Category Archives: The College
The first female college principal in the Midlands, Patricia Twyman, died last night, aged 75.
Bournville College students had a chance to participate in a debate around EU referendum taking place on 23rd June as they attended a talk from Anthea McIntyre, Birmingham Euro MP.
Bournville College recently hosted a week-long initiative –“Support your Local Community”. During the week, students were able to find out information about a range of volunteer opportunities and undertook projects supporting the community organised by the Student Union.
As an outcome of the recent area review it has been recommended that South & City College Birmingham and Bournville College merge to form a single college. Both brands will be retained as will provision on the Longbridge site.
The fundraising efforts from Bournville College’s charity ball held last week will be buying an ECG machine for the neonatal unit at Birmingham Women’s Hospital.
Birmingham-based street artist Liskbot who designed front cover of Bournville College’s prospectus for school leavers in 2013, is the second artist to use the new Atrium Wall at Millennium Point.
Bournville College recently hosted a week-long progression initiative – Route to Success, to help students learn about a variety of opportunities available to them during next academic year.
Bournville College Catering and Hospitality Level 2 and 3 students visited the famous Billingsgate fish market and Seafood Training School on 19th January to learn about fish and seafood as well as preparing a selection of recipes using sustainable species.
A project centred around the theme of people finding their voice enabled students with autism studying at Bournville College to contribute to an exhibition produced by Tom Cross. The exhibition called Unheard Voices which was installed at Bournville College’s Learning Resource Centre for the duration of four months, explored challenges faced by people who can’t […]