- Created on Monday, 11 July 2011 07:55
Key Educationalists visit the English Riviera Geopark
The Principals of South Devon College (Stephen Criddle), Brixham College (Mark Eager), Paignton Community College (Jane English) and Torquay Community College (Gill Battye) met recently to find out more about the enhancements made to Rock Walk which has been renovated with money from the Sea Change fund.
Stephen Criddle, Mark Eager,
- Created on Friday, 08 July 2011 09:44
ACE booklet THE WRITE WAY on sale in Torbay
The ACE Write Way Group meet each Thursday and their recently completed a book of poetry and prose is the result of much laughter mixed with serious discussion. Everyone brings their life experiences to the sessions and their book shows adults who return to learning can get so much from the experience. Second time around can be better. The Write Way shows
- Created on Monday, 27 June 2011 09:21
A CONSERVATION SITE, rich in wildlife, is beginning to take shape at South Devon College’s Vantage Point campus in Paignton.
Back in November, the College acquired a successful National Lottery bid of £10,000 to fund the development of an educational, interactive conservation site and wildlife area, complete with large pond, on a two acre site at the top of the campus.
Since then, students
- Created on Thursday, 23 June 2011 09:35
DEVON’S YOUNG LADY FOOTBALLERS are being sought to join the new intake of South Devon College Football Academy students during special training days organised for the last week of June.
Both the ladies and boys academies are recruiting for the next academic year following a very successful spell since their inception into the British Colleges South West Regional League. The boys’
- Created on Thursday, 23 June 2011 09:14
“ECO-PUNK” FASHION will be on catwalk display at South Devon College next week for a charity fashion show in aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
All Level 3 and 4 art students, studying textiles at the College, have created all the garments themselves using original recyclable items and thrown away clothing supplied by Children’s Hospice South West. Many outfits are