For many, Partis offers the best of both worlds: independent living in your own house with the neighbourliness of a friendly and safe community close at hand. A late Georgian Grade 1 Listed building,it's also a hidden gem in the World Heritage City of Bath. Thirty two handsome terraced houses, three apartments and a central chapel are set along three sides of a lawned quadrangle in spacious grounds with scenic views across the Avon Valley.
Twenty-two Cirencester Sixth Form College Career Academy students graduated in a special ceremony in Bristol on May 5th. They were supported by their proud parents and lecturers at the South WestRegional Graduation Ceremony, which was held at Leigh Court in Bristol.
When you join us at SHC, you are personally supported for the duration of the course. More importantly, you become part of our community with all the benefits that includes. This support networkextends beyond gaining your qualification and into your continuing professional life. Homeopathy is both art and science. To study both disciplines under the umbrella of homeopathy requires dedication and commitment.
Unfortunately we could not find a way to run our Experiential Education courses in the current climate - both financially and getting them accredited. There is certainly the demand and the need forthese courses. Thank you to all the people, tutors and students, who helped make this pioneering education a reality between 2000 and 2013, we hope this impulse will arise in a new way elsewhere.
Our highly qualified and experienced team share a vision and a passion to achieve excellent outcomes, consistent with Every Child Matters, for our young people. We offer placements to young peopleaged 11-18 years who experience emotional, social and behavioural difficulties and display challenging and harmful behaviours. Young People who live with us often have fragmented lives, are unable to live at home or attend mainstream education.
Salisbury 6th Form College is a vibrant, fun and inspirational centre of excellence, passionate about new technologies and their integration in all aspects of college life. We strive to be innovativewith our course choice, combinations and ability to remove barriers preventing students from accessing them, delivering them in cutting-edge teaching and study facilities, so that our students are happy and confident with their choices.
With over 3300 full-time students, 6000 part-time students and 800 University Level students Wiltshire College is an exciting place to study. There are 4 main campuses and 4 smaller centres throughoutthe county; we offer a spectacular range of courses, across all levels. At University level we offer HNCs, HNDs, Foundation Degrees and Full Honours degrees - the choice is yours depending on whether you wish to study part-time, with or without continuing your career, or full time.
749 members of the Marlborough community - pupils, beaks and staff - lost their lives in the Great War, 1914-1918. This dedicated website was launched as part of the centenary commemoration. It isthrough the Houses, primarily, that pupils experience Marlborough. They are "home" to pupils during their time at the College, forming the base for independent working, sleeping and relaxation.
Coming from Bath it was my ambition to provide an accessible, affordable, professional training facility within the South West. With professional vocational performing arts / drama schools previouslyonly existing in London or the north of England, students from the region now have an opportunity to access vocational training at a professional level. I was very lucky in receiving funding for my training at the Royal Ballet School. Being a dancer is the most amazing job.
Sarum College rose from the ashes of the Salisbury and Wells Theological College, which closed in the mid 1990s, and took over its library. The collection was begun in 1860 by the then-Bishop ofSalisbury, Walter Kerr Hamilton. Among his collection are 274 mainly nineteenth century pamphlets, tracts, sermons and charges. In the late 1990s the library acquired several thousand books from the former Sowter and Clerical library in Church House, Salisbury.