Today, women are still fighting their battles, waiting for cracks to appear in the glass ceilings of the work place, eternally absorbing the intensive domestic aftermath of childbirth and its complex consequences.Review of ‘Vinegar Tom’ by Caryl Churchill – full story
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Calderdale College have had an award-winning year to say the least! Throughout the academic year the College has been awarded the Warwick CEI Award, highlighting how enterprising the College is across all curriculum and programme areas, the Pearson Teacher of the Year Award given to Hairdressing lecturer Helen Sutcliffe and let’s not forget the Women’s Football Development Centre who were crowned champions of the British Colleges of Sport, Yorkshire and Humberside league, to name but a few.An Award Winning Year for an Award Winning College – full story
After leaving school at 16, Roger Priestly has worked in a number of different roles. From foundry work to silver service, Roger is no stranger to the different career choices that are available to 16+ school leavers and yet has never found a job he could call a career. Until now.Never Too Late to Pursue Your Dream Career! – full story
Over 100 students from across all Art & Design courses including Film and Photography will be exhibiting their work at the piece Hall in Halifax.End of Year Art Exhibition – full story
Calderdale College Performing Arts students will be performing two plays by British playwright Caryl Churchill at the Empty Space Theatre at Calderdale College. ‘Cloud 9’ will be performed on Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th June and 'Vinegar Tom' will be performed on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st June.Students Perform Cloud 9 & Vinegar Tom by Caryl Churchill – full story