News articles from July 2012

Come Watch the Games at Cafe 2012

Aylesbury College will host Cafe 2012 Monday through Friday, 30th July through 10th August from 11am to 4pm.  Come watch the games or try out the many other activities available, both indoors and out.  This event is free and is open to all over the age of 13.  Food and refreshments will be for sale.

Aylesbury College Gets Royal Seal of Approval

HRH Princess Alexandra visited Aylesbury College on 3rd July to launch a year of celebrations to mark the College’s 50th Year. Princess Alexandra’s visit was apt as she opened the College in 1963.

Aylesbury College Bakes Royal Cake

Aylesbury College staff and students were honored to be chosen to prepare a cake for Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh for the Henley Summer Garden Party on 25th June to commemorate HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Celebrating Achievement

On 28th June Aylesbury College will be celebrating the many achievements of our students, staff, employers and stakeholders.

Car Boot Sale at Aylesbury College

Aylesbury College is holding its first-ever car boot sale on Saturday 30th June 2012 in the car park at the rear of theCollege.

New Degree in Sport Coaching Now Available

Aylesbury College announced today that it now offers a Foundation Degree in Sport Coaching.  In affiliation with the University of Bedfordshire and the world renown Stoke Manville Stadium, this two year degree teaches skills needed to coach different sports including both the physical and mental issues behind performance.

Public Service Students visit Crown Court

Aylesbury College students gained a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the court system recently when they met with the Clerk of Court and Judge Sheridan at the Aylesbury Crown Court.

Students to Showcase Year’s Work

Students from across the various curriculum areas will showcase their work on the next Open Day on 14th June.  Students from the visual arts, performing arts, fashion and other curriculum areas will have their end-of-year projects on display.

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