Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Week took place at Bucks College Group last week and included an art exhibition by students and staff, talks to staff by various individuals invited in for the occasion and a special celebratory event on Friday where staff and students were rewarded for their artistic skills with prizes handed out by Ian Barham (Chair of Governors) and John McGrath, Vice Principal Corporate Services for the college.
Buckinghamshire College Group in conjunction with construction giant Eiffage Kier is launching exciting new pathways into construction this month with two and three week courses that are all completely free of charge.
Ex-Foundation Degree Musical Theatre student Robyn Rose recently finished her West End debut in the Book of Mormon musical and now Bucks College Group can announce that another recent Higher Education student, Tre Copeland-Williams, has joined the UK tour of the Book of Mormon, which opens in June in Manchester.
Buckinghamshire College Group students were victorious in this year's Dave Earle Youth Challenge (formerly the Mark Webber Challenge) at RAF Halton this week, having previously won the prestigious trophy in 2018.
College Performance Coach, Dominic Brumwell recently delivered a presentation to students covering the environment, conservation and sustainability. During this session students discovered that the Plastic Island in the Pacific Ocean is now estimated to be around the size of Europe - much to the students’ surprise!
Performing arts students at the Amersham campus recently welcomed West End performer Tristan Crabtree to the College. Tristan delivered a stage combat and fight workshop to Musical Theatre Level 3 Students in preparation for their next performance - Urinetown the Musical, which will be playing at Theatre on the Hill, Amersham Campus on June 13th and 14th at 7:30pm.
Last week, Level 3 Acting for Stage & Screen students were thrilled to be involved with the local community by performing two pieces of Children’s Theatre at a local primary school, St George's C of E Infant School in Amersham.
Harlequin sprung floors, the biggest name in the dance floor business, has laid a new sprung floor for performing arts students at the Amersham campus. The new floor offers assurance of better protection from injuries for dancers with reduced risk of injury through impact, slipping or falling.
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