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.
Plumbing apprentices at Bucks College Group’s Wycombe campus visited Stuart Turner in Henley on Thames this week. They were there to see current and future pump and heating technology developments from Britain’s oldest and biggest shower pump manufacturer/supplier.
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Dance students present their final major performance this month - The Company 2019 –Dance Showcase, which is performed over May 8/9/10th at the Theatre on the Hill within the Amersham campus.
‘In April 2019, Wheelpower hosted the 32nd Inter Spinal Unit Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium which saw 15 Spinal and Neuro Rehabilitation Units from across the country take part is 24 different sports.
UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma Musical Theatre students put on a Cabaret evening at the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury last night. This was the first event of its kind from Buckinghamshire College Group and a fantastic opportunity for students to show off their singing skills on the two year full-time course to a packed audience.
A recent 2-day Ofsted Monitoring Visit found that the Amersham and Wycombe campuses (previously College) had made ‘significant progress’, since its merger with Aylesbury College to form the Buckinghamshire College Group 17 months ago.
Peter Jones Enterprise Academy students were recently visited by local Forestry Commission worker Katie Stapleton. Katie came into college to talk to students about her work at Wendover Woods and of the opportunities for business students.
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