Performing Arts students recently performed a “flash mob” at our Wandsworth campus and in the local Southside Wandworth shopping centre.
Students and shoppers stopped in delight to watch our talented students use a wide variety of well-choreographed dance moves to the song “Say Hey (I Love You)” that brought a smile to everyone’s faces with many of them clapping and cheering at the end. From this, students gained invaluable experience that will help to build confidence, work as a team and increase their ability to take part in a live show.
You can see more photos and watch a short video of the performance over at our Instagram page along with other content from around our College. Feel free to follow us on there to keep up to date on other things happening here too!
Our Level 2 and Level 3 Sports students attended a workshop on careers in Sport and employability skills at Fulham Football Club’s ground, Craven Cottage. Jim Hart, Fulham FC Employability Coach, delivered the workshop.
The focus during the workshop was on career pathways and roles in Sport, developing personal and social skills and the employability skills and attributes that employers such as Fulham FC look for from their staff. This employer collaboration offers a great opportunity to learners and is a valued partnership for the College.
South Thames College’s Employability and Work Experience team have worked closely with employers to develop a series of Employer Inspirational Talks for students across a variety of curriculum areas, throughout the academic year. This will see employers give overviews on career opportunities in their sector and their expectations as employers.