Brett Freeman, Principal here at Woking College. Welcome to our College.
Woking College Means Business 2018
February 26, 2018, 2:25 pm
This week, Business Studies students at Woking College hosted the “Mini Oscars of the Business Department”. Now in its sixth year, students designed, staged and orchestrated the entire event to celebrate their achievements in their BTEC studies. Smart dress was obligatory and an after event party celebrated success.
Students raised funds for Woking Hospice by selling tickets to the event.
Awards were given to both students and teachers with the serious academic awards sitting alongside some more “tongue in cheek” accolades.
Most hardworking students went to Gemma Seal and Aisha Hussain; most creative student to Jessica Trowbridge, and Megan Dearsley was voted student most likely to appear on TV show "The Apprentice".
Business teacher Selina Mahmood praised the students on their commitment to organising the event and commented that the project would be an asset to their applications for university or the workplace.
Woking College Maths Students Excel in National Maths Challenge
Three exceptionally talented Woking College Physics students excelled at what is known as the toughest science competition in the U.K.
Over 30 Woking College Computer Science students took part in an international computing competition which attracts entrants from 30 countries.
Sister Act, the Musical, came alive at Woking College this week with a cast of over 50 students and a live band. Each of the evening performances were sold out before the event.
Woking College Fine Art Student Grace Burns has joined the elite of the Art World with her portrait of her father entitled. “My Dad Left View”