A Suffolk teenager has become the youngest person to be signed by a music publisher as the first step in his ambition to become an international singer/songwriter.
Students at West Suffolk College have completed a unique project to create art works for people with dementia after meeting them, and in some cases crying, because they found the encounters “scary” and “difficult”.
When Simeon Velichkov arrived from Bulgaria ten months ago he couldn’t speak a word of English. Now he has been given an outstanding progress award on his Progression to Automative course at West Suffolk College.
Tiny Hamish the hedgehog knew what he was doing when he sought sanctuary in a Newmarket school because he got taken to the Animal Welfare Centre in the school grounds where he is being looked after by animal care students.
A unique and innovative scheme for students at West Suffolk College combining Maths, Art, Religion and Science has been recognised and shortlisted for the prestigious Times Educational Supplement (TES) FE Awards.
At one time Jack Walsh was homeless and sleeping in his car. Holly Warren was so depressed she stayed in bed for weeks on end. Now they are both starting jobs and have smiles on their faces after completing a Prince’s Trust course.
A group of West Suffolk College carpentry Apprentices and students were picked as the first in the country to be taught how to use a new cladding system that is being put on thousands of newly built homes.
Young people’s artistic reactions to the famous Bury St Edmunds Witch Trials are the basis of a new exhibition at Moyse’s Hall Museum this weekend (December 2 to 4).
Students at West Suffolk College had a taste of real business when they set about raising money during Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Painting and Decorating students at West Suffolk College have been putting their skills into practise by refurbishing the Northumberland Avenue Methodist church in Bury St Edmunds.