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Thursday, 02 July 2015

Bournemouth & Poole College’s Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) exhibition and awards ceremony was extra special for one-second year student this year. 

Not only was Liam Curtis’s work impressing the many visitors to the Digital Design Centre at the College’s Poole site, but he will soon be heading for a year of work experience at one of the north of England’s leading creative design agencies, Liverpool based Uniform.

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Two final year Hospitality students from Bournemouth & Poole College, recently competed in the annual ‘Institute of Hospitality (IOH) Students Awards Evening’ held at the exclusive Lainston House near Winchester.

Chloe Coxhill and Clark Montano from BTEC Level 3 in Hospitality Supervision were up against stiff competition from students representing South Downs College and Highbury College.

Tuesday, 16 June 2015

The BTEC National Extended Diploma students in Hospitality really put on a show for their final assessment on planning and staging an event.  A fantastical and creative display of decorations and props transformed The Escoffier into a magical dream world. Madhatter’s hats adorned the table centre pieces and an array of toadstools, flowers and lights created a sparkling atmosphere.

The set was designed and created by Kelly Bailey, chef patisserie for the evening alongside event co-ordinator Chloe Coxhill (Alice for the evening).  

Friday, 12 June 2015

Renowned chef Cyrus Todiwala spiced things up in the kitchen on a visit to The Bournemouth & Poole College.

Cyrus, the BBC’s 2014 'Food Personality of the Year' and his wife Pervin, supervised and inspired Specialised Chef Scholarship students to create a mouth-watering seven course feast for around 60 diners at The College’s Escoffier Restaurant.

Friday, 12 June 2015

A seminar to promote the role of women in STEM held at The Bournemouth and Poole College was an outstanding success. More than 80 delegates packed into the main STEM lecture theatre to confront the issue of why women are under-represented in the sciences.

The vast majority of attendees to the event were women and their determination to breakdown gender stereotypes was clear. The idea that women are less dedicated to the cause of science or cannot contribute to engineering and sciences is not sustainable.

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