Way out in front

10th July 2009 at 01:00

South Cheshire College takes a long-term view of student recruitment by running taster sessions for hundreds of primary pupils. Primary College 2009 involved up to 1,250 primary-age children from 30 schools in a four- day event during which they tried a wide range of activities, from bricklaying, painting and decorating to dance and circus skills. South Cheshire has run the event for 16 years.

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