Students from Buckinghamshire College Group were featured on BBC News today as part of a story about the ‘Inspiration Programme’ organised by Action4Youth. The organisation aims to provide fun, transformational experiences for all young people whatever their background or ability.
Ninety-eight students from Public Services, Sport and Health and Social Care from the Aylesbury campus recently took part in the Calecote Xpereince, a residential community project (NCS) with Action4Youth over the course of two weeks at Caldecotte Park, Milton Keynes.
Robyn Marshall, former Foundation Degree Musical Theatre student, is currently appearing in the West End musical The Book of Mormon. Robyn studied at the Amersham campus for two years before being awarded a full scholarship to Urdang Academy, London, where she worked to obtain a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre.
Buckinghamshire College Group is one of just 20 FE colleges nationwide to have been successfully accepted to the Taking Teaching Further Scheme, as reported in an article in FE Week - read the full story here.
Awarding body UAL have released a video of the UAL Origins Creative Arts Festival 2018. Buckinghamshire College Group, Level 3 Acting student Maia Cebula Mackenzie, won the Performing and Production Arts Award at the Festival for demonstrating exceptional commitment to her work.
Former Level 3 Music Performance student Elliot Horne is currently starring in the latest X-Factor TV series with boy band United Vibe.
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