It has been a jubilant June for the students, staff and animals at Brinsbury College.
Chichester College is offering people the chance to learn something new and experience unique opportunities with a series of free talks in June.
Monday 24 June marks the start of a series of sessions arranged as part of the Festival of Learning, a national celebration of lifelong learning organised by the Learning and Work Institute.
The aim of the Festival of Learning is to encourage local communities to take part in activities that raise awareness of the wide range of opportunities and resources available for adults looking to continue, or resume, their education.
The Chichester College Group has welcomed new review of post-18 education and funding, which was published today (30 May).
The long-awaited review, which was conducted by an independent panel chaired by Philip Augar, makes a number of recommendations for Government to consider which would improve the quality and capability of further education (FE) across the country.
The recommendations include:
Fun for all the family. That was the verdict after another brilliant Brinsbury Show at the weekend.
Chichester College’s netball team have been crowned champions of the Chichester Premier Division.
Spring has sprung in style at the Brinsbury farm.
The farm, part of Brinsbury College's campus, has welcomed more than 500 new additions - all born during March and April.
Determination, dedication and sheer talent. The trio of traits that helped Chloe Buchanan win a national education award for her achievements at Chichester College.
A football fairytale come true.
That’s how Chichester College’s Female Football Academy’s rise to golden glory at this year’s AoC Sport National Championships has been described.