15 Geography students recently visited Nettlecombe Field Studies Centre in Somerset and carried out a range of fieldwork activities to give them lots of ideas to apply to their Independent Investigation.
Former Cirencester College students are nearly 10% more likely to achieve a First or 2.1 degree classification compared to other colleges, schools and sixth forms across the country.
Six College students have raised over £100 for BEAT Eating Disorders by organising a tombola, guess the number of socks, and lunchtime collections.
Five students from Cirencester College donated their Saturday to make positive changes in the local community as part of Action Day, a national movement organised by the National Citizen Service (NCS).
Congratulations to May Fisher who was awarded double gold in the Biology and Chemistry Olympiads.
First year student Olivia Maiden will produce ‘Peace In Our Time,’ her first feature-length film inspired by her History studies into World War II Britain.
Last week Politics students put Cotswolds MP, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown on the spot by holding an exclusive ‘Question Time’ with him to raise their concerns about local and national issues.
Cirencester College’s Duke of Edinburgh students found themselves coming to the rescue of an injured mountain biker this weekend while hiking in the Welsh Black Mountains.
Thirty-four students recently directed their own three-day guided tour of the city of Budapest, visiting historical landmarks, tasting local food and experiencing Hungary’s unique laws.
Over six-hundred and fifty pounds has been raised by students and staff donning crazy hats, baking and selling gifts to celebrate Wear A Hat Day 2019.