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Kim and Billie jumping with their results

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Students jumping for joy at Bath College as they open their GCSE results

 

Students across both Bath College campuses have been nervously opening their GCSE results this morning.
 

Students who study at the College often take GCSE Maths and/or English alongside their studies to maximise their employability or future study options.
 
Lisa with her Results
The sun shone as envelopes were opened by shaky hands. Lisa, who came to the Somer Valley campus with her two sons to collect her results, was absolutely delighted when she opened her envelope.
 

She said: “I can’t believe it! I’m so pleased. And the best thing is, I have now secured my dream job at Fosseway School.”
 

Harry, with tutor Carol, who achieved 9 in his EnglishHarry took his GCSE English alongside his Access to Higher Education course. He was in shock when he opened his results to find he had scored a 9, the equivalent of an A*.
 

His tutor Carol said: “We are so proud of all our students, but Harry has worked particularly hard. What a fantastic achievement.”
 

Students Kim and Billie were jumping up and down they were so proud of their achievements, with Kim stating: “I’m so happy! I haven’t taken an exam for so many years so to get so much higher than I expected is amazing. I can go to University now!”
 

GCSE results day can be a stressful time for many, so Bath College has careers advisers on hand between 10am-2pm on Friday 24th August for anyone to come in for advice and guidance on what your results mean, help with online course applications or answer questions about coming to College or applying for an apprenticeship.
 

For more information, call 01225 328501 or email enquiries@bathcollege.ac.uk
 

Inside Saga's Magazine '21st Teens'

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Bath College Creative Media Production Student has work displayed at prestigious London exhibition

 
Talented Bath College Creative Media Production & Technology Student, Saga El Banna showcased her work at Origins, a creative arts festival run by awarding body UAL. The exhibition was at the esteemed Bargehouse in Oxo Tower Wharf, London between 3rd – 5th August 2018.
 
The festival showcased an exciting range of painting, drawing, sculpture, video and fashion, complemented by a programme of music and performing arts, all created and performed by pre-¬degree level students.
 
Saga’s work displayed was ‘21st Teens’, a fashion magazine that presents the relationship between fashion and self-expression for 21st Century teenagers.
 
The Creative Media Production and Technology course at the College introduces students to the world of designing and publishing, leading to a UAL Level 2 Media Award.
 
At the end of the course, students will have gained the skills to be able to progress their own publications.
 
Jo Dolby, Lecturer in Media, Arts & Creative Enterprise at Bath College commented that: “I was so incredibly proud to see one of our students’ work at the Origins exhibition.”
 
She added: “Well done Saga – big things are in your future!”
 
Saga was delighted to have had her work be picked for the Origins festival: “I never thought I would reach something like that and see my work in an exhibition and I never thought someone would call me an artist.
 
“College made me more confident thanks to the teachers and staff. I believe that I always can improve and be better at things with hard work and experience.
 
“The things that I want to do next is to improve and try new things that I am passionate about. All of this is thanks to my beautiful parents and teachers who helped me to believe in myself.”
 
For more information about the UAL Creative Media Production and Technology Level 2 Award click here.
 

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