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Year 13 Leisure Studies Football Frenzy
by Helen Green - Wednesday, 21 October 2015, 01:09 PM
 
 

On Monday 5th October 2015 four Year 13 Leisure Studies students (Tom Molyneux, Ollie Carthew, James Ford and Jamie Kalicki) organised and ran the Frenzy Football Event for the Year 7 boys in tutor groups 7.5 and 7.6. This event involved a series of football drills followed by a football 5 a side tournament. It was held at the Dragon Leisure Centre, our local leisure provider. All students participated extremely well showing some fantastic football skills. They thoroughly enjoyed every moment and insisted that they would love to do it again.

Picture of the winning team:

 
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Success for our Year 13 Leisure Studies Students!
by Helen Green - Tuesday, 20 October 2015, 12:23 PM
 
 

Year 13 leisure studies students Amy Trudgian and Josh Taphouse along with their very helpful sports leaders from years 8, 9 and 10 after a successful multi skills event.

  This event occurred on Wednesday 14th October and lasted for around 2 hours, focussing on fundamental skills for year 2 primary school children. 66 primary school children from local schools attended this event; however the large numbers didn’t faze anyone involved! The feedback from the children was very positive, of which was mainly down to the amazing effort from the sports leaders! The event was an overall success and the college was very impressed with the verbal feedback from the local primary schools.

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Bodmin College team scoops first prize in Microsoft competition
by Helen Green - Friday, 11 September 2015, 12:21 PM
 

 

The Eden Project hosted a Microsoft DigiGirlz event, in partnership with Microsoft. The event was designed to provide young women with a better understanding of what a career in technology is all about.

DigiGirlz, a Microsoft YouthSpark program, gives secondary school girls the opportunity to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops.

The students heard from motivational speakers, such as Kate Hughes, Microsoft/Skype sponsor of the DigiGirlz event and co-founder of non-profit group Software Cornwall, Michele Freed, Partner PM Manager, Skype, Felicity Herst, Program Manager at Microsoft/Skype, and Cathy Walkington, HR Director PE & O at Microsoft/Skype.

The young women interacted with Microsoft employees and managers to gain exposure to careers in business and technology. They also got an inside look at what it's like to work at Microsoft. The event challenged girls from 10 different Cornish schools to create a pitch for a new game or app. All the teams chose to theme their pitches around encouraging people to go outside and interact with nature. At the end of the day they pitched their ideas to a panel of judges and a winner was announced.

Ms Drybrough, Head of Computer Science at Bodmin College, said: "I'm incredibly proud of this bunch of girls; they've done a fantastic job today. Their team work was phenomenal and the outcome was great. I think their app is fantastic and it could take off."

Grace Williams, who was part of the winning team, said: "I think we worked really well as a team and it was cool to be able to think of your own app. I also think it was quite cool to meet some of the people from Microsoft."

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by Helen Green - Friday, 4 September 2015, 10:51 AM
 

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Success for Our Gold Duke Of Edinburgh Teams!
by Helen Green - Thursday, 2 July 2015, 02:38 PM
 
 

Well done to our two sixth form teams who have just completed their gruelling gold Duke of Edinburgh assessment.

Here they are in Brecon, atop of Pen-Y-Fan!

 

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