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This week, BTEC Graphic Design students began a project producing branding materials for a local, Keele based, bee-keeping group.

The initial phase of this invaluable ‘real world’ introduction to the field of graphic design

Port Vale ball girls and boys are now stepping out in new kit following a sponsorship deal with the City of Stoke-on-Trent College Sixth Form College.

The agreement marks a strengthening of links

Hundreds more students are taking part in sport after the College launched a major project to encourage regular exercise. Over the last five years, we have seen a 261 per cent increase in the number

This week, College students and staff celebrated the achievements of local, national and international women through a range of fundraising activities, in the College Atrium. International Women’s Day is a global event, celebrating the

Over 47 students from the Biddulph area attended talks from local inspirational women about their careers and achievements. Chief Fire Officer, Rebecca Bryant, and Chief Inspector, Clare Francis, shared their experiences of working in the

Sixth Form Alumnus, George Wright, visited the College to share his experiences of being a student at the Royal Northern College Music. Speaking with current BTEC Music students, George offered musicianship advice, talked about his

Committed Accounting students used one of their half terms days to attend a conference held by major firm, PwC. The purpose of the conference was to give students interested in a career in accountancy, valuable

Candidates from Stoke-on-Trent Central’s upcoming by election visited the College this week. The candidates participated in a hust, organised by Government & Politics teacher Natalie Allen. Intended to encourage our students to

This afternoon, Futures Programme students were given an inspirational talk from the principal of the Sixth Form College, Mark Kent. The focus of the talk was ‘leadership,’ a subject highly relevant to all students on