#CollegesWeek 2020: How colleges showed their love

From playlists to heart-shaped constructions and carved pumpkins - colleges found dozens of ways to mark #CollegesWeek

Julia Belgutay

How college staff and students shared their love during Colleges Week

Today marks the last day of #CollegesWeek 2020 – and although there may have been fewer face-to-face, campus-based activities than normal, there has been no shortage of celebration and creativity.

We have compiled a small selection of the many ways in which colleges and their staff and students have showed their appreciation and that they #LoveOurColleges.

Bedford College principal Ian Pryce brought together a group of fellow FE leaders for his very own #LoveOurColleges anthem.

While on a musical theme, a number of colleges also contributed to a new Spotify playlist. 

Myerscough College students shared their love for their college in colourful ways.

 

#CollegesWeek 2020: A college celebration

You couldn't have a celebration without a TikTok routine – here is what students at Craven College came up with.

Still looking for inspiration for your Hallowe'en decorations? Take a look at this from Keighley College.

Colleges are known for teaching essential construction skills –  and students were putting them to good use. 

And to round off the week, students at New College Durham created a range of mocktails to mark the occasion. Which one did you try? 

 

 

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Julia Belgutay

Julia Belgutay

Julia Belgutay is head of FE at Tes

Find me on Twitter @JBelgutay

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