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From the classroom to the rugby field

Wednesday, 15 February, 2012

A Wakefield College student will soon be able to get his own back on his tutor when the pair clash on opposing sides in this weekend’s Northern Rail Rugby Cup at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster. Eighteen year old Jamie Crowther, who is studying on the BTEC National Certificate in Sports Performance and Excellence, will go head-to-head with his Sports lecturer James Ford when Jamie’s team, Doncaster Rugby League Club, takes on the York Knights – the team captained by James Ford.

College students learn the art of Asian cooking

Wednesday, 25 January, 2012

Catering students from Wakefield College this week have been learning the art of fine Asian cuisine, thanks to the head chef and his team from Jinnah Indian Restaurant.

Gingerbread house winner

Wednesday, 25 January, 2012

Congratulations to Level 1 Diploma in Professional Cookery student Alex Craven winning the annual 2011/12 Gingerbread House competition.

Americana

Thursday, 12 January, 2012

Year 1 students on the Higher National Diploma in Music (Popular Music) presented two sets of original songs that had been specifically written for their Songwriting Techniques and Skills module.

Bullets - Live Music Performance

Thursday, 15 December, 2011

Wakefield College Music students perform ‘Bullets’, an original composition.

Tis Pity She’s a Whore - Multimedia: Judas

Tuesday, 13 December, 2011

First published in 1633 during the reign of Charles I, John Ford’s incestuous love story is one of the most powerful and controversial plays ever written. It is a classic example of the way in which the tragic plays of this time questioned morality, saw love as a violent entity and highlighted corruption in the halls of power... not in fact, a million miles away from what is potent in today’s society.

Tis Pity She’s a Whore - Multimedia: Rolling in the Deep

Tuesday, 13 December, 2011

First published in 1633 during the reign of Charles I, John Ford’s incestuous love story is one of the most powerful and controversial plays ever written. It is a classic example of the way in which the tragic plays of this time questioned morality, saw love as a violent entity and highlighted corruption in the halls of power... not in fact, a million miles away from what is potent in today’s society.

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