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GCSE pass rates exceed London averages at KCC
GCSE pass rates exceed London averages at KCC
Students at Kensington and Chelsea College (KCC) celebrated some of the highest GCSE retake grades in London. Pass rates at KCC were 54.7 per cent for GCSE English and 25.7 for GCSE Maths compared to the... View post
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Kensington and Chelsea College (KCC) Level 4 Art and Design graduate, Simone Bynoe, was selected by Curator Rosalind Davis for the Rules of Freedom exhibition. Simone is the youngest career artist to be exhibiting, alongside her KCC tutor, Justin Hibbs.
Marlborough Primary School, an architectural award-winning school in London’s Chelsea run by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, will be on show for the first time at the world’s biggest architectural festival, Open House, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September.
Kensington and Chelsea College learners Armstrong Nkosi and Kevin Kimbenga are celebrating the success of their film ‘The Eyes of Grenfell’ which was accepted into the Portobello Film & Arts Festival 2018. The Grenfell Tower documentary demonstrates community feeling around the tragic fire that occurred, at its first anniversary.
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Kensington and Chelsea College has recently been MATRIX accredited for the College’s Learner Services. This extends the College’s accreditation which applied to IAG (information, advice and guidance) from 2015.
The Design and Multimedia Department is opening its End of Year Show at Kensington Centre this week.
Kensington and Chelsea College has been rated best FE college in London for success rates for all levels between the ages 16-18. The college received an achievement rate of 79.7%, which is above the London average of 86.9%.
Students from the HND Fine Art course at Kensington and Chelsea College will be taking over 508 Kings Road Art Gallery in Chelsea to present their end-of-year show to art lovers from across the capital. Featuring a range of work including painting, sculpture, textiles and photography, the exhibition promises an exciting glimpse into the artistic practices of these emerging artists as they complete the equivalent of their second year of a BA degree.
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