New Sixth Form programme launched at Windsor and Strode’s Colleges

The newly formed Windsor Forest College’s Group will be launching a new Sixth Form programme at Windsor and Strode’s Colleges forthcoming open days on Thursday 28 June, 4-6pm (Windsor) and Thursday 5 July 5-8pm (Strode’s). The two Colleges bring together academic expertise, outstanding resources and facilities and the largest A Level and BTEC curriculum in the area. “At 16 students are ready for a fresh start, often keen to go somewhere new and different for the next stage of their education. We find that those who choose college over staying at school are students who are looking for more independence while bridging the gap to university but still within a supportive and caring environment – the best of both worlds” commented Kate Webb, Group Principal and Chief Executive of the Windsor Forest Colleges Group. And that’s not the only way you get the best of both worlds at Windsor and Strode’s Colleges.... Read more

Langley College students trained for special royal wedding duties

Langley College students trained for special royal wedding duties

Langley College students are receiving specialist training to play a central role at the forthcoming coming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. As Royal Borough Ambassadors, the Foundation Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management students, Business and Public Service students are now first aid and counter-terrorism trained, ready to help manage the crowds and be the eyes and ears on the ground as they work alongside other trained professionals on the big day. With media interest at an all-time high the students found themselves as the stars of a yet to be aired episode of the One Show. Presenter Matt Allwright spent the afternoon filming the students as they walked the wedding procession route, which on the day may have an estimated 100,000 plus visitors. Tune into BBC1 week commencing 14 May to see the students discuss their training with St John’s Ambulance, Project Griffin counter-terrorism and the confidential updates... Read more

PIXAR co-founder teleported live into a virtual classroom with students in Langley

PIXAR co-founder teleported live into a virtual classroom with students in Langley

Game-changing ENGAGE platform beams in the best teachers from around the world The traditional classroom lesson were finally consigned to the history books when technology pioneers, Immersive VR Education, beamed experts from California and Dubai into a virtual classroom to teach students here at Langley College, via a short trip to the moon.   PIXAR co-founder, Loren Carpenter, was ‘beamed’ in to the virtual reality (VR) classroom live from the US so that IT and gaming students could learn from the very best in the world on how VR brings education to life. Commenting on the future of VR in education he said: “Through virtual reality, we can create a fabulous distributed classroom where anyone in the world with the internet can access a classroom and teaching. We can examine concepts that are difficult to recreate in other ways. Students can experience what it is like at the top of Everest or get... Read more

East Berkshire College uses Cookies. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume you are happy to receive cookies from this website

Browse courses

Select from any of the menus below below to find a course:

Search courses

Enter a course title or code

×
  1. Profile

    Your own personal space on our website. Add your picture, save your details for faster applications, and more.

  2. my Courses

    Any courses you click 'like' on are saved here for browsing later. You can also check the progress of courses you have already applied for.

  3. my Prospectus

    Create a personalised digital prospectus from the courses you have clicked ‘like’ on throughout the site.

  4. Help & Advice

    Questions? Visit our help centre for tips and information on how to get the most out of myEBC.

×