Vocational skills tournament proves Selby students have the X Factor!

After hours of preparation and research it was time for Selby College’s Vocational students to face the music and the judges as they competed in the ninth annual Skills Tournament on Friday 7th April.

This year, students across 9 departments were involved in the event held at the Abbot’s Road campus and each of the 15 individual competitions had a specific theme or project. Hospitality & Catering’s challenge was ‘Yorkshire Larder’. The aspiring chefs had to produce a two-course meal for two people in up to three hours, based around the theme of Yorkshire and the well-known tastes of the region, including rhubarb, liquorice and of course Yorkshire Curd for their desserts!

The Hairdressing students were set an ‘Avant-garde’ theme which resulted in some very dramatic hair designs including a bird cage and even a nod to Katy Perry’s California Gurls’ video! Backcombing and beehives were de rigueur for the day, with a Sixties influence to be seen throughout a number of the inspiration boards. Meanwhile, the Level 2 Diploma in Beauty Therapy students were given the theme ‘Special Occasions’ and featured looks such as ‘Hippie Bride’ and a Halloween-inspired ‘Dead Love’ makeover. Over in the Nail Salon, the Level 1 Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy students produced Easter-themed nail art.

Elsewhere, an element of X-Factor style judging was in order for the Travel & Tourism students who undertook a series of interview-based tasks in front of a panel. Public Services produced a series of recruitment canvases for the sectors focusing on Equality & Diversity, while over in Health & Social Care, the Level 3 Children’s Play, Learning & Development students planned, designed and prepared an activity that could be implemented at placement to incorporate British Values in the Early Years Foundation Stage and National Curriculum.

Over in Fashion, students were given two hours and two metres of fabric for their Statuesque challenge where they had to model and pin a creation onto a dress stand without cutting, otherwise known as the art of moulage. The completed designs will make their way to the catwalk at the Selby College Fashion Show on the 15th June. The Year 2 Art & Design students were also busy creating mixed-media pieces influenced by themes taken from their final major projects.

The Sports Hall hosted a series of activities to test Sports students including basketball shooting, endurance rowing, fastest football strike and badminton service skills.

To further contrast the range of Vocational courses on offer at Selby College, the Construction students spent the day either building a test model wall in the Brickwork Shed or forming basic joinery joints. The Engineering students also displayed a range of skills, producing a series of timed welds or electrical components under the watchful eye of industry judges.

Vice Principal, Liz Ridley said: “Selby College’s Skills Tournament creates a real buzz, motivating students and inspiring them to push their technical and professional skills to the limit whilst competing against their peers. The competitions themselves are a series of skill specific tests, designed by lecturers, that focus on unearthing talent in young people interested in undertaking a trade or skill-based career.”

Senior staff, former lecturers, governors and local employers then had the very difficult task of deciding who would be awarded gold, silver or bronze for each area!

Thank you to our industry experts from Bright Start Day Nursery, the British Army, Club Doncaster Foundation, Davy Markham Ltd, Dennis Williams, Fairfax Plant Hire Ltd, Forevermore, Hilton Hotel York, Howdens Joinery, Guild of Bricklayers, Lee Walker Builders, Leeds Beckett University, Matakki Scissors, Nomenca Ltd, S&A Coe Builders, The Star @ Sancton and 7nine for helping to judge the individual competitions, as well as Fairfax Plant Hire Ltd, Footprint Tools and MKM Building Supplies for the prize donations.

Liz Ridley was delighted to present the certificates and prizes to the winning students at a special awards ceremony held to close another successful tournament.

Liz added: “I am particularly grateful to all of the judges who have volunteered their time and expertise and for their contribution and continued support for the Tournament and the college. Your input makes this event so much more special for the students and provides them with something they will remember and treasure.”

  • Student gig in aid of Youth Wellbeing Fund brings the festival season to campus

     

    On Monday 22nd May, students and staff at Selby College were given a short break from the pressure of exams and were treated to a free gig organised by the Music Department at the top-performing college.

    Indie-pop four-piece Mint brought a music festival feel to the sunny campus quad. The headliners of ‘The Mix’ were supported by Selby College students Fiona Lee, who performs indie-fused acoustic pop and is set to support Seth Lakeman next month at Selby Abbey as part of Selby Arts Festival, as well as a set from DJ Loewen aka Charlie Loewen.

    The gig was the brainchild of 17-year-old Music student Emily Brown, who started organising the event back in September as part of her final assessed project. The former Selby High School student who also happens to be Co-Events Coordinator for the Students’ Union got her Lecturer Ryan Johnson to provide some possible contacts and Emily was delighted to be inundated with bands keen to be involved.

    Lecturer Ryan Johnson said of the event: “It was a fantastic opportunity for our Music students to not only showcase the technical skills they have acquired throughout their studies here but to also provide a platform in which to introduce the emerging talent currently within the local and UK music scene. The gig created a real festival buzz around the campus and was a great warm-up for any of our students or staff going to a festival this year. We are looking forward to putting on more events like this and to continue providing our students with the best experiences throughout their time studying here.” 

    As part of her involvement with the Students’ Union, Emily was also approached about using the event to promote the new Youth Wellbeing Fund with has been set up in partnership with Selby District Council, Selby College and the Students’ Union. 

    The main purpose of the charity is to provide small amounts of funding for local young people between the ages of 16-24 years who are students within Selby District, and who are facing challenges that are impacting on their mental wellbeing. The intention of the fund is to bridge the gap between the Child and Adolescent Mental Health service and Adult Mental Health services, whilst offering young people the opportunity to contribute and gain skills as trustees of a charitable organisation. Donation buckets were passed around throughout the gig to help raise awareness of the charity.

    Allan Stewart OBE, Principal and Chief Executive of Selby College, commented, “We’re ambitious about what we can achieve with the Wellbeing Fund. We are aiming to raise £1,000 to kick-start this project. This event has not only given students valuable experience of event planning but it has also raised awareness for fundraising.”

    The Fund will offer grants of up to £100 to help students who need support to overcome challenges affecting their education – this could be buying equipment so a student can join a local sports club or accessing a counselling service.

    Thursday 22 Jun 2017

  • College Celebrates Triple Success!

    Staff and students at Selby College were celebrating triple success this week after the organisation was yet again named one of England’s top-performing colleges, after the Education & Skills Funding Agency published the National Achievement Rate Tables for 2015/16.

    The local college gained an impressive overall 20th position nationally for 16-18 qualifications and 12th position nationally for Apprenticeships (all ages) in the tables, firmly putting it again in the top ten percent of colleges in England.

    Since the performance tables were introduced in 1993, Selby College have remained in the top tier of colleges in England. The current format of the national league table performance was introduced nine years ago and since that time Selby College has remained consistently in the top ten percent of colleges.

    As Allan Stewart OBE, Principal and Chief Executive said, “This is great news and stands as further testimony to our strong tradition of students attaining high academic achievements. I would like to congratulate all of our staff, students and parents for their part in helping the college to continue achieving another set of outstanding results. Their hard work, persistence and dedication are beyond praise”.

    Meanwhile, Selby College also learned this week that it achieved another milestone, a Silver Award, following publication of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) for its expanding and highly regarded Higher Education course provision.

    TEF was introduced by the Government to build evidence about the performance of the UK’s world-class Higher Education sector. Universities, colleges and other alternative providers of Higher Education courses, voluntarily took part in the TEF, with providers awarded a Gold, Silver, Bronze or a Provisional Award if there was insufficient data for a full assessment to take place.

    The TEF awards were decided by an independent panel of experts including academics, students and employer representatives. Drawing on national data, and evidence submitted by each university or college the TEF measures excellence in three areas: teaching quality, the learning environment and the educational and professional outcomes achieved by students.

    Madeleine Atkins, Chief Executive of the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFC), said:

    “Students invest significant amounts of time and money in their Higher Education. They rightly expect a high-quality learning experience and outcomes that reflect their potential. The UK already has a high bar for quality and standards which all universities and colleges must meet. The TEF judges excellence above and beyond this, clearly showing the highest levels across the sector.”

    Allan Stewart OBE, added, “Since we first introduced Higher Education courses at Selby College, working with our partners, The University of Hull and Huddersfield University, we have never lost sight of the main aim, which was to ensure the local communities we serve in Selby, Goole and the surrounding area had access to high quality and affordable Higher Education courses on their doorstep. This Silver Award confirms that we are not only achieving this aim, but the services provided are of the highest quality and compare equally with similar courses offered at far larger universities.”

    Additionally, Selby College was delighted to discover last month that it was Highly Commended in the BTEC College of the Year 2017 category for the BTEC Awards, which demonstrates the outstanding work undertaken by teaching staff at the college. The BTEC Awards are an annual opportunity for students, teachers, schools and colleges to be rewarded for their achievements in skills-based learning. Entrants in the category are required to be able to demonstrate an outstanding commitment to the delivery and promotion of BTECs and be widely regarded internally, externally, and within the community as a hub of BTEC excellence.

    Thursday 22 Jun 2017

  • Doosan Babcock renews its partnership with Selby College

    Leading Engineering Company, Doosan Babcock (Selby) renewed their partnership with Selby College at a special signing ceremony held at the college’s Abbot’s Road campus on Tuesday.

    Both organisations have successfully worked in partnership since 2011. In the six years since then, they have continued to support each other with Selby College providing access to their state-of-the art engineering training facilities and Apprenticeship training programmes, whilst Doosan Babcock provide safety equipment including overalls and safety glasses to engineering students, talks to students on everyday industry practices including Health and Safety and opportunities for teaching staff to update their skills, including shadowing supervision or section engineers at their UK sites. Doosan Babcock also continues to be the major sponsor of the college’s annual Student Awards Ceremony that takes place in December at Selby Abbey.

    From left to right: Ian Muir, Assistant Director – Engineering & Construction at Selby College; Allan Stewart OBE, Principal and Chief Executive; Bob Fletcher, Operations Manager Resourcing at Doosan Babcock; Julie Edwards, Office Manager & PA at Doosan Babcock; Scott Anderson, Head of Thermal Operations at Doosan Babcock.

    As Allan Stewart OBE, Principal and Chief Executive said, “Our continuing partnership work with internationally renowned Doosan Babcock provides many great benefits for students and staff. Simply being associated with such a leading company helps further the college’s reputation amongst other engineering companies for providing high-quality industry-led Engineering skills training courses and Apprenticeships.“

    As Scott Anderson, Head of Thermal Operations at Doosan Babcock said, “We are proud to be associated with such a top-performing college. Selby College consistently comes in the top 10% of colleges nationally for student performance. Only last November, they were named the No.1 College in Yorkshire and No.2 College in England for student and employer satisfaction, for helping individuals find work and for their Apprenticeship successes. When it comes to high-quality training, the organisations set the benchmark.”

     

    Wednesday 21 Jun 2017

  • AoC Sporting Success for student Joel

    At this year’s 39th AoC Sport National Championships, top-performing Selby College had 11 students travel to Nottingham to compete in Men’s Football and Tennis, where they battled against athletes from colleges across England and Wales during the three-day event.

    The Association of Colleges’ Sport National Championships are a celebration of competitive sport, providing recognition, fun and an exciting opportunity for students to compete. They also remain the largest annual student sporting event in the UK, with more than 1600 college students taking part at the 2017 tournament.

    This was the second time the college had reached the Nationals, following the Women’s Volleyball team appearance at the finals in 2015. Events took place across 13 different sports – including tennis, 7-a-side football, badminton and indoor cricket.

    The Yorkshire and Humber team for 2017 featured a strong squad with representatives from 12 different colleges, following a mid-table sixth place finish last year.

    Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport & Exercise Science student and talented tennis player Joel Hancox qualified for the Championships after winning the Men’s Singles Tennis Tournament at the AoC Regional Yorkshire and Humber competition at York University back in October. The former Barlby High School student won the regional competition by only giving away one point to his opponent from Sheffield College in the final and only losing a total of 3 points throughout the whole Tournament.

    This year’s AoC National Championships took place between the 21st and 23rd April at the University of Nottingham, and 17-year-old Joel was delighted to finish in 4th place as part of the Regional Tennis Team.

    Selby College’s Men’s First Football Team also represented the region at the Championships after coming top in the regional 7-a-side competition, beating off fierce competition from Barnsley College and Wyke College to safely secure their position as league winners, conceding only two goals on route against some solid opposition. The team were proud to represent their region and came 8th overall at the Nationals in Nottingham.

    Selby College’s Sports Development Officer, Ed Grady said: "The students were a credit to Selby College and Yorkshire and the Humber, competing against the very best in the country. Now we have had a taste of competing at this level we will be trying our best to return again next year."

    Monday 22 May 2017

  • Selby College and Carlton Towers inspire Higher Education opportunities

    On Tuesday 9th May, students currently studying level 3 Travel & Tourism and Business (Management) at top-performing Selby College, visited the nearby Carlton Towers estate, which is run as a successful corporate events and wedding venue, as well as a cookery school. The group spent the afternoon participating in a range of activities to support potential progression onto a Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Business at the college.

    Activities were pitched at levels 4 and 5, giving students a taste of what to expect should they wish to apply for the Higher Education programme.

    Following a tour of the country estate and a briefing from Carlton Towers’ staff, the students were given the opportunity to put their entrepreneurial skills to the test. Challenged with developing a new business concept for Carlton Towers, the students were tasked with compiling a full marketing plan, considering resources and their cost, as well as product development and methods of promotion.

    Some of the suggestions that the students came up with included a drive-in cinema, an art exhibition and festivals.

    Throughout the day, venue staff offered their support and provided feedback when the group presented their final ideas for potential new endeavours at the end of the session.

    We currently offer a one-year HNC in Business programme. This is a full-time course, covering units such as Marketing, Management and Operations, Business Environment and Project Management. Upon successful completion of this level 4 course, there is the opportunity to progress onto level 5 and our Business & Management Higher National Diploma (HND). Units on the HND include Research Project, Organisational Behaviour and Global Business Environment. Students on the Business course will be able to enhance their employability outside the classroom and build on the practical skills they need to pass their assessments.

    Many students, upon completion of their level 5 HND, apply to university top-up programmes to extend their learning to degree level.

    For more information about this course and other Higher Education courses at Selby College, please contact the HE team on tel 01757 211114 or email highereducation@selby.ac.uk.

    Thursday 18 May 2017

  • Former student shortlisted for People’s Choice Award

     

    Up-and-coming local masterchef Kurtus Auty could soon have another accolade under his belt at the coveted City & Guilds Lion Awards next month, but he needs your votes!

    Following his Medal for Excellence win, former Selby College student Kurtus has now been entered for the 2017 People’s Choice Award – the only category based entirely on votes from friends, family and colleagues. He will go head-to-head with over 85 national and international medal winners for the top prize, which will be announced at a special City & Guilds Lion Awards ceremony at The Roof Gardens in Kensington on the 15th June 2017.

    The former Brayton High School student developed his passion for food whilst studying full-time for a Level 1 and Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery at the top-performing college alongside working part-time as a Commis Chef at The Fat Abbot in Escrick.

    In recent years, ambitious Kurtus has collected a string of awards, including finalist in Young Seafood Chef of the Year and the titles of Yorkshire’s Best Young Chef at the Golden Apron and York Food & Drink Junior Chef. As part of the Golden Apron winner’s prize, Kurtus was offered a work placement at Hull food production company Cranswick plc and the young chef even got to work alongside Pipe and Glass’ Michelin-starred chef James Mackenzie to create an award-winning range of ‘roasts with a twist’, which are available in ASDA stores.

    The nineteen-year-old is now based in London where he fought off fierce competition to secure a position at Gordon Ramsay’s Mayfair restaurant Maze. Working as a Demi Chef de Partie, Kurtus prepares starters for service at the restaurant that describes itself as a unique dining experience serving ‘modern European cuisine with an Asian flourish’.

    Voting for the People’s Choice Award opens on Tuesday 16th May 2017, and will continue until Friday 9th June. The link to vote can be found at http://lionawards.cityandguilds.com and will also be available at www.facebook.com/selbycollege, twitter.com/SelbyCollege and www.selby.ac.uk. Staff and students at Selby College wish Kurtus every success with this competition. Get voting everyone!

    Monday 15 May 2017

  • New Selby-based Education Trust Offers Excellence

    The first step to ensuring local schools are judged excellent was announced late last week when Selby Community Primary School proposed joining Selby Educational Trust, working alongside Ofsted-Outstanding Selby College, to improve educational services locally.

    Selby Educational Trust is a Government-funded Multi Academy Trust; a collaborative partnership allowing school and college partners to learn from each organisations’ best teaching practices and experiences, creating in the process educational excellence.

    Ian Clennan, Head Teacher at Selby Community Primary School, said, “We will be hosting a special Parents’ Meeting on Thursday 18th May at 9.00am to discuss the proposal further. By joining Selby Educational Trust, our school will be part of a larger organisation with a deliberate Selby focus, with each partner benefitting and contributing to a shared vision that every child in Selby and the surrounding area deserves a high-quality education. If plans proceed, it means we can maximise young people’s achievements, shape their lives and by doing so help transform the community we jointly serve.”

    Francis Loftus, Chief Executive of Selby Educational Trust said, “It was great news to hear that Selby Community Primary School had agreed to join this new education partnership. Selby Educational Trust aims to grow by supporting a small number of other schools in the area. The Trust provides high levels of support to the Head Teachers and individual schools in a context or earned autonomy.”

    Francis added, “Each partner has the potential to both provide and receive support from other partner schools and the college, offering excellent opportunities for development and growth within the Trust. Acting as a critical friend, the Trust will provide high levels of support, setting and monitoring key targets to drive up performance whilst providing training and professional development and a highly supportive environment, allowing Head Teachers and senior teams in schools to focus on the core values of teaching and learning."

    Tuesday 2 May 2017

  • Selby College continues to nurture linguists of the future

    Following the success of last year’s masterclasses, once again top-performing Selby College has welcomed students from Selby High School’s Modern Foreign Languages department, as well as groups from Brayton Academy and Holy Family Catholic High School to take part in a series of revision classes ahead of their GSCE exams.

    Selby High School selected 10 Spanish and five French students who have shown particular promise in lessons to attend the college workshops during February and March.

    The school’s involvement was organised and delivered by Selby College Language Lecturers Kaitlin Sobieski and Heather Lister, who is also the college’s Teaching and Learning Manager.

    The students have had the opportunity to use Selby College’s state-of-the-art Language Lab to hone their listening, reading and oral skills ahead of their external examinations in May.

    The students worked on their listening, reading and oral strategies in various contexts including modern technology and healthy living. They were also given a preview of the 
    A-Level topics they would study which include aspects of Spanish and French-speaking society and artistic culture, such as family and relationships, digital technology, cinema and music. The group also got to experience the college’s facilities, including the Learning Resource Centre.

    Kaitlin, who ran all three Spanish sessions, commented, “I really enjoyed the sessions; the students were well prepared, knowledgeable for their level and happy to be challenged linguistically”.

    Heather who delivered the French sessions remarked that the students were a real credit.

    The students who took part told Selby High School’s Curriculum Area Leader for MFL, Rebecca Harwood and the college staff that they gained a lot from the sessions and feel they have improved their exam techniques and strategies.

    Rebecca added: “A massive thank you for the masterclasses the college have put on. The students have given us nothing but positive feedback about them and have said how useful it has been concentrating on examination skills using past papers.”

    The local college also hosted three sessions of each language for Year 11 students from Holy Family Catholic High School and Year 10 and 11 from Brayton Academy.

    Heather Lister, said of the Brayton Academy masterclass students: “The students were really lovely. They were keen and eager to learn, a pleasure to teach and a credit to the school.”

    Both the college and local schools hope to be able to run the masterclasses for the 2017/18 academic year.

    Tuesday 11 Apr 2017

  • Vocational skills tournament proves Selby students have the X Factor!

    After hours of preparation and research it was time for Selby College’s Vocational students to face the music and the judges as they competed in the ninth annual Skills Tournament on Friday 7th April.

    This year, students across 9 departments were involved in the event held at the Abbot’s Road campus and each of the 15 individual competitions had a specific theme or project. Hospitality & Catering’s challenge was ‘Yorkshire Larder’. The aspiring chefs had to produce a two-course meal for two people in up to three hours, based around the theme of Yorkshire and the well-known tastes of the region, including rhubarb, liquorice and of course Yorkshire Curd for their desserts!

    The Hairdressing students were set an ‘Avant-garde’ theme which resulted in some very dramatic hair designs including a bird cage and even a nod to Katy Perry’s California Gurls’ video! Backcombing and beehives were de rigueur for the day, with a Sixties influence to be seen throughout a number of the inspiration boards. Meanwhile, the Level 2 Diploma in Beauty Therapy students were given the theme ‘Special Occasions’ and featured looks such as ‘Hippie Bride’ and a Halloween-inspired ‘Dead Love’ makeover. Over in the Nail Salon, the Level 1 Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy students produced Easter-themed nail art.

    Elsewhere, an element of X-Factor style judging was in order for the Travel & Tourism students who undertook a series of interview-based tasks in front of a panel. Public Services produced a series of recruitment canvases for the sectors focusing on Equality & Diversity, while over in Health & Social Care, the Level 3 Children’s Play, Learning & Development students planned, designed and prepared an activity that could be implemented at placement to incorporate British Values in the Early Years Foundation Stage and National Curriculum.

    Over in Fashion, students were given two hours and two metres of fabric for their Statuesque challenge where they had to model and pin a creation onto a dress stand without cutting, otherwise known as the art of moulage. The completed designs will make their way to the catwalk at the Selby College Fashion Show on the 15th June. The Year 2 Art & Design students were also busy creating mixed-media pieces influenced by themes taken from their final major projects.

    The Sports Hall hosted a series of activities to test Sports students including basketball shooting, endurance rowing, fastest football strike and badminton service skills.

    To further contrast the range of Vocational courses on offer at Selby College, the Construction students spent the day either building a test model wall in the Brickwork Shed or forming basic joinery joints. The Engineering students also displayed a range of skills, producing a series of timed welds or electrical components under the watchful eye of industry judges.

    Deputy Principal, Liz Ridley said: “Selby College’s Skills Tournament creates a real buzz, motivating students and inspiring them to push their technical and professional skills to the limit whilst competing against their peers. The competitions themselves are a series of skill specific tests, designed by lecturers, that focus on unearthing talent in young people interested in undertaking a trade or skill-based career.”

    Senior staff, former lecturers, governors and local employers then had the very difficult task of deciding who would be awarded gold, silver or bronze for each area!

    Thank you to our industry experts from Bright Start Day Nursery, the British Army, Club Doncaster Foundation, Davy Markham Ltd, Dennis Williams, Fairfax Plant Hire Ltd, Forevermore, Hilton Hotel York, Howdens Joinery, Guild of Bricklayers, Lee Walker Builders, Leeds Beckett University, Matakki Scissors, Nomenca Ltd, S&A Coe Builders, The Star @ Sancton and 7nine for helping to judge the individual competitions, as well as Fairfax Plant Hire Ltd, Footprint Tools and MKM Building Supplies for the prize donations.

    Liz Ridley was delighted to present the certificates and prizes to the winning students at a special awards ceremony held to close another successful tournament.

    Liz added: “I am particularly grateful to all of the judges who have volunteered their time and expertise and for their contribution and continued support for the Tournament and the college. Your input makes this event so much more special for the students and provides them with something they will remember and treasure.”

    Tuesday 11 Apr 2017

  • Selby College First Team prepare to represent Yorkshire at the AOC National Championships

    Now in its 39th year, the Association of Colleges National Championships are a celebration of competitive sport in colleges, providing recognition, fun and an exciting opportunity for students to compete.

    Representatives from top-performing Selby College will join forces with 12 other colleges to form the Yorkshire and Humber team who are hoping to beat last year’s 6th place position.

    Students from Selby College first competed in the National Championships two years ago where the Women’s Volleyball Team narrowly missed out on a place in the finals despite a strong start.

    This year the Men’s Football team beat off fierce competition from Barnsley College and Wyke College to safely secure their position as league winners. The Team played 6 games in total, successfully winning 5 and drawing just 1. They also failed to concede a goal through the qualifying stages, eventually finishing 2-0 up in the final against Wilberforce College.

    The stand out individual performance came from Joel Hancox who put on an impressive show in the Boys’ Singles Tennis Tournament to gain the right to represent the region at the National Championships. Joel won the tournament beating Sheffield College in the final, only giving away one point in that match, and only giving away a total of 3 points throughout the whole competition.

    Both Joel Hancox and the Boys Football Team will now go on to represent Yorkshire and Humberside at the National Tournament in Nottingham over the weekend of 21-23 April.

    Greencore and GroundTech have helped Selby College by funding the new kit and helping to pay for accommodation whilst at the national championships. 

    Sports Development Officer, Ed Grady said of the local employers’ backing;

    “On behalf of the College I would like to thank Greencore and GroundTech for providing a new strip and also to Thornes who have kindly supported the College this season. Their considerable generosity is very gratefully received from both the staff and students at Selby College. ”

     

    Wednesday 22 Mar 2017

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