As part of College Employability Month, our Level 3 Forensic Science students took part in a forensic science investigation as part of their units 32 (Forensic Evidence Collection & Analysis) and the findings to write an offender profile for unit 35 (Applications of Forensic Psychology). The workshop was facilitated by Thinkers in Education, are a specialist STEM organisation.
On 28th March, our Music Instrument Making and Repair students had a talk from Ben Filmer–Sankey, Roll Library and Archive Manager of the prestigious Musical Museum in Brentford, London. The talk focused on the restoration of rare musical instruments, notably rare pianos.
In the second of our Merton Adult Education case studies, we recently spoke to Christine Billa; who has progressed from a Level 1 Preparing to Work in Schools to a Supported Teaching and Learning Level 2 course, to fulfil her dream ambition of working in education as an Early Years Teacher.
On 2nd April, our Level 2 and Level 3 Travel & Tourism students went on a tour of the Natural History Museum, as part of their UK attractions module. The study visit enabled our learners to go behind the scenes of London’s most famous museum, situated in Kensington, West London.
On 14th March. our Level 1 and Level 2 Hairdressing students hosted a Hair Show at the College, which culminated showing their own unique designs to both students, curriculum staff and invited friends & family. The Hair Show was the practical element of two units of our Hairdressing courses.