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Boston College student created and managed record label, Record label release night, 19th dec 8pm-10pm
For more information and ticket prices please go to, http://www.tophatrecords.webs.com/
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TREE PLANTING EVENT: ROCHFORD CAMPUS: NOVEMBER
The College will be taking delivery of 30 saplings, courtesy of The Woodland Trust, in early November.
Two areas of our campus, with existing trees, will be enhanced with lower level planting.
These will be maintained as natural areas and create greater interest on our campus.
You, Your Team and Your Learners can all be involved in leaving a positive legacy and make a difference on the campus.
Contact Matt Dudhill, Head Caretaker: Ext 3231 or email matt-d
Do you have any images, Art work, a celebration or something you might like to share on the front page here. Please send to hannah-w @boston.ac.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org
Computing Student writes an article on New Technology published in God is a Geek Computing Web Site. For more information contact Mike on Twitter at Mike Stubbsy @MikeStubbsy.
Images have been provided by Harry Lacey (Computing learner) who picked up his first camera a year ago and started taking photos of his aunties classic rock band 'MadEye'. By July he was being hired out to photograph live bands of all genres which allowed him to capture his passion for music with photos as well as performing. He now works part time at Darren Garwood's photography studio in Wrangle. For more images from gigs he has photographed access his facebook page:
Why not put on an event to raise money for the Be Brilliant Foundation?
In these times of financial hardship and with young adults increasingly finding accessing further education a challenge, Boston College has launched a Be Brilliant Foundation to support learners to reach their full potential and raise aspiration for achievement.
The College receives Learner Support funding from the Government but this has significantly reduced in recent years and with the downturn in the economy affecting family salaries and less part-time jobs available, students are at risk of leaving their courses due to the financial struggles or not being able to access education to enter the workplace at all.
Access to funding is important to the success of many students, with many vocational courses requiring suitable kit for skills training, and transport being a significant cost to those living on the outskirts of the College’s catchment area.
In particular, without the support of additional funds, talented students can find it difficult to achieve the highest levels in their qualifications as accessing additional opportunities such as work focussed workshops, supplementary courses, educational visits for enrichment and taking part in skills competitions can all be costly.
The Be Brilliant Foundation will endeavour to support learners through a variety of means. It will operate as a charity foundation and staff and learners will be encouraged to raise money which will then be used to support learners that are considered most deserving.
HNC Sport & Exercise Science learners completed a 12 hour marathon to raise money for ‘Help the Heroes’ and their own course. Learners took part in indoor football, badminton and a gym workout, all of which ran continually for 12 hours, 9am until 9pm at the Peter Paine Performance Centre. Learners raised £635 in total, 50% of this will go to the charity and the other 50% will buy a piece of equipment for the course, chosen by the learners, to benefit future learners.
All learners completed the day and although exhausted by the end were delighted with the event and the money raised.
The code is in the Staff Resources Area.