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Transition Event, Wednesday 11 March, 6pm

Support for students at Cadbury Sixth Form College

Learning Support invites you to attend our upcoming Transition Event on Wednesday 11 March, 6-8pm. 

This event aims to give you the perfect opportunity to gain a greater understanding of how Cadbury Sixth Form College supports students with additional education and health needs.

You will also have the chance to meet current students who will talk about their own experiences.

We look forward to meeting you! If you have any questions about this event, please email Sian
Whitehouse at [email protected]

Light refreshments will be provided. 

Venue:
Cadbury Sixth Form College
Downland Close,
Kings Norton,
Birmingham
B38 8QT

For more information please call 0121 458 3898.
 

Cadbury Performing Arts Students Help Police Tackle Community Crime

PC Matt Shakespeare with Cadbury Sixth Form College Performing Arts students

Schools Link Officer Matt Shakespeare from West Midlands Police's Kings Norton Neighbourhood Team has been working with Performing Arts students on a Theatre in Education production.

The students have now started touring local schools with their Cadbury Blue play, written to raise awareness and highlight the dangers of knife crime to pupils. 

PC Shakespeare came up with the idea and met with BTEC Subsidiary Diploma students and tutor Mitch Miller, who "was invaluable in his support, ideas and guidance".

This is what PC Shakespeare had to say about Cadbury Blue:

"The amount of work and effort that these guys have put into a project that goes towards their Theatre in Education course, but will also help educate and guide our secondary school age pupils around the community, has been inspirational. It shows just how amazing collaborative work truly is.

Nicholas is banking on success with prestigious apprenticeship at HSBC

HSBC Degree Apprentice Nicholas Wood

Cadbury Sixth Form College student Nicholas Wood is one of just 10 students to land an apprenticeship at one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations.

Showing sheer determination and ambition to gain his position on the HSBC’s Degree Apprenticeship scheme, Nicholas is now getting the best of three worlds by combining university study and full-time employment with his four-year apprenticeship.

After the initial panic of discovering he had missed the application deadline, the Business and Photography student grabbed his motorbike and made his way to HSBC's national HQ in Birmingham to plead his case. Managers admired his ambition and allowed him to submit his application.

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