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Canterbury College has launched a ‘Summer Fun Holiday Club’ to help combat boredom this summer and help desperate parents cope with the long summer break.
An eye-catching Christmas card designed by a Canterbury College student has gone on sale at Paperchase stores across the country.
A young athlete from Canterbury College who owes his life to a liver donor is raising funds to compete in the World Transplant Games.
The Canterbury Partnership is the latest organisation to sign up to Canterbury College’s groundbreaking Armed Forces Community Covenant.
Liam Cozens, 17, who studies BTEC Media Production at Canterbury College, has been turning industry heads with his homemade 3D game Robots: Extreme Wars Live.
Canterbury College bricklaying students gave a literal meaning to the term ‘building blocks of education’ by laying the foundations for a new multi-million pound teaching complex.
Pop’s hot new band Lawson treated fans to an exclusive intimate gig at Canterbury College.
Students and staff from Canterbury College braved the snow to spread happiness in the community to help combat the Blue Monday blues.
We are delighted to confirm Canterbury College as the principal sponsor for The Culture Awards 2013.
Drama coaches have been helping students to get ahead in interviews by teaching them body language, voice and posture techniques.
Students got a taste of Premier League football when Norwich City FC’s Culinary Nutritionist visited Canterbury College.
HRH The Duke of Kent experienced college life when he visited Canterbury College this morning - February 12.
On Saturday 2 March, an 80-strong team of students and staff gave up their Saturday night to deliver the prestigious dinner which took place in Canterbury College’s Main Hall and Main Street.
Canterbury College students were challenged to design and innovate last week (Tuesday 26 February 2013) before being grilled by a Dragon’s Den style panel of directors.
On Tuesday 5 March students at Canterbury College were given a glimpse of life under Sir Alan Sugar by 2008 winner of TV’s The Apprentice, Lee McQueen.
ponsored eaters tucked into loaves of bread hollowed out to contain an entire roast dinner for the charity on Wednesday 13 March in a Man vs Food-style challenge for Comic Relief.
Meet Canterbury College’s new Vice Principal FE Curriculum and Quality – Katy Quinn.
You may have seen Photography tutor Lalo Borja’s work around College, but now he has a whole new audience – the Colombian art world.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. That’s premise of an exciting new exhibition at The Beaney by Canterbury College artists.
Visiting Japanese students have been introducing their Canterbury College counterparts to chadō – the Way of Tea ceremony.
An ex-soldier has been putting trainee fitness instructors from Canterbury College through a series of Army-style fitness workouts.
Canterbury College student Harry Fox has been elected to the NUS National Executive Council, completing a journey from troubled youth to a voice for students across the UK.
Canterbury College has received special funding from Sport England to get more students active.
Swale Campus students teamed up with local clothing boutiques to put on a glitzy fashion show.
Canterbury College staff will attempt to ‘climb’ of the equivalent of Mount Everest for charity on the 60th anniversary of explorers first reaching its peak.
Children at an impoverished Moroccan school have had their lives transformed thanks to Travel and Tourism students from Canterbury College.
With compulsory education until the age of 17 imminent, school pupils have been exploring their post-GCSE options with taster lessons at Canterbury College.
Artists from Canterbury College have won the chance to show their work at the prestigious Turner Contemporary gallery this summer.
A Canterbury College training centre based in a hostel for vulnerable adults is to receive a European Social Fund award.
Creative types from Canterbury College will be taking over the city with a series of exhibitions and gigs in June. Artists, photographers and filmmakers (with musicians in tow) will be putting on free shows around the area.