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.
THURSDAY 11th OCTOBER 2018 | 16:30 to 20:00. We look forward to welcoming you to our Autumn Open Evening when you will have the opportunity to meet staff and students, tour the College and discuss your future options. The Principal's address will be at 5.00pm, 6.00pm and 7. 00 pm
Students and teachers here are delighted with an excellent set of results this year. Similar to the last few year students achieved an advanced level pass rate of 99% and with 60% achieving high grades - a fantastic 7% improvement on the previous year; that means
On the hottest evening of the year the private view of Woking College’s Summer Exhibition at the Lightbox on Wednesday attracted over 500 visitors including parents, current, past and prospective students, governors of the College and trustees of the Lightbox.
Two Woking College students were presented this week with awards from Zonta International – an organisation that empowers and enhances the status of women around the World.
This week Woking College Health & Social Care students ran an extremely well attended Health Fair to highlight issues which affect young people today.