Loughborough College scoops four top prizes at 2019 UK Young Restaurant Team of the Year
Loughborough College has scooped four top prizes at the prestigious 2019 UK Young Restaurant Team of the Year grand final.
Two trios of young chefs representing Loughborough College and its Radmoor restaurant lined up with three other finalists from across the country before being announced as winners across four of the five categories.
Grace McGreal, Kieran Rudolph and Ryan Archer were awarded Best Menu and the Ignite for Imagination accolades while Finlay Royle, Isabel Morris and Toby Booty received Best Use of Living Ingredients, with Toby taking the Best Service title.
London and Bollywood beckon for Roby as Loughborough College talented drama dozen head for success
London and Bollywood are beckoning for Loughborough College performing arts student Roby Singh – just one of a talented ‘drama dozen’ set for success
Loughborough College signs brand new national charter – reaffirming its commitment to supporting student and staff mental health and wellbeing
Loughborough College has reaffirmed its commitment to support staff and students with their mental health and wellbeing by signing up to a brand new national charter.
The Charter was created, in conjunction with mental health experts, by the Association of Colleges (AoC), who last year selected the College's intiatives to feature in in its Mental Health and Wellbeing publication, launched in Westminster.
Loughborough College highlights lives transformed through learning in the community
Loughborough College has been highlighting its work in the community – as it hosted a town celebration of learning.
The ceremony at the Shree Ram Centre in Loughborough marked the achievements of College students on the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses and guests included the Mayor of Charnwood, Councillor Brenda Seaton.
Loughborough College CEO John Doherty, who joined the Mayor at the ceremony, said: “Being part of a wider community is incredibly important to us. It’s at the heart of the work we do inside and outside the College.
World Cup last four clash sees Loughborough College players set to line up for Lionesses
Tonight’s last four clash sees players from Loughborough College set to line up for the Lionesses against USA – with the chance for England to reach the Women’s World Cup final for the first time.
Steph Houghton, Jade Moore, Jilly Scott, Toni Duggan, Ellen White and Karen Carney were all selected for Phil Neville’s side – and joining Gaby Logan to commentate at the Stade de Lyon will be footballing legend, and another former Loughborough College student, Jordan Nobbs.
Globe trotting performance takes Loughborough College audience on uplifting journey
A Loughborough College audience has been taken on an uplifting journey through a globe-trotting performance created by students with a range of physical and learning needs.
‘Boogie Travels’ was a celebration of music and dance from across the world, including the United States, China, India - and beyond it, with a sequence set in outer space. There was even a ‘commercial break’ with spoof adverts filmed by the students across the College.
Loughborough College athlete smashes world record
Loughborough College athlete Amy Hunt has set a world under-18 200m record.
Not only did Amy smash Dina Asher-Smith’s British under-20 record but her time of 22.42 puts her at number three on the all-time senior rankings – and she only turned 17 in May.
“Honestly still in shock, thank you so much to everyone who made this possible,” said Amy, taking to twitter after her triumph at the Mannheim junior international in Germany on Sunday.
BBC TV highlights unique Motorsport UK programme at Loughborough College
BBC television has been highlighting the country’s only course designed for racing drivers, based at Loughborough College.
The unique programme, created by Motorsport UK in association with the College, offers the skills needed to make it as a professional - and BBC East Midlands Today Sport reporter Angela Rafferty visited the College to discover more.
Loughborough College Space students honoured
Loughborough College students completing the country’s first ever post-16 Space Engineering course have been celebrated at a glittering ceremony marking their achievements.
Loughborough College CEO John Doherty joins forces with every FE college leader in England in unprecedented move to seek urgent action on education review
Loughborough College CEO John Doherty has joined forces with every leader from every general further education college in England to seek urgent action on the government’s recent post-18 Education review.
In an unprecedented move, the 203 college leaders have written an open letter to the Chancellor and Secretary of State for Education, urging them to “answer the calls from business” and respond to the “challenges of technological change and Brexit” by implementing the recommendations of The Augar Review.
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