In the week when US president Joe Biden travelled to Cornwall, and the UK celebrated the arrival of summer, the further education sector basked in the glory of the Tes FE Awards.
Apprenticeship and skills minister Gillian Keegan attended the Association of Employment and Learning Providers' (AELP) conference, and Brockenhurst College flew the Pride flag high. Meanwhile, Richmond upon Thames College celebrated former student Malachi Kirby's success at the Baftas.
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Congratulations to @Norfolklearn on winning @tesfenews Adult & Community Learning Provider of the Year Award!— Norwich Green Party (@NorwichGreens) June 10, 2021
A great achievement for @NorfolkCC 🎉
Check out their amazing range of courses many of which are free to the people of #Norwich & #Norfolk
Whoop! Whoop! Look what arrived today- our FREDIE Award for FE Provider of the Year and our TES Award for Support for Learners! Well done to all fantastic staff @CAVC @ForsterHiller @tesfenews #InspirationalInclusiveInfluential pic.twitter.com/Xk0UVxQvUi— Sharon James (@SmjamesJames) June 9, 2021
It was a real honour to speak at the @AELPUK National Conference today about how our Skills Bill will help spread #opportunity across the country. I want to thank members for their hard work to support learners during the pandemic. #AELPNC21 #skills #planforjobs pic.twitter.com/KjN1212PHn— Gillian Keegan (@GillianKeegan) June 8, 2021
We're so proud of our former Acting student, Malachi Kirby, who won the Supporting Actor #BAFTA for his role in Small Axe - well done Malachi! 👏🎉🎭#madeinrichmond #loveourcolleges https://t.co/tSfHSlfay1— Richmond College (@RuT_College) June 8, 2021
Today's damning Ofsted report on #sexualharassment in schools and colleges is a reminder that tackling sexual violence, and violence against women and girls, must continue to be a top priority for us all.— UCU Equality (@UCUequality) June 10, 2021
Today, @DofE patron HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, would have celebrated his 100th birthday. Some of our students have been busy on project expeditions digging, planting, painting and clearing our new dedicated Duke of Edinburgh's Awards area. @DofECentral @AshDofe @DofE pic.twitter.com/8DvhboOZo5— Derwen College (@DerwenCollege) June 10, 2021
Spotted at #Havering campus @LSBU, a #PartialSolarEclipse of the sun today at 11.13am! Did you manage to catch it (despite the British weather) too? Send us your photos. #teamLSBU pic.twitter.com/rENV8Ceg7q— LSBU Library & Learning Resources (@LLRlsbu) June 10, 2021