Shrewsbury Colleges Group students will dazzle audiences for three nights as they perform the ELECTRIFYIN’ musical, Grease.
Students from all three campuses are members of MaDA, Shrewsbury Colleges Group’s enrichment program for Music and Dramatic Arts. They have been working hard at rehearsals to get ready for their performance in Wakeman Hall next week. The famous musical, which is narrated using the songs we all know and love, will be performed from March 27 to 29 (Weds to Fri).
Every year, A Level students from Shrewsbury Colleges Group take part in the UK Mathematics Trust (UKMT) Individual Senior Maths Challenge.
Shrewsbury Colleges Group hosted the annual High Sheriff of Shropshire Young Citizenship Awards last week, celebrating exceptional young people who are helping others or overcoming adversity.
Engineering apprentices bring home WorldSkills medals after designing and building an electric wheelchair from scratch.
A team of Ricoh Engineering apprentices competed in the WorldSkills UK National finals that took place at Birmingham NEC. The team of three took part in the ‘Manufacturing Team Challenge’ and had to build an electric wheelchair that they had designed and tested in their spare time.
An international artist representation agency approached Shrewsbury Colleges Group to get photography-enthused students involved in their I♥Shrewsbury project.
Tea & Water Pictures, based in London and New York, asked students to use photography to tell a story of somebody who lives or works in Shrewsbury. The winning student will have their photographs and story published in the first edition of the I♥Shrewsbury magazine and will also get the chance to spend the day with Jørn Tomter, an experienced and professional photographer.
Department for Education (DfE) 2018 Performance Tables published last week confirmed Shrewsbury Colleges Group students make outstanding progress at A Level.
The recently published DfE Performance Tables show the results of sixth-form students in independent schools, grammar schools, 11-16 schools and colleges.
Award-winning hairdresser, Lee Stafford, visited Shrewsbury to inspire college students.
Lee Stafford’s career began by cutting friends’ and family’s hair in his Mum’s living room. Since then he has won multiple awards, including Men’s British Hairdresser of the Year in 1998 and opened seven salons. He has now progressed on to education, through the Lee Stafford Education Academy and is passionate about sharing his wisdom with new Hairdressers.
A former Shrewsbury Colleges Group A Level student is hitting all the right notes in the multiple award-winning musical, Hamilton.
Stephenson Ardern-Sodje, who completed his Film Studies, English Combined and Classical Civilisation A Levels at SCG in 2009, has been singing and rapping on the West End stage since 2017 as a member of the Hamilton cast.
Bricklaying apprentices studying at the London Road Campus are to benefit from a generous donation of bricks and blocks from local contractor Morris Property.
The College has taken delivery of 2500, 65mm facing bricks and 288 solid concrete blocks that will be used by apprentices to build and then deconstruct walls as part of their practical training.