Leading thespian Barrie Rutter trod the boards at Calderdale College last night to receive a new award in recognition of his ability to inspire others.Barrie Rutter treads Calderdale College boards to receive Inspiration Award – full story
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Totally Locally is a campaign being run by Marketing Halifax and Calderdale Council to encourage local residents and businesses to shop locally and thus help create more income for the local economy. As one of the largest employers in the area, the College uses a large number of local businesses and as such is keen to support the Totally Locally campaign.Calderdale College backs Totally Locally campaign – full story
Nail Service and Photography students were set a challenging assignment as part of their studies. Working to a limited budget the Nail Service students had to work with Photography students to plan and carry out a shoot which highlighted their creative nail skills. The themes they were given were Halloween, Christmas, sweets, animal prints and clowns.Nail Students Fashion Shoot – full story
Calderdale College Principal, Chris Jones, took a back seat on Friday 6 November, when Life Skills student Mark Andrews took over his role for the day as part of the UK-wide '11 Million Takeover Day'.Mark takes over for the day – full story
Art & Design students from Calderdale College opened last night’s Charity Fashion Show at Todmorden Town Hall, which raised funds for Upper Calder Charity Assist and Age Concern.Inspired student clothes collection joins charity fashion show – full story