College supports charity initiative to combat legal highs!

College supports charity initiative to combat legal highs!

PARENTS, students and youngsters are all being warned over the danger of so-called ‘legal highs’ after a charity was given £250,000 to tackle the use of such substances in the Potteries. Re-Solv landed the Lottery funding to pay for a prevention project in North Staffordshire, helping raise awareness over the pitfalls of the psychoactive substances. … Continued

Secondary College welcomes high school students.

Secondary College welcomes high school students.

Students from local high schools across North Staffordshire had a sneak preview of college life this week when they visited Stoke on Trent College. Pupils from Discovery, Excel, Sandon, Birches Head, Co-op, St Peters, Madeley, Moorside and Wolstanton visited the colleges first ever Secondary College. The year 10 youngsters had the chance to have a … Continued

Staff and Students celebrate success at their graduation!

Staff and Students celebrate success at their graduation!

    Staff and students from Stoke on Trent College have been celebrating their success at Graduation ceremonies this week.  Students from across the college attended the ceremonies at Trentham Gardens whilst apprentices celebrated their success at the County Showground in Stafford. Amongst those celebrating was Lyndsay O Brian from Erskine, studied with Staffordshire University in … Continued

The Cream of China Tea!

The Cream of China Tea!

  Youngsters on a cultural exchange from China will be creating their own Afternoon Tea Party on Friday. This is just one of the activities the students from the Dong Lu School of Shanghai Gaoqiao have been participating in since they arrived in the City at the weekend. On Monday this week, the students were … Continued

Students avoid the Hangman’s Noose!

Students avoid the Hangman’s Noose!

Students from Stoke on Trent College were on their best behaviour on a recent trip to Blackpool, in an attempt to avoid the hangman’s noose! Ned Barlow, a hangman of Lancaster Castle in the 1700’s, displayed a rare sign of mercy on the youngsters as he showed them around the Blackpool Tower Dungeon. The ESOL … Continued

College awarded for health and wellbeing of students.

College awarded for health and wellbeing of students.

  Stoke on Trent College has been recognised with an award for its excellence in the health and wellbeing of its students. The College was one of the first in the country to secure a healthy further education college standard in 2010, and its continued work in the development of the learners’ health has gone … Continued

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