Article posted on:22-February-2018 Young Seafood Chef of the Year 2018 opens for entries The search for the next generation of top culinary talent is back on – as the prestigious UK Young Seafood Chef of the Year 2018 competition opens for entries.
Catering colleges from across the country have until Thursday, April 12 to enter their best young chefs for the competition, which culminates ...Read more here
Article posted on:22-February-2018 Motivational event aims to inspire veterans' return to education LOCAL veterans are invited to join us at the Grimsby Institute next month for an evening with motivational speaker Guy Batchelor.
The free event, which will see Guy chart his transition from military to civilian life, aims to connect with veterans returning to education and taking steps towards a new career.
From ...Read more here
Article posted on:14-February-2018 Performing Arts learner mentors local youngsters Performing Arts learner Paige Lowe has dedicated her half-term break to mentoring youngsters after climbing the ranks at a local holiday club.
The 18-year-old, who is currently studying for her Level 3 extended diploma, has been involved with social enterprise Climb 4 since starting at college two years ago.
The out-of-school club ...Read more here
Article posted on:2-February-2018 Digital and Creative learners prepare to show off! Staff and learners from the Grimsby School of Art have been busy putting the final touches to an exciting showcase set to be unveiled at Freshney Place.
The Show Offs exhibition will be open to the public from the 5th-11th February and will include fashion, photography, music, performing arts, moving image, ...Read more here
Article posted on:1-February-2018 Reaping the rewards of successful Erasmus exchange Staff and students are set to reap the rewards of a growing partnership with a German college as a fully-funded exchange programme prepares to draw to a close.
Ella Gronemeyer, Oliver Monschan, Mara Drinhausen and Ulla Debeur of the Heinrich-Hertz Europakolleg in Bonn, Germany are set to depart on Saturday after spending ...Read more here
Article posted on:24-January-2018 Global Game Jam visiting Grimsby this weekend Learners are preparing to pit their wits against thousands of games designers from around the world as part of a major competition visiting Grimsby this weekend.
Global Game Jam is an international record-breaking contest, which challenges teams from around the world to create their own game in 48-hours.
The event will start ...Read more here
Article posted on:12-January-2018 Chief Executive selected for government working group Chief Executive Gill Alton will form part of a select team of seven education leaders set to advise government officials on skills policy.
FE Commissioner Richard Atkins has revealed details of the principals’ reference group, which will be used as a sounding board for subjects such as the development of T-levels.
Speaking ...Read more here
Article posted on:9-January-2018 GTFC partnership kicks on with kit handover A winning partnership with Grimsby Town has kicked on with the handover of a new academy kit.
The Institute first linked up with the Mariners last summer, using staff expertise to run professional strength and conditioning exercises at its state-of-the-art Sports Centre.
As well as gaining hands-on experience through sports therapy and ...Read more here
Article posted on:7-December-2017 Lewis Sewell charity football tournament raises £581 [gallery ids="1852,1851,1850"]
The mum of former Grimsby Institute learner Lewis Sewell said he would be “over the moon” after staff and friends raised almost £600 in his memory.
More than 150 people took part in a football tournament at the Institute on Wednesday, which collected £581.04 in aid of blood cancer charity ...Read more here