VIDEO: Psychology's Creepy Crawly Day

Each year, Psychology students get a visit from the lovely folks at The Creepy Crawly Show, who bring with them a selection of creatures that can induce a number of strong emotions!

After seeing and/or handling the weird and wonderful animals (with or without screaming), students then return to…

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Category: College Life

Tags: Psychology

RAF visit helps Business students team-building & training skills

Instructors from the Royal Air Force were in College today to help teach Business students about coaching, commanding and team-building, which are important components of their coursework this year.

In the exercise below, the first years had to operate in teams, starting with few members and…

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Category: College Life

Tags: Business Studies, Business

Listen to students interviewed on Radio Merseyside ahead of Baroness Newlove visit

Drama students, Emily and Liam, and teacher, Liz, were interviewed live on Radio Merseyside this morning as the College prepares for a House of Lords peer to arrive and give a special guest talk.

Baroness Helen Newlove's husband, Garry, was murdered by drunken youths who were vandalising his…

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Category: College Life

Tags: Drama & Theatre Studies

Poppies with a difference!

Our creative Health & Social Care students have been handmaking their own poppies to sell for Remembrance Day.

All the money is going to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and these works of art are going for just £2 each!

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Category: College Life

New Wallasey bus service for next academic year

Starting in September 2017, our new subsidised bus service from Wallasey / New Brighton to the College makes the short journey to Wirral's No1 even easier!

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Category: College Life

Some words of wisdom for new students from the year above

So, it's that time again. First year Sixth Form students have all arrived looking alert yet dazed, hurrying to lessons, clutching at folders and timetables like shields; while the A2 students have existential crises about revision and UCAS statements, usually bleary eyed and on autopilot. We’re…

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Category: The Student Voice