Highlands College

Highlands College


We asked what you wanted to see offered through our Highlands ACE - Adult & Community Education provision; you said "art-related courses," "more arts and crafts," "art-focused," and "sketching, painting and using various media."

Meet our new tutor Lisa MacDonald, a practicing professional artist who will teach courses that range from Drawing for Beginners to Mixed Media.

We have daytime and evening options with Lisa, starting 23 January. Please head here to view the courses on offer or to enrol: https://www.highlandsace.com/art-courses

Architects, Jamie Falla & Lucrezia from Studio Otto, together with Josh Noad of Atelier Noad & Yu, generously gave up their time today to deliver a design workshop to the Year 1, Level 3 students.

Students are starting to analyse their sites in order to develop initial concept designs. This afternoon was an incredible opportunity for students to meet award-winning architects to see how they work and mimic it.

As a community we are deeply saddened by the tragic passing of our dear colleague Kathleen McGinness.

Kathleen worked across several areas of Highlands College over many years. All who knew her will remember a kind and caring person; professional, perceptive, and understanding of other's needs. Most of all, Kathleen was a treasured wife, mother, and grandmother.

Jo Terry-Marchant, Principal of Highlands College, shared, “I gained a lot personally from Kath’s support and guidance, she had a wealth of knowledge and expertise and treated everyone with the utmost respect and kindness.”

We send our heartfelt condolences from the Highlands College community to Kathleen’s family, grandchildren and friends.
This qualification is suitable for anyone looking to increase their knowledge of children and young people’s mental health.

The course will run over 5 workshops (6pm - 9pm) at Highlands College starting in January 2023. The dates are as follows:
11 January
8 February
8 March
19 April
10 May

You can learn more about the course by visiting our website: http://bit.ly/3hCtMwA . Please register your interest by emailing [email protected]

Merry Christmas from all at Highlands College and University College Jersey!

We wish you a safe, happy and healthy break, and look forward to welcoming back our students and staff in the New Year.

📸 Drawing by Sham, a hair and beauty student from our 14-16 provision (image depicts an end of term party at College with hot chocolate, pastries and games)
Thank you to Love Bird Studio for making our Level 3 Health and Social Care students feel so welcome last week.

As part of our ongoing commitment to student enrichment, college treated the students to some pottery painting.

When the Institute of Law Jersey, Jicas Jersey, and University College Jersey took over the Jersey Bowl for their 2022 Campus Jersey Christmas celebrations...

An important part of working with children is being able to identify the difference between acceptable and unacceptable risk taking.

The playwork Level 3 students have been working together to learn how to carry out risk assessments, and to identify and minimise risks in the play environment and local community. Here they are doing some fire building.

The Soup Kitchen for Jersey Shelter Trust Fund Raising is one of our favourite community events.

This year students from the Highlands College Culinary Arts department produced a truly delicious onion soup, while students and tutors from Hair & Beauty were onsite helping to serve customers.

Pictured is a number 8 and a number 14 - which soup did/would you choose?

Highlands Academy Restaurant
The online application portal for University College Jersey (UCJ) is open! Simply head to our website to learn more about UCJ or to start your application: https://bit.ly/UniversityCollegeJersey

Alternatively, sign up to our UCJ information evening on 12 January: http://bit.ly/3EV5mWU. We will have UCJ staff, and representatives from student finance and Skills Jersey on hand to offer advice. Support and laptops will also be available should you wish to start your application on the evening.

Two mischievous elves have been running amok at Highlands College recently...

Every morning a photo of the naughty elves is posted on the Staff Wellbeing Teams Channel. Staff are invited to guess where the elves are, with prize winners being drawn at random at the end of each day.

Did you see our wonderful Highlands ACE - Adult & Community Education tutor, Aida de la Herrán Jewellery in the latest issue of Gallery Magazine?

To sign up to one of Aida's jewellery making courses: http://bit.ly/3Y5l36q

60 of our Construction and Engineering students enjoyed a well deserved enrichment treat at Jersey Bowl yesterday.

It was an opportunity for students to have some down time after an extremely busy term and allowed them to socialise with peers from other courses within the department.

Work hard, play hard!!

Congratulations to our Level 3 Performing Arts students for their recent impressive performances of ‘Find Me’ by Olwen Wymark.

The adaptation explores challenging themes around mental health, individual needs and misdiagnosis and the lack of humanity during interaction with services.

Due to the context of the play, students also worked alongside Mind Jersey and held a collection for the charity after each performance.

The online application portal for University College Jersey (UCJ) is open!

Simply head to our website to learn more about UCJ or to start your application: https://bit.ly/UniversityCollegeJersey

Alternatively, sign up to our UCJ information evening on 12 January: http://bit.ly/3EV5mWU. We will have UCJ staff, and representatives from student finance and Skills Jersey on hand to offer advice. Support and laptops will also be available should you wish to start your application on the evening.

Latest news from Highlands College in Jersey, Channel Islands If you need to contact Highlands College please use the contact information below. Box 1000, St.

General Enquiry: 01534 608 608
Student Enrolments: 01534 608 507
Student Services: 01534 608 654
Examination Centre: 01534 608 564
University Centre: 01534 608 526
Adult Education: 01534 608 655

[email protected]

Highlands College, P.O. Saviour, Jersey JE4 9QA



The Highlands Foundation has been granted £250,000 from the sale of the Le Catillon II Coin Hoard to be used to promote scientific and educational research into the hoard.

The funds will be made available before the end of the year to staff, students, and alumni of Highlands College, as well as for research by any third party in Jersey or from overseas wishing to further investigate this historic discovery.

Read more on our website 👇

Jersey Heritage

Photos from Highlands College's post 22/09/2023

On Wednesday, the Level 3 Year 2 Business students had the opportunity to "pitch it out" for a chance to win tickets to this years GREENHOUSE Jersey Business Festival for marketing and sales.

This is the second time our learners have taken part and their ambition and entrepreneurship shone through. The learners had to come up with a pitch for an advert for the event whilst including key criteria including target audience, USP, core messaging and distribution.

The winning team had a clear, concise and effective pitch that emphasised the use of pictures, the eco-friendly undertone and carousel marketing to grab the attention of their target market.

They will be joining Jacqui Patton alongside a host of expert speakers including Daniel Priestly, Dan Knowlton, May James and Joe Glover for a reworking opportunity like no other and the winners were very proud to have won the opportunity to represent the college.


𝗖𝗲𝗹𝗲𝗯𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗪𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱 𝗖𝗮𝗿 𝗙𝗿𝗲𝗲 𝗗𝗮𝘆 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝘂𝘀 𝗼𝗻 𝟮𝟮 𝗦𝗲𝗽𝘁𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿!

Highlands College encourages everyone to switch their cars for handlebars.

Embracing this change can lead to incredible benefits, including: less pollution and cleaner air, quieter neighbourhoods, less traffic and congestion, and a happier, healthier community.

Government of Jersey have kindly sponsored some new banners for our bike rack to spread more awareness of the Love to Ride initiative, and we love to see it filling up.
If you want to get involved and win some amazing prizes as part of the Cycle September, visit www.lovetoride.net.

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In the beginning of October, it will be possible to process your application through our website.

Meanwhile, view the options available through University College Jersey here: https://bit.ly/UCJcourses

A degree from UCJ will build on the knowledge and skills you have acquired at level 3, enhance your employability and broaden your horizons. Many students progress on to one of our degrees, recognising the excellent standards of teaching at Highlands and the opportunity to continue their learning in a supportive environment. The costs are low in comparison with study in the UK or abroad and employers just love our graduates.

Photos from Highlands College's post 15/09/2023

We would like to thank all the industry partners who joined our new Sixth Form learners today at their Freshers' Fayre and hope that our students enjoyed it too! 🙏

The event is designed to inspire students to get involved with local organisations; not only to enhance their skills, but also to make a positive contribution to the wider community.

Photos from Highlands College's post 05/09/2023

Congratulations to our students who have completed their Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare.

Each learner has developed and demonstrated the great levels of knowledge and skills required to support children and young people in care, as well as those who require respite care.

Learners were presented with their certificates by Joanne Dempster, Associate Director for Children’s Social Care Services and Principal Social Worker, and were supported by the Head and Lead of the Children's Service.


Are you looking to develop your career in one of the following industries: 𝗰𝘂𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗮𝗿𝘆 𝗮𝗿𝘁𝘀, 𝗿𝗲𝘁𝗮𝗶𝗹, 𝗵𝗮𝗶𝗿𝗱𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗼𝗿 𝗯𝗲𝗮𝘂𝘁𝘆 𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗮𝗽𝘆?

Come along to our enrolment day on 𝗪𝗲𝗱𝗻𝗲𝘀𝗱𝗮𝘆, 𝟲 𝗦𝗲𝗽𝘁𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝗳𝗿𝗼𝗺 𝟰𝗽𝗺 𝘁𝗼 𝟲.𝟯𝟬𝗽𝗺, to learn more about the part-time courses and apprenticeships that are available through Highlands College. We will have staff on hand to discuss your requirements and to advise on the best course to suit your needs.

To book your place at our enrolment/information day, please follow this link: https://bit.ly/44xfEYF


Congratulations to everyone who is receiving exam results today. 🎉

For those students who have applied for a full-time 6th form course with us in September, we will be in contact with you soon.

If you have met the criteria for entry onto your course, we will shortly be emailing you to confirm your place and details of start date/time etc.

If you have not met the criteria, we will contact you to discuss your options moving forward.

Any queries or concerns, please get in touch
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 608608


Are you thinking about starting a career in teaching or training or are you thinking of advancing your qualifications?

A career in teaching, learning and assessment can be incredibly rewarding, as you’ll be helping candidates to learn and sharing your enthusiasm for a subject you enjoy.

We have a range of courses for people wishing to begin a career as a teacher/trainer in the post-compulsory sector (16-19 and adult learners), or for practitioners wishing to develop their careers by adding to their current qualifications.

Email [email protected] for more information


Good luck to everyone who is receiving their GCSE results on Thursday!

For those students who have applied for a full-time 6th form course with us in September, we will be in contact with you soon.

If you have met the criteria for entry onto your course, we will shortly be emailing you to confirm your place and details of start date/time etc.

If you have not met the criteria, we will contact you to discuss your options moving forward.

Any queries or concerns, please get in touch
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 608608

Photos from Highlands College's post 17/08/2023

Congratulations to all our incredible students who received their exam results today! Your hard work, dedication, and passion have brought you to this exciting moment, and we couldn't be more proud of your achievements.

To all the lecturers, tutors, and parents who have supported these amazing students throughout their educational journey, your guidance and encouragement have made a significant impact. Thank you for helping these young minds shine brightly. Also a big thank you to Deloitte for providing delicious juices for those students who came into college to collect their results.

Let's celebrate the achievements of these brilliant individuals and wish them all the best as they set out to make their mark on the world.


If you are a student of Highlands College Sixth Form and are awaiting examination results this August, you will be able to access your results via the Highlands Connect app on results days.

If you prefer, you can come into college at specified times to collect your results, full details of which can be found on our website here: https://bit.ly/HCResults23

If you are planning to collect your results in person, please remember to bring photographic identification with you.

Good luck! 🍀


Have you ever wondered if you might make a good counsellor but aren’t sure what training is involved? Our 10-week 'Introduction to Counselling' course not only introduces you to some excellent skills that you will be able to apply immediately to your work and wider relationships, but also gives you an idea of what being a counsellor is like: https://bit.ly/3rYnIDx

Alternatively, we have a course that could change the way you engage with family and friends. That teaches you skills such as active listening and using constructive feedback to develop you professionally. Our Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills is also the next stage in becoming a counsellor. Sound interesting? Learn more here: https://bit.ly/43TsX4z

Contact Christopher Journeaux to arrange a chat and learn what Highlands College can do for you – [email protected]. Hear from our past students - https://bit.ly/3r6QAJn


We are thrilled to announce that one of our students has won a prestigious national award!

Ross Ortelli is the winner of the ‘Outstanding Academic Achievement’ category in this year’s Ascentis Access to HE Excellence Awards, and we couldn’t be prouder!

There were a record number of nominations but the judges were greatly impressed by Ross’s high standard of academic excellence and his proficiency in a full range of study skills. One judge commented, “The work completed by the learner was exceptional”.

Ross also recently won the Highlands College PRIDE Sixth-Form Award for Access to HE. We are certain that his qualities of dedication and diligence will continue to lead him to great heights in Higher Education and beyond, and we are excited to see where his academic journey takes him next.

Please join us in congratulating Ross on this remarkable accomplishment and wishing him the very best for his future endeavours! His commitment to excellence serves as inspiration to the entire Highlands College Community.

Well done, Ross! Congratulations!

Photos from Highlands College's post 25/07/2023

Skills Jersey provided a delightful culinary experience for budding chefs this Monday, as students from Mont a’ Labbe school were invited to a special cookery workshop.

Under the guidance of our resident Chef Patrick, the students learned the art of crafting Blondie Brownies. With precision and creativity, they expertly mixed white and milk chocolate brownie batter, resulting in the most glorious blondie brownies you can imagine!

But that's not all - the young chefs also got the chance to create their very own customized pizzas! From kneading the pizza dough to adding a variety of delicious toppings and sauces, they crafted personalized culinary masterpieces. The final pizzas looked incredible! 🤤

All Courses 21/07/2023

Autumn courses at Highlands ACE - Adult & Community Education are now live and open for enrolment!

All Courses

Photos from Highlands College's post 13/07/2023

Very many congratulations to our business students who have excelled in the Ashburton Investments School Challenge.

The challenge ran over six months (January to June 2023) and saw 22 teams from across the six Sixth Form schools and colleges in Jersey enter. In December, Ashburton delivered an information session to our Level 3 Year 1 students about how to best create stock portfolios, and this prompted 3 teams of students from Highlands College to enter. Students used their free time at home or over lunch to research and create portfolios of stock which the team at Ashburton then tracked for 6 months.

Our students won the trophy for best performing school, and the award for the best performing stock, with one of our student teams selecting a stock that increased in value by over 175% in the 6-month period.

Congratulations to all the students who took part from Highlands College: Micaela Fernandes, Lea Le Bailly, Chloe Perestrelo, Kelly Teixiera, Ellie Clegg, Oliwia Nikodemska, Jasmine Vieira, Jessica Fortes, Gabriel Cruz, Joel Vieira and Reef Webster.

Photos from Highlands College's post 12/07/2023

Hot on the heels of a week filled with wonderfully informative CPD sessions, the Teaching and Learning team at Highlands College coordinated a two-day Learning Conference for staff.

The Learning Conference this year was framed against our values: PRIDE.

Recognising and unlocking the POTENTIAL of staff and students through coaching.
Having RESPECT for ourselves and others through positive approaches to behaviour, mental health, and wellbeing.
Using our IMAGINATION to harness Artificial Intelligence and work towards a sustainable future.
Recognising and celebrating DIVERSITY by being inclusive-by-design.
Leading to EXCELLENCE in all we do.

Many thanks to our truly inspirational keynote speakers: Bob Craig, Eowyn Crisfield, Rosie Sharp, Jonny Kay, and Esam Baboukhan, as well as our very own Paul Spencer, Jo Gueno, Paul Bisson and Mike Watkins who delivered a series of breakout sessions.

Photos from Highlands College's post 11/07/2023

Last night we held an event to celebrate the success of our Government of Jersey funded social recovery classes.

The maths, English and ESOL classes were offered free of charge and were designed to support lifelong learning within the community. Some learners have reported being better able to assist their children with school work, others now feel more confident to make social and professional connections.

The event brought together learners as well as College tutors to celebrate the incredibly positive impact that these classes have had on the island’s community.

Photos from Highlands College's post 06/07/2023

In collaboration with Wella Professionals, the Highlands College Hair and Beauty Academy hosted an educational evening for those in the hairdressing industry.

Celebrity stylists and influencers from the national stage presented new products and demonstrated their proper application using hair models. The event was designed to upskill attendees and bring the newest global trends to Jersey, as well as allow local stylists to network.

We are proud of our partnership with Wella, and are so thrilled that members of the team were able to join us and share their knowledge: Michael Gray Hair and Ben, supported by Chris Burnell, Dani Culverwell and Hollie Graham.

We are planning further collaborations in future. If you would like to be kept in the loop, please drop an email to: [email protected]

Photos from Highlands College's post 04/07/2023

Congratulations to all Level 3 Year 1 Uniformed Services students who completed the qualifying Duke of Edinburgh expedition over Jersey and Guernsey.

A great accomplishment showing independence and solid planning, allowing for smooth navigating during the expedition.


We have a couple of information sessions lined up in July to help you understand whether an apprenticeship might be right for you, or for an employee.

These are no obligation sessions where you can meet the team, see the facilities, and learn more about how apprenticeships work generally:

Hair and Beauty coffee morning: Monday 10 July, 10am.
RSVP to: [email protected]

Automotive ‘Recharge’: Tuesday 11 July, 6pm.
Book a space via Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/3Xxpx66

If you cannot make these sessions, we will be hosting a general registration evening on Wednesday 6 September that will also include other areas of the college.

Photos from Highlands College's post 29/06/2023

We cannot believe that it has already been a week since our Sixth Form P.R.I.D.E Awards and Festival of Celebration!

As students count down to the end of term and their well-deserved Summer breaks, we thought we’d share some photos from the festival.

Paul Wright Photographer Paul Hedgie Herridge Damien Salgado Naughty Monkeys Not Posh Luxury Jersey Ice Cream Company The Party Crew Jersey Party Booth - Photo Booth Hire Stage 2 Productions

Photos from Highlands College's post 28/06/2023

We had an incredible Hair and Beauty Taster Session today with students from Le Rocquier School, aged 11-13!

Here's a quick glimpse into the day's activities:
🔍 Insights into Industries: students learned about the diverse hair and beauty sectors, discovering various career pathways.

🚀 Career Opportunities: they explored roles like hairstylists, makeup artists, beauty therapists, and more.

💅 Practical Workshops: the students enjoyed hands-on activities including hair styling, nail art, makeup application, and skincare routines.

Check out some snapshots from the session. 📸 👇

Photos from Highlands College's post 26/06/2023

Thursday, 22 June, was a day of celebration for Highlands College, with our P.R.I.D.E of Highlands College Sixth Form Awards (more on this to follow), Festival of Celebration (to mark the end of another academic year), and a reunion event for former students and staff members.

Thank you to Andy Sibcy for his wonderful column in ‘The Voice of the JEP’ where he marked the occasion and celebrated the College, writing, ‘And as well as the many other ways in which it enriches young people’s lives and gives them opportunities for growth, the role Highlands plays in building a more inclusive and integrated society is a cause for celebration.’

Thank you again to our sponsors, partners, colleagues, and of course, our speakers for making all three events such a success... official photos will be shared soon.

Jersey Evening Post

Photos from Highlands College's post 22/06/2023

The P.R.I.D.E. of Highlands College Sixth Form Awards is a highlight of the college calendar: it shines a spotlight on students who have excelled in their curriculum area, and also celebrates those who embody the College’s core values: Potential. Respect. Imagination. Diversity. Excellence.

We plan to fully showcase our award winners over the upcoming weeks (when we have the official photos from Paul Wright Photographer!), but for now we would like to congratulate all our wonderful award winners, and express sincere gratitude to the local businesses who sponsored awards.

Special thanks also to our speakers, Kate Wright from The Diversity Network - Jersey , and Sean O'Regan, Group Director of Education for Children, Young People, Education and Skills (CYPES).

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Thank you to everyone who joined us for the ‘Your Future Starts Here’ event, we had a fantastic time and are now looking forward to welcoming you as full-time students in September.

We will be in touch again in August to outline next steps and to offer guidance should you not achieve the minimum entry GCSE grades for your course.

Meanwhile, we would like to invite prospective parents and carers to our ‘Your Child’s Future Starts Here’ event on Tuesday 27 June. There are currently spaces available in all three sessions, book your place here 👉 https://bit.ly/43JmxFM

Photos from Highlands College's post 20/06/2023

Welcome to all the Year 11 students who joined us today from across the island for the first of two transition days.

Enjoy the selection of photos from today's activities. A particular favourite for us was when a visiting student in construction made 'cement' from jelly babies in the spaghetti and jelly babies tower building challenge... We loved the 'outside the box thinking'!

Looking forward to day two tomorrow!

Grainville School Le Rocquier School Haute Vallee Les Quennevais School

Photos from Highlands College's post 19/06/2023

Our talented students in Culinary Arts have taken part in a bread bake off.

Over the course of the year, they have learned about different types of bread and so were challenged to pick their favourite, and, in true bake-off style, had to produce 12 loaves to showcase consistency. Students chose to bake sour doughs, olive focaccia, rye loaves, seeded Irish brown soda bread and brioche.

The loaves, together with a range of homemade butters (black treacle, salted and unsalted), were then sold from the Highlands Academy Restaurant. Everything had sold out within 47 minutes, raising an incredible £520 for Brighter Futures Jersey to support the excellent work that is done by the charity.

Thank you to Simon and the team at Four Bakery - Jersey for lending us extra bannetons to cope with the volume of bakes!

Photos from Highlands College's post 16/06/2023

Congratulations to our Animal Management students on their successful fundraiser for Durrell.

The students have been learning how to handle a range of animal species, many of whom are residents of the Turner 01 classroom, and today staff and students from across the college were invited to handle the animals for a donation to Durrell.

Animal Management students were on hand to ensure safe handling and also to answer questions about the animal species being handled.

Durrell Conservation Academy

Photos from Highlands College's post 15/06/2023

'I just wanted to say how much wonder there is to see, hear and do at this showcase/exhibition - have spent a rather marvellous time this morning wandering through it all and consider it well worth the visit! Kudos to the students of all levels and, of course, all of the talented and expert tutors who have supported them on their creative journeys thus far - great stuff.'

Our Creative Arts Exhibition is open to the public until Thursday 22 June between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm (weekdays only). No need to book. Completely free of charge.


Students studying Art at Highlands College (Level 3 and Foundation degree), have designed a range of t-shirts that will be printed through Teemill, a sustainable printing company.

'Everything we make is made from organic materials, using renewable energy, and designed from the start to come back and be remade when it’s worn out.' ~ Teemill

T-shirts will be available to view and order from our sustainable fashion event on Wednesday 14 June.

Pop on down to Cooper & Co.,Trenton Square (in the IFC5 building behind Big Maggy’s) between 5.30 pm and 7 pm, to check out the designs.


The Highlands College Sustainability Committee conducted an informal survey to ascertain how the College is embedding sustainability in staff and student life, personal practice and – most importantly – teaching and learning.

The results can be found in the accompanying infographic, and underscore some of the excellent sustainability practice already underway across the College.

Photos from Highlands College's post 08/06/2023

Over half term we hosted two Hair & Beauty Skills Camps, the first for students in Years 7 and 8, the second for those in Years 9-11.

This was a wonderful introduction to the huge and exciting hair and beauty industries. Students had the chance to explore a wide range of techniques and treatments, with a festival themed twist aimed at inspiring those who may one day want to pursue the industry as a career.

Sessions were delivered by qualified teaching staff from Highlands College and were supported by staff from Skills Jersey.


Your Child’s Future Starts Here.

Is your young person joining us in September? Pop along to our parents’ event on Tuesday 27 June 2023 to find out more about life at Highlands College, as well as the support and opportunities available to your young person.

Click here to book your place 👉 Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/43JmxFM

Le Rocquier School Grainville School Haute Vallee Les Quennevais School

Photos from Highlands College's post 06/06/2023

Congratulations to Sport Levels 2 and 3 on completing their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Expedition.

A fantastic achievement, walking for three days (covering between 15 and 17km each day), and camping for two nights self-sufficiently. Well done!


Congratulations to our Performing Arts students who performed their short Inuit folk tale 'The Ice Wolf', with great success, on 31 May and 1 June in various Parks and Gardens in Jersey.

All audiences were very appreciative. Time and time again our performers were told by parents accompanying their children, how lovely it was to be able to have entertainment created for young people that was free!

A big thank you to Bruce Labey and Richard Le Gresley from Infrastructure and Environment - I&E for granting us the permission to perform over those 2 days.

Photos from Highlands College's post 02/06/2023

Our Life Skills students proudly displayed their work in a pop-up exhibition to staff and peers this week. All their work was achieved in just half a term and came about after an initial lesson on tiling under the guidance of Pat Kelly and Mick McCarthy.

The students enjoyed this lesson so much that they decided to design and create mosaics with pieces of broken tiles. At first, they used the tiles to write just their initials but then the designs evolved to include filling in the entire frame. The results were fabulous and will take pride of place in the Life Skills area for all to enjoy.

With the creative bug well and truly caught, the students next built birdboxes, which they will take home for their gardens.

Well done to the Life Skills students who worked so hard on these projects and who then hosted a wonderful exhibition where they answered questions with pride and confidence.

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