Post Tagged with: "South Cheshire College"

9th Nantwich Words and Music Festival underway

9th Nantwich Words and Music Festival underway

The 9th annual ‘Words & Music Festival’ which opened this week at Residence in Nantwich, is proving another massive hit.

The six-day festival was opened by Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Andrew Martin and organiser Nigel Stonier.

October 12, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
South Cheshire student in anti-bullying campaign at BBC

South Cheshire student in anti-bullying campaign at BBC

A South Cheshire College student and anti-bullying activist took part in a social action focus group at BBC HQ in London.

A-Level pupil Lydia Greatrix is an active member of the Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign.

September 13, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
South Cheshire College celebrates 10th year of 99% A level pass rate

South Cheshire College celebrates 10th year of 99% A level pass rate

South Cheshire College students and staff are celebrating ten years of 99% or above pass rate across A Levels.

This year’s results show a pass rate of 99.1% – above the national pass rate of 98.1%.

August 18, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
National award earned by South Cheshire College lecturer

National award earned by South Cheshire College lecturer

A South Cheshire College lecturer has been recognised by a national awarding body aimed at honouring outstanding teachers.

Geography and Geology lecturer Helena Curtis has received a Certificate of Excellence following a nomination for Pearson Teaching Awards FE Lecturer of the Year Award.

August 15, 2016 0 comments News, Schools & Colleges
South Cheshire College restaurant celebrates AA Rosette

South Cheshire College restaurant celebrates AA Rosette

Staff and students at South Cheshire College’s Academy restaurant and deli have scooped an AA Rosette award.

The venue has been awarded a highly commended AA College Rosette and named a Centre of Excellence for Service.

South Cheshire College merger talks with three other colleges

South Cheshire College merger talks with three other colleges

South Cheshire College is in talks with three other colleges in the county to create one FE college by 2018.

The talks follow a review of Further Education across Cheshire and Warrington.

Inbetweeners star Simon Bird to honour Crewe and Nantwich students

Inbetweeners star Simon Bird to honour Crewe and Nantwich students

Inbetweeners star Simon Bird will be in town when he honours Crewe and Nantwich college students at an awards event.

Bird will be guest of honour at South Cheshire College Student Awards night to celebrate student success.

Former Malbank pupil launches photo app with Apple

Former Malbank pupil launches photo app with Apple

A photo-sharing app designed by a former Malbank School pupil, has been launched by tech giant Apple.

Serag Amlesh, who also studied ICT at South Cheshire College, has seen his new app hit the world’s biggest app stores.

June 25, 2016 0 comments News, Schools & Colleges
College students win competition at Nantwich Film Festival

College students win competition at Nantwich Film Festival

College students are celebrating after winning a short film competition in the run-up to the Nantwich Film Festival.

The South Cheshire College trio created and filmed a short masterpiece called ‘The Journey Of A Heart’.

South Cheshire bus driver scoops £6.1 million Lotto jackpot

South Cheshire bus driver scoops £6.1 million Lotto jackpot

A South Cheshire bus driver could soon be making his final stop – after scooping a £6.1 million Lotto jackpot!

Grandad Kevin Jones, from Crewe, found out he’d won the National Lottery draw on May 18 during a rush-hour shift.

May 25, 2016 0 comments Human Interest, News
Nantwich tutoring business looks to expand and recruit

Nantwich tutoring business looks to expand and recruit

A Nantwich businesswoman who runs a personal tutoring company, is looking to recruit more teachers to cope with demand.

Former Brine Leas School student Laura Smith launched One-To-One Learning UK, just three years ago.

May 19, 2016 5 comments Business, Business
Halloween house in South Cheshire donates £1,000 to Marie Curie

Halloween house in South Cheshire donates £1,000 to Marie Curie

By Jonathan White
A Halloween fundraising event at a South Cheshire house helped raise more than £1,000 for the charity Marie Curie.

Richard and James Stack dressed up their garden on Holland Street, Crewe, into zones consisting of a spooky living room and a gravestone garden.

May 14, 2016 0 comments Charity news, Health, News
Family pay tribute to young Shavington man killed on A500 bypass

Family pay tribute to young Shavington man killed on A500 bypass

The family of a 20-year-old Shavington man killed on the A500 bypass near Nantwich have paid tribute to him.

Kieran Barker, 20, died following a collision with an HGV on the dual carriageway at Shavington earlier this week.