Loughborough College UK women top 50 engineer named as Education Awards finalist
After being named amongst the UK’s top 50 woman engineers under 35 by the Daily Telegraph, Chloe Fountain joins two other Loughborough College students as a finalist in the 2018 Leicester Mercury Education Awards.
Chloe is in the running for the Apprentice of the Year title alongside Harrison Grossman, while Grace Fleming has been shortlisted for Student of the Year.
Education awards name space apprentice amongst three Loughborough College finalists
Space apprentice Harrison Grossman has been named as one of three Loughborough College finalists for this year’s Leicester Mercury Education Awards.
The 22 year old has been shortlisted alongside Chloe Fountain for Apprentice of the Year, while sport student Grace Fleming is in line for the Student of the Year title.
Alongside studying with Loughborough College, Harrison works at the Leicester University Space Research Centre on a three year Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering Manufacturing.
BBC hears from Loughborough College rugby star Jodie
BBC Radio has been talking to Loughborough College rugby star Jodie Ounsley, following her Young Deaf Sports Personality of the Year win.
Ben Jackson was joined live in the studio by the 17 year old sport student and Loughborough College Head of Women’s Rugby Brad Jones to talk about Jodie’s international success across a range of sports – which started at five years old.
Three Loughborough College students named as finalists in Education Awards
Loughborough College has congratulated students Grace Fleming, Chloe Fountain and Harrison Grossman who have all been named as finalists in the Leicester Mercury Education Awards 2018.
Chloe and Harrison have each been shortlisted for the Apprentice of the Year title while Grace Fleming is in line for the Student of the Year accolade.
Tributes pour in as Loughborough College Radmoor Nursery leading light retires
Tributes poured in at the retirement of Veronica Savill - a leading light in the town’s community and at Loughborough College’s Radmoor Nursery for almost quarter of a century.
Thousands of Loughborough children, their parents and guardians have passed through the doors of the nursery since Veronica established it 23 years ago, with many returning to join the thank you event, which lasted an entire day and evening – and coincided with the nursery manager’s 67th birthday.
Young Deaf Sports Personality of the Year Award goes to Loughborough College rugby star
Loughborough College rugby star Jodie Ounsley has been named 2018 Young Deaf Sports Personality of the Year.
The 17 year old received her award at a glittering ceremony at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester at the weekend. “I was really honoured to have won. The award is for all those people who have helped me over the years from various sports. All that advice and support plays a big part in being successful.
Masterchef The Professionals finalist Louisa Ellis shares talent at Loughborough College
Masterchef: The Professionals finalist Louisa Ellis has been sharing her talent with students at the latest Loughborough College high profile guest chef evening.
Loughborough College falls silent in remembrance
In the centenary year of the end of the First World War, Loughborough College this morning fell silent in remembrance of those who have lost their lives in battle.
In an outdoor service marking Armistice Day, College chaplain Chris Taylor addressed students and staff and read the poem In Flanders Field by John McCrae. Caring Services lead Bernadette Barker shared the story of Loughborough soldier Albert Stanford, who was killed in action on 25 September 1915 at the age of 16, the same age as many of the gathered students.
Loughborough College rugby star in line for 2018 Young Deaf Sports Personality of the Year Award
Loughborough College rugby star Jodie Ounsley is in line for the 2018 Young Deaf Sports Personality of the Year title at this weekend’s glittering awards ceremony.
The 17 year old sport student was part of the England team which earlier this year won all five of their games to become World Deaf Rugby 7s Champions in Sydney, Australia. Under RFU rules, players should normally be 18 or older to play senior international rugby but Jodie was granted special permission.
Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant appoints Loughborough College student
HM Lord Lieutenant for Leicestershire, Michael Kapur OBE, has appointed an Army Cadet from Loughborough College to assist him with official duties.
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