Pembrokeshire College year one Performing Arts students have recently been performing The Crime of Your Life at secondary schools across the county as part of a two-week crime prevention campaign with Dyfed Powys Police.
2019 sees Pembrokeshire become the Feature Host County for the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society (RWAS). To celebrate this landmark which comes around every 12 years for counties across Wales, this year’s RWAS Lady Ambassador Emily Davies has teamed up with Pembrokeshire College to create a short video explaining what it’s all about.
As part of the Speakers for Schools initiative, Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams visited Pembrokeshire College last week to talk about her experiences and achievements as well as sharing insights to inspire students.
Pembrokeshire College A-level History department recently took AS and A2 students on a four-day tour of Berlin to immerse them within German history as part of their studies.
After great success at the Skills Competition Wales Semi Final, Pembrokeshire College advanced welding students Joel Blair, Cohen Lewis and Nathan John secured places in the final held at Newport Gwent earlier this year.
Two Pembrokeshire College Independent Living Skills students recently won first place at the Skills Wales Media Entry Competition. The Inspiring Skills Excellence in Wales project delivers and promotes Skills Competitions in Wales on behalf of the Skills Champions Network, a group of training providers from across Wales that are committed to engaging and supporting competitors […]
As part of International Women’s Day, staff and students from Pembrokeshire College celebrated not only the success of female staff and students but also the importance of gender parity and the role that the College plays in pursuing this.