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Students earn praise from business leaders

Our Envision enrichment group of second year students took part in an exciting challenge this month, earning buckets of praise from Birmingham's business leaders in the Community-Apprentice Pitching Challenge.  This year, Cadbury College had two teams of students entering the Community-Apprentice competition, which is running in fifteen schools across the city.  

Loosley based on the popular TV Show, The Apprentice, young people from across the city develop key employability skills by working in teams, developing communication techniques and demonstrating their strengths whilst managing their own projects.  Rather than competing to earn the most money, the teams strive to make the biggest positive impact on their respective communities.

Turning ideas into action

Students explore new approaches to art and fiction!

On Wednesday 30th November, Creative Writing and Digital Art students from Cadbury College visited a range of Birmingham Galleries as part of a research project for their respective A-level and BTEC courses.

During the day, they visited the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, The Gas Hall and Waterhall Galleries as well as The Custard Factory.  They also paid a visit to the Birmingham Library and the festive German Market!

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