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Having completed a series of entrepreneurial challenges throughout the autumn months, 36 students from six colleges around South Wales have put their commercial skills to the test by operating a number of pop-up Christmas market stalls in Cardiff city centre on Thursday, December 15th.
Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams has officially opened Willows High Learning Lounge – a project between Reaching Wider First Campus Programme and Willows High School in Cardiff with the generous support of local industry and businesses.
Bargoed schoolchildren became real-life engineers for the day when they took part in a national engineering challenge held at the University of South Wales.
My Education, our family engagement project, has recently undertaken eight pupil led consultations with parents and the local community of Lewis School, Pengam and St Martins School, Caerphilly.
Twenty one young people, from the gypsy, young traveller and Roma communities visited Treforest Campus on 13 May. First Campus was pleased to again, collaborate with Travelling Ahead in order to reach out to these young people and created an interesting and varied day for them to enjoy.
Sixty Year 6 pupils from Lliswerry Primary School visited the Caerleon Campus on 21st April. They took part in a range of activities in the Sport Centre – trampolining, golf, karate and gymnastics. Working in groups they carouselled around all the activities.