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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.
Glassmaking students at Kensington and Chelsea College have been successful in the ‘Inspired by V&A’ awards. Three Glassmaking students were shortlisted in this year’s awards ceremony. Janine Greenberg won in the category ‘Glass and Stained Glass.’ Janine’s work Love, Light and Strength was inspired by BirdBath, a stained glass work by Judith Scheschter on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Despite a slight 1.7% dip in rental prices across London post Brexit (from May to July), latest average rental figures from Portico London Estate Agent show the £500-a-month room in a two bedroom property is now extinct.
Tickets now on sale for one of the most exciting weekends of summer sport on London’s Parson’s Green, 9th – 10th July
Spring has officially started and to celebrate, exclusive London casino Maxims is hosting a new ‘Swing into Spring’ event every Thursday evening throughout April.
On Saturday 5th March to raise money for Sport Relief 2016
After the success of their recent promenade performance in Trellick Tower, young locals are now turning their hand to producing a radio play.SPID Theatre are producing a radio play in collaboration with local young people based on the real stories of the residents of iconic Trellick Tower, designed by Erno Goldfinger. The play will be broadcast in front of a studio audience live from Trellick Tower, from the space that was originally Goldfinger’s office. Young people will perform the play and sound effects, alongside presenting their own radio show
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