and secondary schools attended the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths festival.
The Arts Faculty at Cirencester College are celebrating. They’ve just completed eight action packed days of events to crown their new Festival of Arts, and it’s been a triumph. Music, drama, literature, fine art, textiles, photography, design and film making have all showcased their talent in a festival that’s brought the College into the town.
To put their skills into practice, fifty Psychology students attended the annual sleep deprivation study, conducting and participating in their own research. The group spent the night in college, undertaking psychological tests scrutinising the effect of sleep deprivation on logic, maths, reaction times and emotion. Hand/eye co-ordination was tested by the classic method of playing Operation…..
Countryside Management students have spent the end of term putting all the skills they’ve learned into practice - wild camping, work experience and the hugely popular Logger Olympics.
The Wild Place Project is a new wildlife attraction with an emphasis on protecting threatened habitats on our doorsteps and around the globe. Last week six animal management students were kept busy refurbishing the ‘Barefoot Trail’, making browse silage for the okapi, laying bark chippings and clearing the site of ragwort.
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