Heroin(e) for Breakfast is one of the success stories to come out of the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year. It is fair to say that the performance has gone down a storm with audiences which led to standing daily ovations in addition to the play winning the First Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award.Heroin(e) For Breakfast – full story
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Two years after its inception, the collaboration between a group of Yorkshire Further Education (FE) colleges and education providers in China continues to go from strength to strength.Yorkshire, Chinese Collaboration goes from strength to strength – full story
The Dance Mill, based at Whiterose Mill, Holmfield, Halifax will open its doors on September 19 and 20 for a weekend of dance taster classes. The centre was opened to accommodate the growing dance academy at Calderdale College – which offers intensive non-academic training.A new dance studio is raising money for a children's hospice to mark its launch – full story
Ruth Stead, manager of the North Halifax Skills Centre in Club Lane which is part of Calderdale College, has been shortlisted for a 2009 STAR Award for her outstanding contribution to learning and skills. The STAR Awards are funded by the Learning & Skills Improvement Service which will host a celebration event in Leeds in October and a national award ceremony in London on Thursday 26 November.Skills Centre head shortlisted for National Star award – full story
Calderdale College has a wide range of Foundation Degrees and Degrees available for September 09. Our degrees are externally validated for quality and are awarded by either the University of Bradford, University of Huddersfield or Leeds Metropolitan University.Study for a Foundation Degree or Degree – full story