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17/04/15 - Strode College Student Awards Celebrate Outstanding Academic and Personal Achievements
Strode College Student Awards Celebrate Outstanding Academic and Personal Achievements

Strode College celebrated the outstanding academic and personal achievements of 31 students at an awards evening held in Strode Theatre this week (14 April).

Students receiving awards had completed a wide range of courses last year, including A Levels, vocational qualifications, higher education qualifications, apprenticeships and courses for adults.

They were praised for their excellent academic achievements and for the impressive ambition, determination and enthusiasm they demonstrated which helped them to reach their goals.

James Staniforth, Principal of Strode College said: “This is a very special evening for Strode College. It’s a wonderful opportunity for us to recognise the outstanding achievements of these students, in front of the family, friends and teachers who supported them along the way. It’s also great to meet up again with students to hear what they are doing now - at university, in their careers or during their gap years. 

“One of the main reasons I am so passionate about further education is that I have seen over many years that, regardless of their starting point, when students come to college they thrive and achieve beyond expectations. 

“We are committed to helping all of our students reach their potential so that they can enjoy successful futures. As we are the only Further Education college to be awarded `Outstanding` by Ofsted this year and the only `Outstanding` sixth form in Mendip and South Somerset, the 1500 16-18 year olds who study with us each year can be confident that we can deliver on this commitment. We also teach courses for other ages, levels, abilities and interests; we value all of them, deliver equally high standards of teaching and support to everyone and we take great delight in their success.

Four Strode students who successfully completed the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award were also presented with their awards during the evening (see below). 

Strode College Student Awards 2015

 

Strode College Student Awards - 14 April 2015

Ellie GoreOverall Student of the Year 2013/14 – Ellie Gore
Studied:
A Level Biology (A*), Maths (A*), Archaeology (A*) and Chemistry (A)
Home town: Babcary, Somerton
Previous school:
Ansford Academy
Where now?
Gap year working overseas before studying Medicine at Leicester University later this year.

 

Luke DodgeAdult Student of the Year – Luke Dodge
Studied:
Access to Higher Education, Level 3 Diploma (Pass)
Home town:
East Coker, Yeovil
Where now?
Reading University studying Real Estate.

 

Laciejay TaylorApprentice of the Year – Laciejay Taylor
Studied:
NVQ Diplomas Level 2 and 3 Hairdressing (Pass) and Functional Skills in English and Maths (Pass)
Home town:
Street
Previous school:
Crispin School
Where now?
Stylist at Tranquillity Hair Salon in Street.

 

Frankie SilcoxBeauty Therapy student of the year – Frankie Silcox
Studied:
Level 3 NVQ Diploma Beauty Therapy (Pass)
Home town:
Yeovil
Previous school:
Westfield Academy
Where now?
Beauty Therapist at the Crystal Courtyard Salon in East Coker

 

Ashleigh EdwardsJohn Lewis Award for Biology and Environmental Sciences Student of the Year – Ashleigh Edwards
Studied:
A Level Biology (A*), Maths (A*), Psychology (A), Extended Project (B)
Home town:
Somerton
Previous school:
Huish Episcopi Academy
Where now?
Manchester University studying Genetics.

 

Will NashBusiness Student of the Year – Will Nash
Studied:
A Level Business (A), Communications & Culture (B) and Psychology (C)
Home town:
Wedmore
Previous school:
Kings of Wessex School
Where now?
Working at Glastonbury Ales and The Somerset Bottling Company; travelling to India later this year; plans to study Management at university or launch his own business.

 

Dicken RichardsEngineering and Technology Student of the Year – Dicken Richards
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering (Triple Distinction Star)
Home town:
Shepton Mallet
Previous school:
Blue School, Wells
Where now?
Working as a specialised Engineering Apprentice at the Ministry of Defence.

 

English Student of the Year – Molly Harvey
Studied:
A Level English Language (A*), Biology (A*), History (A), Physics (B) and Extended Project (B)
Home town:
Somerton
Previous school:
St Dunstan’s School
Where now?
St Andrew’s University, Scotland, studying Zoology.



Chelana MarshallFoundation Student of the Year – Chelana Marshall
Studied:
Foundation Studies Level 1 Diploma (Pass), Functional Skills English, Maths and ICT Entry Level (Pass)
Home town:
Shepton Mallet
Previous school:
Blue School, Wells
Where now?
Studying Level 2 Diploma in Art and Design at Strode College.



Bethany FraserHairdressing Student of the Year – Bethany Fraser
Studied:
NVQ Level 2 Diploma Women’s Hairdressing (Pass) and Functional Skills Maths Level 2 (Pass) Home town: Street
Previous school:
Weston College
Where now?
Working and training as an Advanced Hairdressing Apprentice at Tranquillity Salon in Street.



Hannah MoodyHealth and Care Student of the Year – Hannah Moody
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care (Triple Distinction Star)
Home town:
Shepton Mallet
Previous school:
Whitstone School
Where now?
Plymouth University studying Midwifery.



Sam GriffithsHigher Education Student of the Year – Sam Griffiths
Studied:
Foundation Degree, Managing in the Public Sector Services (Pass), having previously gained Level 3 Extended Diploma in Public Services (Double Distinction, Distinction Star)
Home town:
Bridgwater
Previous school:
Crispin School
Where now?
Plymouth University, studying a final degree year and working part-time as a Special Constable.



Lindsey-Mai HigginsHospitality student of the year – Lindsey-Mai Higgins
Studied:
Level 2 and Level 3 Extended Diploma in Hospitality (Triple Distinction)
Home town:
Shepton Mallet
Previous school:
St Dunstan’s School
Where now?
Gloucester University studying Hotel, Resort and Events Management.



William DaviesHumanities Student of the Year – William Davies
Studied:
A Level Archaeology (A*), Geology (A), Geography (B) and History (B)
Home town:
Montacute
Previous school:
Stanchester Academy
Where now?
University of Liverpool studying Archaeology and Geology.



Luke WilliamsIT student of the year – Luke Williams
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT Practitioners (Triple Distinction Star)
Home town:
Glastonbury
Previous school:
Crispin School
Where now?
Kings College, University of London, studying Computer Science.



Chris MolloyBrian Jefferson Cup for Maths – Chris Molloy
Studied:
A Level Maths (A*), Further Maths (A*) and Physics (A)
Home town:
Somerton
Previous school:
Ansford Academy
Where now?
University of Bristol studying Mathematics and Computer Science.



Robin NiedojadloGabriel NiedojadloMedia Students of the Year – Gabriel and Robin Niedojadlo
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Broadcast Media (Distinction Star, Double Distinction); Robin also gained Psychology A Level (A).
Home town:
Othery, Bridgwater
Previous school:
Huish Episcopi Academy
Where now?
Gabriel is on a gap year and will study Psychology at Lancaster University later this year; Robin is currently working in the film industry in London and has a place at the University of Gloucester to study Film Production.



Grace BenthamRichard Frapwell Cup for Modern Foreign Languages – Grace Bentham
Studied:
A Level French (A), German (A), Spanish (A), and an Extended Project B
Home town:
Bridgwater
Previous school:
Huish Episcopi Academy
Where now?
Durham University studying German, French and Spanish.



Music Student of the Year – Tom Mills-Smith
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music Technology (Triple Distinction Star) and an Extended Project (A)
Home town:
Wells
Previous school:
Blue School, Wells
Where now?
University of the West of England, Bristol, studying Games Technology.



Margi HumphreyPerforming Arts Student of the Year – Margi Humphrey
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Performing Arts (Triple Distinction Star)
Home town:
Stoke-sub-Hamdon
Previous school:
Stanchester
Where now?
Anglia Ruskin University studying Performing Arts.



Tom CornishPhysical Sciences Student of the Year – Tom Cornish
Studied:
Maths (A*), Biology (A*), Physics (A), Chemistry (A) and Extended Project (A)
Home town:
Sutton Montis, Yeovil
Previous school:
Ansford Academy
Where now?
Gap year working and travelling before studying Astrophysics at Lancaster University.



Cameron DoyePsychology Student of the Year – Cameron Doye
Studied:
A Level Psychology (A*), Sociology (A), Human Biology (A) and Extended Project (B)
Home town:
Norton-sub-Hamdon
Previous school:
Home Educated
Where now?
Exeter University studying Psychology.



Social Sciences Student of the Year – Jade Lester
Studied:
A Level Sociology (A*), Film Studies (A*), English Literature (A) and Extended Project (B)
Home town:
Street
Previous school:
St Dunstan’s School
Where now?
University of Bath studying Social Sciences.



University of the West of England Bristol Law School Prize – India Jenkins
Studying:
A Level Law, Government & Politics, History, English Literature
Home town:
Meare
Previous school:
St Dunstan’s School
Where next?
Plans to study Law at university next year.



Matthew ThorneRachel House Award for Skills for life – Matthew Thorne
Studied:
Functional Skills English (Pass)
Home town:
Pilton.



Sport and Public Services Student of the Year – Charlie Gates
Charlie GatesStudied: Level 3 Extended Diploma in Public Services (Triple Distinction Star)
Home town:
East Coker
Previous school:
Preston School
Where now?
Working for the Police Force in Bristol as an Administration Support Officer.



Ashleigh CarelessSuccess Against the Odds – Ashleigh Careless
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma Sport (Triple Distinction Star)
Home town:
Wells
Previous school:
Blue School, Wells
Where now?
University of Central Lancashire studying Sports Therapy.



Visual Arts (2D) Student of the Year – Josh Payne
Studied:
A Level Graphics (A*), Psychology (A) and History (C)
Home town:
Castle Cary
Previous school:
Ansford Academy
Where now?
Strode College studying Art & Design Foundation Diploma (Pre-Degree).



Megan AngellVisual Arts (3D) Student of the Year – Megan Angell
Studied:
Art & Design Foundation Diploma Pre-Degree (Distinction) and previously A Level Textiles (A*), Photography (A) and English Literature (A).
Home town:
Castle Cary
Previous school:
Ansford Academy
Where now?
Kingston University studying Fashion.



Gary SmithOutstanding Contribution – Gary Smith
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma Music Technology (Triple Distinction)
Home town:
Glastonbury
Previous school:
Strode College.

Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards 2015

Annabel Ford
Studied:
A Level: Geography, Psychology and Biology
Home town:
Stratford-upon-Avon
Previous school:
Farleigh College.



Ben SheldrakeBen Sheldrake
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma Public Services
Home town:
Edington, Bridgwater
Previous school:
Taunton School.



Charlotte Preece
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma Public Services
Home town:
Somerton
Previous school:
Crispin School.



Charlie GatesCharlie Gates
Studied:
Level 3 Extended Diploma Public Services
Home town:
East Coker
Previous school:
Preston School.

17/04/15 - IT Students Teach Primary School Pupils
IT Students Teach Primary School Pupils

Nineteen IT students from Strode College have been visiting Brookside School in Street weekly, to teach computer programming to Year 3 and Year 4 pupils (aged 7, 8 and 9). The college students, who are all in their first year at Strode and studying IT Extended Diploma at level 3, have been making the visits since January, as part of their communications unit, which focuses on life skills and working as part of a team.

Julie Wheadon, Head of IT and Engineering at Strode College, said: “The Government wants to see an improvement in primary school pupils’ knowledge of programming. Our level 3 students are learning the latest technology; it makes perfect sense for them to share that information with these youngsters.”

Ewan Trebble-Westlake, from Street and formerly at Crispin School, is one of the Strode students who visits Brookside every week. He said: "It has been really exciting helping these young children learn how to program. I have been surprised at how well they have done. The visits have helped me improve my interaction with other people and given me the confidence to stand up and talk in front of a group."

Pupils from Elmhurst School in Street also benefit from the IT students’ knowledge by visiting Strode College every Thursday for an after school programming club.

Photo: Strode College IT student Ben Maddaford teaches computer programming to pupils at Brookside School in Street.

Find out more about Strode's Information and Creative Technology - Computer Science Level 2 Diploma and IT Level 3 Extended Diploma

16/04/15 - Get Funked Up!
Get Funked Up!

If you love soul and funky 60s vibes then this forthcoming fundraiser could be just the gig for you. The Red Brick Building in Glastonbury is hosting the event on Thursday April 23, featuring 11-piece funk/soul band Midrod Ends, popular local DJ Dr. Amaqueen, and singer-songwriter Ben Russell. Proceeds from this event will go to the Rural Music Network who help young musicians gain experience and gig opportunities around the South West. Organised by Strode College Music Technology students Rebecca Tatchell and Jay Seaward as part of StrodeLive music events, the gig starts at 8pm and entry will be £2 on the door.

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More information on Strode's Music Extended Diploma, Music Level 2 Diploma and Music Technology Extended Diploma.

07/04/15 - Funky Student Gig at Strode Theatre
Funky Student Gig at Strode Theatre

StrodeLive will be delivering their latest gig on Tuesday April 28 at Strode Theatre, Street. The student bands, from Strode College, will include the soulful and funky ensemble ‘Karma Llama’, fronted by Somerset’s answer to Amy Winehouse: Rosie Whitten, and other acts including Langport-based ska and funk band ‘Fast Decline’; all-girl singing group, ‘Unique Faith’ (whose performances have included the O2 Arena); and many other Somerset favourites.

It promises to be a funky and exciting evening! The music will start at 7.30pm and tickets are £7 with £5 concessions, available from the Strode Theatre box office. Tel: 01458 442846.

More information on Strode's Music Extended Diploma, Music Level 2 Diploma and Music Technology Extended Diploma.

02/04/15 - 'StrodeLive' Gig To Raise Funds for Teenage Charity
'StrodeLive' Gig To Raise Funds for Teenage Charity

Strode College students will be performing an ‘Unplugged’ gig at The Holy Trinity Church, Street, on Thursday April 16 at 7pm. Liam Howard, of the popular Glastonbury-based band Liam Howard & The Truthseekers, will be headlining, alongside the brilliant ‘StrodeLive’ students, including Ben Russell, Ben Tubridy and Tolly Snell, who will be performing a mixture of reworked covers and originals.

The Strode College music students have been planning the concert as part of their events management unit, which includes organising the venue, the ticketing system, and putting a setlist together. The event is in aid of the young person suicide prevention charity Papyrus, and the suggested donation of £3 per ticket, available on the door or in advance from Strode College shop, will go directly to the charity.

StrodeLive will also be performing on Saturday April 18 at, in Grace Community Church Rooms, Landmark House in Glastonbury (near Tesco). Entry is from 7.30pm and free (with free cake!) and will be headlined by the effervescent slam poet from Austin Texas: Peter Nevland. This event is funded by the Pop Up Café and Soul Bridge.

Photo is copyright of Marc Hughes Photography 

More information on Strode's Music Extended Diploma, Music Level 2 Diploma and Music Technology Extended Diploma.


30/03/15 - Leading experts at Strode for conference on King John and Magna Carta
Leading experts at Strode for conference on King John and Magna Carta

To mark the 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta in 2015, Strode College’s History, Heritage and Archaeology BA (Hons) degree programme hosted a major public conference on King John and Magna Carta.

The conference brought together leading experts from universities and the heritage sector to present on a range of topics including: the personality of King John and the road to Magna Carta; King John’s hunting lodges, warfare, arms and armour (including a live demonstration of the step-by-step armouring of a 13th century knight in full battle dress); the remarkable Eleanor of Aquitaine; John’s teenaged bride Isabella of Angoulême; and his troubled relations with the Church which led to his excommunication.

Sean McGlynn, who organised the conference, is one of the country’s leading King John scholars. He has written widely on King John; contributes regularly at events and in the media; and he lectures on King John for the Strode College BA (Hons) History, Heritage and Archaeology degree (in partnership with Plymouth University).History, Heritage and Archaeology Degree student Andrew Howart in full 13th century knight battle dress, with Andy Pickering, Course Manager, and Sean McGlynn, lecturer and conference organiser.

He said: “This was a rare opportunity for people in the Southwest to attend a local conference to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta in 2015. Celebrations are being organised across the country and worldwide on a massive scale, so it is fitting that the Southwest – King John’s stronghold during the dramatic Magna Carta Civil War – should also mark the occasion with this conference. We had an impressive range of leading experts delivering lively presentations on fascinating topics to an audience who were interested in learning more about the controversial figure of John, arguably England’s most notorious king.

“Strode College is well qualified to host such a high-profile event as we teach about King John on our degree course and our lecturers have an impressive publication record on the monarch. The College is also academic advisor to Salisbury Cathedral which holds one of the four surviving copies of Magna Carta from 1215.”

See the Strode College website for more information about the Strode College History, Heritage and Archaeology Degree and Foundation Degree or call 01458 844400.

27/03/15 - Students Benefit From Creative Careers Day
Students Benefit From Creative Careers Day

Seventy-eight art students from Strode College, Huish Episcopi Academy and Heathfield Community School attended a Creative Careers Day at Strode College earlier this month led by ‘Creative Somerset’, a community interest company, in partnership with ‘Spaeda’, an arts education charity. The event, set within their extensive and specialist Art and Design facilities, gave students an insight into careers in the creative and cultural industries and showed different ways students might choose their own route into enterprise, volunteering or further training.

A Level, vocational and GCSE students attended workshops and presentations, including branding products and retail pricing structures.

Guest speakers on the day included Laura Pearcey from ‘BOOP! Design’, a ceramics design company; Paul Smith from the marketing agency ‘Word Gets Around’; and Becky Swaine and Nina Gronw-Lewis from Somerset Art Works, an artist-led organisation dedicated to developing the visual arts; all of whom delivered inspiring and educational talks on entry routes, career pathways and the challenges and successes of working in the creative sector.

Creative Careers DayHarry Young, currently studying at Huish Episcopi Academy and planning to attend Strode College in September to study the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design, said: “I’ve really enjoyed the talks today, they’ve shown me the pathway I need to take in my future. It’s been of great educational benefit to me.”

Linda Green, who leads the Art and Design team at Huish Episcopi, agreed: “Today has been a very valuable day for students who are looking forward to a career in the arts. It’s interesting to see the stepping stones available and the career pathways that lie ahead.”

Students learned about the skills needed for apprenticeships, internships and running businesses within the creative industries and were given resource books to create their own action plans. Working with arts partners, Creative Somerset and Spaeda plan to develop a ‘Route Map’ for creative young people in the county. This online resource will act as a window into the opportunities and challenges of working in the creative sector and provide practical routes through.

Head of Art and Design at Strode College, Petrina Rochester, said: “I hope students will take the initiative to join some of the groups introduced to them today, if university isn’t the next step for them. It was wonderful to host this event, and Creative Somerset and Spaeda have highlighted the tremendous professional networks that exist locally. The students have been shown the accessibility of opportunities in the creative industries and have been given clarity on the next step in their career progression.”

Zoe Truong, General Manger of Creative Somerset explains: “Many young people, parents and teachers are not aware of the hundreds of different jobs that there are in the creative and cultural industries. It's a vibrant and thriving part of our economy that has actually grown during the recession.

“We are delighted to be working with Strode College supporting this initiative. Many young people aged 14-19 are making crucial decisions about their future options. Getting the right information and an opportunity to talk to people about those choices can be an enormous benefit to young people in the long term.”

The day was made possible due to funding by Somerset County Council's Creative Industries Fund and Arts Council England Grants for the Arts Lottery.

More information on Strode's Art & Design L2 Diploma, Art & Design L3 Extended Diploma and Art & Design (Foundation Studies)

27/03/15 - Petition Against Cuts to Adult Skills Funding
Petition Against Cuts to Adult Skills Funding

The Association of Colleges and our recognised trades unions are officially supporting a petition opposing the Government's decision to reduce adult skills funding. By maximising the number of signatures in advance of the General Election, we hope that all political parties will understand the importance of education and training provided by further education, including Strode College and many others across England. 

You can sign the petition here.

Further information on the funding cuts can be viewed on the BBC website and locally in the Wells Journal.

24/03/15 - New Higher Education and Skills Centre Shows Commitment to Outstanding Education and Training
New Higher Education and Skills Centre Shows Commitment to Outstanding Education and Training

Strode College's new 'Higher Education and Skills Centre' was officially opened by Tessa Munt MP last week (19 March), demonstrating the college's commitment to providing outstanding education and training for everyone who learns there.

Every year 1500 16-18 olds study A Levels, vocational courses and apprenticeships at Strode College and, according to Ofsted (October 2014), they benefit from an 'Outstanding' sixth form education. In addition, the college also offers quality career-focused university-level courses, so people can stay local to study at higher level; and these courses were also awarded the highest possible rating by the Quality Assurance Agency (2012). Also, each year, Strode helps over 2,500 adults learn a broad range of new skills, including those who are unemployed, those seeking to upgrade their skills and qualifications, those wanting to learn more about computers and IT and those who want to enjoy a leisure interest. And, last but not least, Strode's Business Development team provides training and support for businesses across the region, helping them to train their staff and develop skills that will help their businesses thrive.

Tessa Munt MP unavailing unveiling plaqueJames Staniforth, Principal of Strode College said: “Strode College plays a unique and valuable role educating and training a broad range of people in our community. This new building reflects our commitment to providing outstanding opportunities and facilities for all of those who learn with us. It brings together three particular areas of learning that are becoming increasingly important to the success of our region: Apprenticeships, Higher Education and courses that provide opportunities for people to 'up-skill', in particular to develop IT and business skills.

“I am grateful to the many organisations and individuals who supported our vision to further enhance these areas of learning at Strode and also to those who work with us to provide fantastic learning opportunities for our students. Their generous support is testament to the quality and value of the education we provide. In particular, I would like to thank the Skills Funding Agency who provided the majority of the finance for our new building and a local charitable trust who made a significant donation to the project. I would also like to thank Tessa Munt for her support both as our local MP and as a member of the current government in Vince Cable's Business, Innovation and Science (BIS) team, which is our sponsoring department.”

Opening the new building Tessa Munt, MP for Wells, said she was passionate about Strode College and the work it does with people right across the community. She said: “This place does everything so well. It provides brilliant teaching and learning and the range of courses and opportunities is fantastic. I've seen so many young people succeed here and I've seen many older people get back into work because of the training they've received at Strode College.

“Strode College provides outstanding sixth form education for young people who go to schools with no sixth forms and it provides more choice and a great alternative for those who are at schools with their own sixth forms; people need to know this. It's doing great work to develop and promote apprenticeships too; and I'm also delighted that people no longer have to commute elsewhere to study Higher Education courses - they can stay here and get the best.“

To find out more about the wide range of courses and training opportunities at Strode College for school leavers, adults and businesses visit: www.strode-college.ac.uk or call 01458 844400.

Photo: Strode College's new Higher Education and Skills Centre reflects the college's vision to provide outstanding learning opportunities and fantastic facilities for all who learn at the college. Pictured left to right: Kate Lovell (Chair of the Strode College Board of Governors), Tessa Munt (MP for Wells) and James Staniforth (Principal of Strode College).

24/03/15 - Strode College's Medieval Expert Talks about King John and Magna Carta with the World’s top Scholars
Strode College's Medieval Expert Talks about King John and Magna Carta with the World’s top Scholars

On Saturday 21 March, Sean McGlynn, a lecturer on the Strode College History, Heritage and Archaeology BA (Hons) Degree programme, shared a podium with the world's two foremost scholars of Magna Carta - Prof David Carpenter and Prof Nicholas Vincent - in a Magna Carta question and answer event held in Bristol. The sold-out event to 150 people was organised by BBC History. Prof Louise Wilkinson and best-selling author Dan Jones were also on the panel.

Strode College is hosting a sold-out conference on King John and Magna Conference on 28 March to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. Sean lectures on an undergraduate King John module at Strode College and is academic advisor to Salisbury Cathedral's Magna Carta 800th celebrations, writing the Cathedral's official Magna Carta guide (it holds one of the four surviving charters from 1215). His King John and Magna Carta, a short introduction to the subject, was published earlier this month. He has written widely on King John, with recent and forthcoming articles on the king in BBC History and History Today. The second edition of his widely acclaimed book Blood Cries Afar: The Magna Carta Civil War and the Invasion of England, 1215-17, is due out at the beginning of May.

Strode College is now enrolling for its History, Heritage and Archaeology Degree and Foundation Degree courses that begin in September 2015. You can apply directly to Strode College. For more information visit strode-college.ac.uk or call 01458 844400.

Photo: Medieval history expert Sean McGlynn (right) visits Nunney Castle with his Strode College History, Heritage and Archaeology degree students.

Visit the History, Heritage and Archaeology FdA/BA course page.

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