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Students Enjoy Work Experience with Evolution

More than 40 Aylesbury College students have gained valuable work experience this week, working on a video shoot with renowned local video production company, Evolution. Students jumped at the opportunity to get involved in front of and behind the camera.First…

Student Fundraising for Lattitude charity

Aylesbury College A Levels student Emma is fundraising for international development charity, Lattitude, a non-profit organisation aiming to support young people in improving the lives of others globally.In September Emma will be going with Lattitude to Malawi to volunteer…

Students Victorious at Mark Webber Challenge

Yesterday saw the second Mark Webber Challenge event, which took place at Green Park. Eight teams from six local colleges took part: Aylesbury College, Amersham and Wycombe College, East Berkshire College, Milton Keynes College, Henley College and West Herts College.…

Media Make-up Students Impress in Competition

On 5th May a group of Media Make-Up students at Aylesbury College took part in an in-class competition, designing and completing dramatic looks for their models. The students had to create a mood board to inspire their look, and then…

Aylesbury College to host Chemistry at Work event for students

On Tuesday 5th May Aylesbury College will be hosting a Chemistry at Work event, delivered by Chemistry in Action. Chemistry in Action work with schools in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and Oxfordshire running Chemistry at Work events for students…

Karen Mitchell in list of 100 Inspirational Women

Aylesbury College Principal and CEO Karen Mitchell has been included in Buckinghamshire Life Magazine's list of 100 Inspirational Women, the cover feature of their May 2015 issue.The article lists 100 inspiring women, "society leaders, icons, creative talents, business super stars and…

Catering students inspired by Chefs from The Raj Restaurant

Level 2 Professional Cookery students were recently visited by two chefs from The Raj in Wendover: Ricky Ahmed, head chef and proprietor, and Sarwar Siddique, commis chef.The students watched a 2 hour demonstration of authentic Indian cooking dishes including:Chicken Bhuna…

Students Make Sure They Are Up For The Job

Students from Aylesbury College are being given the opportunity to improve their employability skills as part of Prepare for Work, a new programme developed by the National Skills Academy for Financial Services and supported by Barclays. The programme is designed…

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