Duke of Edinburgh participants and students from the College surmounted the summit of Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world without the help of Sherpas or Oxygen!Calderdale College Students Reach the Top of the World – full story
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On Saturday 11th May, Go Karting returns to Francis Street PWC car park, for what will surely be an action packed event. Thrills and spills are guaranteed as Year 11 School learners from the Ryburn Construction Centre and learners based at the main campus at Calderdale College will put their Karts to the ultimate test, in a series of qualifying races leading to the grand final showdown.Karting Fever Hits College – full story
Duke of Edinburgh students at Calderdale College will be climbing the equivalent height of Mount Everest (8848 meters or 29,029 ft) on the College climbing wall in the Hannah Cockroft Sports Hall at the Inspire Centre on Wednesday 8th May between 8am - 4pm.Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – full story
Calderdale College Women’s Football Development Centre secured a 3-2 victory over Barnsley College on Wednesday to be crowned BCS League winners.Calderdale College Crowned BCS League Winners – full story
Lloyds Banking Group delivered 'back to school' sessions earlier this week at Calderdale College.Lloyds Bank Teach the Importance of Lifelong Learning – full story