Beauty Therapy students provided some Christmas cheer for elderly visitors at the Jubilee Park Community Centre. The learners gave free manicures and arm massages to members of the community, who had been invited for Christmas dinner.
Health & Social Care staff and students embraced the festive spirit for a good cause by wearing Christmas jumpers. The group were raising money for the charity Sled Dogs as Therapy UK.
Employers and local providers gathered for The Changing Face of Apprenticeships Event to learn more about the new levy. Questions were answered at a business breakfast by the college’s Head of Projects & Innovation, Simon Griffiths.
Performing arts students made their panto debut, wowing theatre audiences with six shows. The students performed Camelot for over 600 local primary schoolchildren! Assistant Principal Kate Whiting said: “It was great! You can see the amount of hard work that has gone in from all of the staff and students to make a really entertaining … Continued
Sandwell College students and staff raised more than £240 from their Christmas Market! The proceeds will go towards Acorns Children’s Hospice.