Studying at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.Outstanding by standing out.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud (SGS) College has been awarded £800 by the National Union of Students (NUS) to support interfaith initiatives.
Every year World Vegan Month is celebrated in November to promote and embrace veganism. This year SGS College decided to join in to educate both students and staff about this chosen lifestyle.
Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye’s 23 point performance did not prove enough for the Bristol Academy Flyers as a 33 - 9 fourth quarter breakdown gave a 15 point win to home side, Tees Valley Mohawks, 89 - 74.
A unique pop-up shop run by art students from South Gloucestershire and Stroud College will hit Stroud high street this weekend offering an array of printed items.
The Bristol Academy Flyers suffered back to back losses this weekend despite going to the last period of each game with a lead.
At the end of last month, SGS College entered three students into the first ever major Southern Table Tennis competition organised by SportsAble; one of the top disability sports clubs in the UK.
Local artists joined forces with art students and tutors from SGS College to produce a beautiful array of postcards for a special fundraiser last month at Stroud Museum.
Just over £2,150 has been raised for charity during the Chair's annual fundraising event.
Keiran Beavis is overjoyed this week after seeing his hard work and determination pay off by being awarded third place for the Association of Colleges Student of the Year award 2013.
Bristol Academy FC was named FA Women’s Club of the year for the second time in three years at the FA’s annual Women’s Football awards on Friday 22nd November.
SGS College Netball Academy girls got off to a winning season with victories in the British College League and local post 16 competition.
SGS College was honored to host the Team19 a side football tournament as part of the British College Sport recreational festival earlier this week.
Students of Child Care and Health and Social Care will be carrying out employability and enrichment activities to raise funds for Bristol Children's Hospital.
Deciding what you want to do when you leave school can be daunting - which is why young people in all South Gloucestershire secondary schools and academies have been given a unique opportunity
The annual Christmas Fayre held at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College’s Stroud Campus is hoping to smash last year’s target by being even bigger and better.