Two Bury College Performing Arts students are taking their careers centre stage after earning substantial scholarships for prestigious stage schools.
ANIMAL MANAGEMENT STUDENTS QUEST FOR NATURE CONSERVATION
Bury College Animal Care students have completed a unique project with the Canal & River Trust, a charity which cares for the nation’s 2,000 miles of canals and rivers, which has provided learners with a rare opportunity to work on a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
FUNDRAISING FESTIVAL RAISES FUNDS FOR ONCE IN A LIFETIME TRIP
The hugely popular Bury College BFEST returned for 2017 and raised an incredible £3,000 which will go towards a residential trip for Foundation Studies students.
HOSTILE INTRUDER EVENT PREPARES COLLEGES
Bury College was proud to host the Hostile Intruder Event, a workshop which shared best practice and prepared individuals for possible intruder situations.
BURY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY CENTRE GRADUATION CEREMONY 2017
The class of 2017 took to the stage to mark their outstanding achievements as Bury College University Centre celebrated the fantastic success of graduates.
JOB SUCCESS FOR BURY COLLEGE STUDENT
A former Bury College student has secured employment at a popular Bury pub upon completion of a course which helps learners progress successfully into the world of work.
TRAVEL STUDENTS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ARE FLYING HIGH
Ambitious students from Bury College and Bury College University Centre are developing the skills needed to progress their careers as they gain an insight into working overseas in the travel industry.
TRAINEE TEACHERS SHARE BEST PRACTICE WITH LIKE-MINDED PEERS
Trainee teachers studying the Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) visited the University of Bolton and delivered workshops on how to integrate British Values into teaching sessions. The sessions, which were delivered to like-minded peers also studying the PGCE course, received acclaimed feedback from attendees.
Building and Maintenance Apprentices help with Community Initiative - 26/6/17
Bury College apprentices have embarked on a community initiative which will help high school pupils from the local area. Apprentices completing the Level 2 NVQ in Building Maintenance undertook a renovation project at Philips High School. Using the skills and knowledge they have gained during their apprenticeship, learners put their expertise into practice to refurbish the sch ...
BURY COLLEGE CADETS BACK MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK
Students completing the BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Health Sciences) Multi Professional Cadet Scheme joined Bury Council and local providers and partners to support better mental health for the residents of Bury. An event, which took place at Bury Town Hall, included speeches from the interim Chief Executive of Bury Council and the Mayor of Bury Councillor Mike Connolly.