Student Life

Plymouth College of Art student Emma Flintham wins South West Design + Digital Student Awards

Third-year BA (Hons) Graphic Communication student Emma Fintham from Plymouth College of Art has been selected as one of three winners of the Bristol-based agency Proctor and Stevenson 2021 South West Design + Digital Student Awards, winning £1,000 prize money.

Emma, who lives in Totnes, competed against 164 other final-year students from across the South West and Wales who entered the...

Trio of Bournemouth Students Reach Shortlist of National Competition

Arts University Bournemouth is known for producing some of the UK’s finest design talent and this year, three of its students (out of 10) have been shortlisted in national student design competition, JDO RAW 2021.

Conceived in 2013 by JDO, the award-winning brand design and innovation agency, JDO RAW is now recognised as one of the UK’s foremost student design competitions with a...

Dodgeball at Lipson Academy

Celebrating Diversity of Competition

THIS week sees the return of Lipson Academy’s annual School Sports Days, when the focus will be on celebration, as well as competition.

Every single student at the Academy will take part in the action-packed two-day schedule, with all the staff also participating in a whole-school festival of endeavour and achievement.

Head of PE Ed Goodman has organised a crammed timetable of...

Plymouth school raises over £6,000 for South Western Ambulance Charity

Plymouth school raises over £6,000 for South Western Ambulance Charity

Students from OneSchool Global Plymouth have raised £6,088.59 for South Western Ambulance Charity while taking part in a sponsored triathlon fundraising event.

The OSG Plymouth ‘Triathlon for Life’ event took place across two weeks and saw students walk, run, or cycle as far as they could within their local area, covering a collective distance of over 1,450 miles – the equivalent...

5 Most Powerful Tips for Essay Writing in English

Essay Writing has always been a challenging task for students when it comes to scoring good marks in English. The reason is based on various factors such as poor readability, inappropriate sentence structure, grammatical errors, use of non-suitable vocabulary, etc. Sometimes students do not understand how to get to the original point and start beating about the bush which results in negative...

Partnership aims to boost aspirations

City College Plymouth and Millbay Academy have formed a new partnership in the bid to provide pupils with the best possible careers advice in an attempt to further raise aspirations within the Plymouth community.

Similar to the successful ongoing partnership announced last summer with All Saints Academy, the College and Millbay Academy will work together to offer pupils high-quality...

Parents encouraged to allow their children to be tested for COVID-19 at school

Steve Brown, Director of Public Health Devon, is encouraging parents to give their consent to allow their children to be tested for coronavirus at school.

“The first step in the government’s roadmap starts next week with all students returning to schools and colleges,” he said.

“Students are going to be asked to take a lateral flow test twice a week, and while it’s not...

Over 7,200 laptops and tablets for disadvantaged students across Devon

Pupils across Devon have benefitted from more than 7,200 laptops and tablets to date, as the government hits an important milestone in its roll-out of devices to support disadvantaged young people.

More than 1 million devices have now been delivered to schools and local authorities across England as part of a £400million investment that will support schools and young people for years...

How to become a better student: 4 easy tips

At college, many students begin to worry less about their grades than they did in school. However, a low GPA in college may prevent you from being selected for some companies or from continuing on to a prestigious university. These simple tips will help you study well and have time to watch a movie at night, play with the National Casino sign up bonus , or go for a walk with friends.

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TikTokers

Top of the Toks: UK’s uni students earning cash on TikTok, as most popular student stars are revealed in first national ranking

New research from student accommodation search engine Mystudenthalls.com has revealed the UK students finding fame on popular social media platform, TikTok, from the comfort of their student rooms- with the potential to make anything from £150 to a staggering £15,000 per video, and finding success overnight. The findings reveal an increasingly popular way for UK students to make money as the...

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