A Level music students have been given the opportunity to enhance their understanding of their subject through a series of workshops with renowned pianist and music academic, Will Hancox.
Teams of students from schools and colleges across Sussex - including Central Sussex - battled it out to be named winner of the 2014 ‘Great Electric Egg Race’ in March.
Two students from the College’s Sixth Form Haywards Heath were honoured at the annual Rotary Youth Community Service Awards in March, run by the Haywards Heath Rotary Club.
Public Service students from the Crawley campus experienced real-life community work, volunteering on a five week placement with the Sussex Wildlife Trust.
Budding photographers from the Crawley campus were drafted in by local eatery La Rusta, to showcase their stylish take on afternoon tea, ahead of Mother's Day.
Business students from the Crawley campus took part in a workshop day run by Virgin Holidays at Gatwick where they found out more about a career in the travel industry.
Business students from the Crawley campus have been taking part in a series of workshops to help them prepare for employment in the finance industry, run by KPMG and Lombard.
The College hosted its first ever ‘Futures Fair’ in March, with students and members of the public invited to find out more about a range of different career and university options and apprenticeships.
Geography students from the Sixth Form Haywards Heath explored historic Prague as part of a trip to discover more about the changing roles of Europe’s superpowers.
A group of French students studying health and social care subjects spent a morning at the College’s Crawley campus where they met up with their English counterparts.
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