The importance of bees

The Importance of bees
A2 Biology students at Central Sussex College’s Sixth Form Haywards Heath discovered the importance of bees when they welcomed guest speaker, President of the West Sussex Beekeepers Association, Thomas Moore earlier this month.
Hair we go!

Hair we go!

Newly enrolled Barbering students at Central Sussex College’s Crawley campus learned key male grooming tips at the Barbering Certificate Launch Night on Wednesday 15 October.

Excellent achievement

Excellent Achievement!

Central Sussex College has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence 2014 by South and South East in Bloom following Crawley’s Gold award and achievement in the Small City category at the recent South and South East in Bloom awards ceremony.

Crawley STEMfest preparations begin

Crawley STEMfest preparations begin

Preparations are already under way for the biggest, most exciting event of the summer for young people in the South East – Crawley STEMfest and the Big Bang Fair South East 2015 – and they will be bigger and better than ever.

Seismic success for Rachel

Seismic Success!

Central Sussex College student Rachel Mackenzie has been awarded prizes for herself and the College after winning the Year 12-13 group ‘CGG Seismic Competition’ at the Big Bang South-East Regional Fair earlier this year.

Business people at work

New training for logistics sector

Apprenticeships and Advanced Apprenticeships in Warehousing, as well as Apprenticeships in Logistics Operations have now been added to the College's broad portfolio of training

elekta plans expansion

Elekta plans expansion

Students from Central Sussex College’s Higher National Certificate/Diploma in Engineering were among the first of the public to view the plans for Elekta Ltd.’s new multi-million Cornerstone Centre of Excellence, at a consultation event held on Friday 10 October.

Gold CREST Science Success

Gold CREST science success

An exceptional science student from Central Sussex College’s Sixth Form Haywards Heath has been chosen to receive the Gold CREST award for his research into seed preservation.

Dylan Gillah

Talented student rewarded with prize from arts society

A talented A Level student from Central Sussex College’s Sixth Form Haywards Heath scooped a £150 prize from the Mid Sussex branch of the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) on Thursday 9 October.

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