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.
Shrewsbury Colleges Group (SCG) and The Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) will combine forces next month to host the first joint NHS Careers Live Event for young people in education. The event will showcase the range of exciting careers available with the county’s largest employer.
A new Higher Education Centre has been officially opened by Shrewsbury Colleges Group; showcasing the work and social areas that the HE students have been enjoying for the past three months.
Students from Shrewsbury Colleges Group have been working hard on their performances for their annual Christmas Concert, which is open to the public.
The students, who study at the English and Welsh Bridge Campuses, are putting on their festive concert in the Wakeman Hall on 18 December at 7.30pm to family, friends and members of the public.
The highest quality national house builder has kindly donated resources to advance the learning of Bricklaying apprentices and students at Shrewsbury Colleges Group.
David Wilson Homes has recently started working with Shrewsbury Colleges Group investing in six apprentices, five Bricklayers and one Carpenter. SCG offers a wide variety of construction Apprenticeships for school leavers and people who want to progress in or change their career, from a variety of trades through to HNC in Construction and the Built Environment.