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Local school children and volunteers at Gloucester’s St James City Farm were treated to an equestrian demonstration from Professor Andy Collop of Hartpury University and Hartpury College.
Two county schools are celebrating after receiving ‘Good’ ratings from Ofsted.
Chosen Hill School in Churchdown is looking for local people to help students practise their interview skills.
Ribston Hall High School in Gloucester is inviting all year 11 students to find out about its sixth form offering.
The achievements of thousands of graduates are being celebrated at University of Gloucestershire’s 2022 graduation ceremonies this week.
Two researchers from Cirencester’s Royal Agricultural University (RAU) have been ranked at the very top of their profession.
Car dealership Arnold Clark has started its search for 400 new apprentices for 2023.
Gloucestershire College has a range of apprenticeship vacancies closing soon.
HRH The Princess Royal joined Maisemore Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) volunteers and invited guests at Hartpury University and Hartpury College staff to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
All children from reception to year 6 are set to be offered a flu vaccine before Christmas.
Stroud District Council has joined forces with Stroud Library to launch a pilot scheme to help people look smart at job interviews and get into employment.
An apprentice working for Hydro has won an award at the Manufacturing Awards 2022.
A third of all new hires at KFC in the UK will be young people from disadvantaged backgrounds by 2030.
National Star is holding a staff recruitment open day next week.
Hartpury University awarded three honorary degrees and recognised the achievements of nearly 500 students at its graduation ceremonies.
A Cirencester-based company has launched a skills portal for the HS2 rail project.
A Cotswold company is partnering with SGS Berkeley Green University Technical College (UTC) to encourage the next generation of engineers.
It’s not too late to book your place on the latest Help to Grow: Management course for SMEs in Gloucestershire.
Baylis has taken on five new apprentices to train exclusively on the maintenance and repair of electric vehicles.
Three generations of Hartpury football team captains will play in the first round of the FA Cup for their external teams, when it gets underway tomorrow (November 5).
University of Gloucestershire’s Dr Jonathan Hobson has been elected to a national organisation which champions restorative practice in preventing harm or conflict.
T-level childcare and education students at Cirencester College explored risk assessment with an educational visit.
University of Gloucestershire has officially opened the doors of its groundbreaking Institute of Cybersecurity and Digital Innovation (ICDI) in Germany, designed to tackle the cyber skills gap.
To help create an inclusive and diverse business community, Renishaw has partnered with Barnwood Trust, a Gloucestershire-based charity.
Catering and hospitality students at Gloucestershire College will once again be working with the luxurious Farncombe Estate.
A first-of-its-kind degree apprenticeship launched by University of Gloucestershire is answering growing industry calls for qualified ophthalmic imaging practitioners.
The deadline for university applications to Oxford and Cambridge, as well as medicine, dentistry and veterinary courses, ended on October 15.
The team at Cheltenham Bournside School launched a new Inspire Lecture Series, with a programme of 10 inspirational lectures planned for this academic year.
Cynam is holding an event for 1,000 Gloucestershire schoolgirls next month.
Youth bereavement charity, Winston’s Wish, is calling out to bereaved 13–25-year-olds to help it do better at supporting their age group.
Gloucestershire College offers courses for anyone who is unemployed or looking to change career.
University of Gloucestershire graduates and students have won awards in a worldwide design competition celebrating inspiring projects with positive social or environmental impact.
Two National Star students have been working in the tearoom at Tewkesbury Abbey.
A new networking event for the tech and creative community takes place in Cheltenham next week (October 26).
Ian Mean, Gloucestershire director of Business West, was recently invited to speak at BorgWarner.
Are you interested in finding out more about the wide range of roles and career opportunities on offer at National Star?
A student at Cheltenham Bournside School and Sixth Form Centre has been named the winner of the Bournemouth Young Researchers Prize.
Skills in renewable energy and retrofit are set to receive a major boost, thanks to a grant award from a Gloucestershire-based fund.
New University of Gloucestershire chancellor Lord Michael Bichard has pledged to play an active role in supporting the university's ambitions.
Work is underway on Hartpury’s brand-new £12.75 million University Learning Hub.
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