First-year College students have raised more than £200 for the British Heart Foundation (BHF) by organising a charity five-a-side football tournament.
Twenty-three Geology and Environmental Science students recently returned from the Canary island of Tenerife after studying its two-thousand-year-old volcano and the diverse environmental landscape.
Yesterday Cirencester Sixth Form College welcomed 80 exhibitors to its annual University and Careers Convention. With so many exhibitors taking part this has been the biggest and best ever convention the College has hosted.
18 year old Dan joined Shadowplay in July 2018. Dan was first inspired into an apprenticeship when he completed his work experience at school.
Nineteen year old Zach joined Hackett Wealth Management last September, he said “I chose to apply for an apprenticeship because I was looking for instant growth and development within my chosen sector.”
17 year old Amy Kent joined Portus and Whitton in January this year. Amy said, “I looked for an apprenticeship as I felt it was a good opportunity to get an insight into the world of work.”
20 year old Kieran Hughes who joined Derive Logic in September 2018 explains “I chose to apply for an apprenticeship because I wanted to see if a role in IT is was what I wanted to commit to. I’ve loved computers and computing since I was young, but I did not have much interest in going on to university.
Nineteen-year-old Mollie Brunsdon is on her second apprenticeship with CIA Fire and Security “I applied for an apprenticeship as it meant I was learning whilst I was working, gaining skills and knowledge for my future career.
Congratulations to Cirencester College’s Year 1 Level 2 Uniformed Public Services who hosted the first Disability Roadshow for the College and local primary schools.
Congratulations to Jess Campbell and Abigail Martin-Hicks who have both been selected to be volunteers at the 2019 Sport National Championships.