Students learn about Policing Degrees

criminology talk

Thank you to Jenna Page and Angi Hart from the University of Worcester for delivering a talk on Criminology and Policing degrees and careers advice to some of our Year 12 and Year 13 Criminology students. Our students found the talk extremely useful and informative, and particularly enjoyed the Policing activity, which they engaged with…

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Students Supporting Local Charity

HSC charity

Second year Health and Social Care students are sending Christmas messages to older adults who are socially isolated and experiencing loneliness in support of the charity MHA Communities. In many cases they are living with dementia or are visually/aurally impaired. MHA Communities train volunteer befrienders to pay weekly visits to the homes of these vulnerable…

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Air Ambulance Visit to College makes BBC News

Life saving training

Our Public Service students (and teacher Kim Martin) made the BBC News further to the recent visit of the Air Ambulance crew. Skip to 27 minutes 6 seconds of the below link to see them in action! https://www.bbc.co.uk/…/e…/m000fs5b/bbc-news-at-one-27022020

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PGCE PE Trainee Teachers visit WSFC

PGCE students from University of Worcester visit College

On Monday, 20th January, 11 PGCE PE trainee teachers from the University of Worcester visited College to experience a day in further education. The day consisted of observing A Level PE and Sport Applied lessons and a question and answer session with the Head of Sport, Wes Davis, on the differences between teaching in a high school…

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Police and Crime Commissioner speaks to WSFC students

PCC visit to College

On 15th November John Campion, Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Mercia region, visited Worcester Sixth Form College to speak to Public Service students about his role and what he was intending to achieve. Students had a chance to ask questions about policing and how he conducts his role. Questioning the person responsible for…

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Norland College students speak to CPLD students

Norland Nannies visit college

Thank you to former WSFC students and Norland College students Eleanor Rose and Laura Hyrons for speaking to CPLD Level 3 students on Friday. They explained what Norland College had to offer and the opportunities available to Norland College students which includes support even after completion of degrees. Eleanor and Laura spoke about the subjects…

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Worcester Sixth Form College Business students inspired by Entrepreneurs

Business Entrepreneur day

On Tuesday, 5th November Worcester Sixth Form College students of Business participated in this year’s annual Entrepreneur Day. The event was organised by second year BTEC Business Level 3 students as part of their coursework unit for event management. The day began with presentations from two successful local entrepreneurs – Katy Rees of Smile Education…

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WSFC hosts Criminology Conference

Criminology conference

Thank you to Jenna-Louise Page and Michelle Clarke from the University of Worcester for speaking to our students about Criminology and Policing. To find out more about the Criminology Applied Level 3 course that we offer visit one of our forthcoming Open Events (24th October or 12th November).

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Work Experience at Choice Radio

Choice Radio - work experience

I recently went for a day’s work experience at Worcester Hospital Radio – Choice Radio. It was help set up by June Devonport in Student Services and I loved every minute of it! I was shadowing one of the DJs there – David, he was a super nice guy and answered all my burning questions,…

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Ignotus Travel by Max Ryding

Italy

Social media, too many it is part of everyday life from messaging friends, to uploading your best ‘selfies’ with the hopes of gaining more likes and followers. When I first started my BTec IT assignment ‘Using social media in business’ I had no idea the role social media played in helping businesses achieve their goals…

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