Weymouth College Students celebrate another great year of A Level success
August 18, 2016

Students and staff at Weymouth College are proudly celebrating another year of A Level success, as course results are published across the country today.     This year, the College’s A Level students have achieved an outstanding overall A2 pass rate of 98%, demonstrating that the College continues to maintain an excellent level of performance […]

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Congratulations Rebecca – Junior Scratch Race World Champion 2016
July 26, 2016

Congratulations to Weymouth College student Rebecca Raybould who rode to her first world title at the UCI Junior Track World Championships in Aigle with a powerful performance in the women’s scratch race.           Rebecca rode to victory in the 38-lap scratch race after making a well-timed break off the front of […]

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Weymouth College students work on ‘Land Bone Stone App’
July 25, 2016

In a ground-breaking new project – part of the South Dorset Landscape Partnership (The Land of Bone and Stone)  – a series of three smartphone Apps have been developed.  The Apps allow the user to experience for themselves the natural sounds which are often heard high on the skyline and along footpaths, ancient tracks and […]

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Another successful Careers College week at Weymouth College
July 18, 2016

Year nine and year ten pupils from across Dorset got the opportunity to try out a range of careers at last week’s Careers College at Weymouth College. There was a vast range of course areas for the students to choose from including: 3D animation, fashion design, law, construction, hairdressing, games programming, forensic science, renewable energy […]

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Congratulations Rebecca
July 13, 2016

Congratulations to Weymouth College student Rebecca Raybould – and the members of the British Cycling Junior Academy team pursuit squad – Bronze Medal winners at the UEC Junior and Under-23 European Track Championships in Montichiari yesterday.

Weymouth College – Primary College 2016
July 12, 2016

Primary College 2016 was running all last week here on campus – with Year Six pupils from across Dorset visiting the college to try out a range of courses. Over the three days many  of the pupils conducted interviews and ‘news gathered’ to produce a full page of editorial which was featured each day in […]

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Safer Road Crossing Campaign – Success for Weymouth College students
June 29, 2016

Weymouth College students are celebrating a successful campaign to get the road crossing which divides the college campus made safer. The campaign was led by students on the college’s ‘Futures’ course with help from County Councillor Mike Byatt.   The students met with staff from Dorset Highways who – after listening to their concerns – […]

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Weymouth’s Rebecca Raybould to represent Great Britain at the UCI Junior Track World Championships in Switzerland in July
June 22, 2016

Congratulations to Weymouth College student Rebecca Raybould, who has been confirmed by British Cycling as a member of the squad to represent Great Britain at the UCI Junior Track World Championships taking place in Aigle, Switzerland from 20-24 July. The eighteen-strong squad is comprised of members of British Cycling’s Junior Academy across the sprint and endurance disciplines […]

QAA Quality Mark for Weymouth College
June 10, 2016

  Following the College’s recent Higher Education Review (HER), the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) has confirmed that Weymouth College can display the QAA Quality Mark, indicating to UK and international students that it meets national requirements for standards and quality.   Press release from QAA 9 June 2016 The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education […]

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‘Writers’ Workshop’ for Creative Writing Students
May 24, 2016

During April, the A Level Creative Writing students spent a great afternoon with novelist Jason Webster and poet and non-fiction writer Robert Twigger. Twelve students and staff came together in college to take part in a series of writing exercises geared around ‘making a cup of tea’. It may sound simple –maybe even dull – […]

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