Specialist pathways are focussed on future careers or higher education opportunities. A pathway is made up of courses that allow any student the opportunity to achieve their goals and ambitions.
Level 3 Art & Design student Elyssa won the Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival competition to design the poster for their annual festival. The poster design was transformed into billboard size to advertise the event. The Festival programme was designed by Level 3 Media student Harry.
Level 3 Creative Media student Morgan won the UCA KaMCOP YouCreate Art competition with her impressive sculpture, which was then exhibited at the Turner Contemporary gallery. This achievement follows on from her participation in the Kent Showcase KFE Skills earlier in the year.
Our Media and Theatrical Makeup students visited the MAC Cosmetics store in Carnaby Street to learn from professional makeup artists. The students watched demonstrations and got to test out the MAC Professional range. They also took a trip to the Urban Decay Superstore in London to stock up on new makeup for their course.
“Indeed, Chloe has been a great asset for our club and in particular the girls team that she helps to organise and coach. Her interaction with the players and her ability to communicate well with our management team allows the club to continue to operate effectively and creates a happy environment for the players."
Our students have the opportunity to take part in live events throughout the year. From gigs at local bars to performing at our annual Student Awards, our students get to showcase their talent and learn about the music industry.
You will have the opportunity to work alongside the Exclusive Butler School trainers at their prestigious Royal Butler Dinner. This event is held three times per year and gives the general public the experience of being a guest at venues such as a Royal Palace or Embassy.
Our Level 3 Art & Design students and staff joined up for the procession in Margate to celebrate International Women's Day 2018. The procession moved along from Nayland Rock Shelter to the Turner Contemporary. This was part of the opening of the POW! Thanet Festival (Power of Women). The students made their own banners for the event.
Creative Industries students took to the stage to raise money for the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. Music students were given the opportunity to showcase original material as well treating the audience to some well known classics, whilst Performing Arts students worked hard behind the scenes to ensure the event was a success.
Music students have the chance to work collaboratively on a variety of projects with POW! Thanet, including workshops with local performers and songwriters.