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Christleton International Studio

Scott Medical and Health Studio College

The new studio school for Plymouth will train the healthcare and medical professionals of the future.

The school, which is set to open in September 2017, will offer places to young people in Years 9 to 13 to develop highly-valued vocational skills for the wider healthcare sector.

Admitting pupils aged between Scott Medical and Health College aims to inspire students with a thirst for learning, a drive to succeed and a curiosity to learn, develop and care.

Manchester Creative Studio - Diary of the First Week

Dear Diary,

As you know I started college last week and today being a whole week since I started, I’m going tell you everything that has happened this week. Honestly I’m a little lost for words because the whole week has been overwhelming and I’ve met and become friends with many great people in such a short time. As you know I’d spent the last 3 months and 6 days waiting for college to start and once it finally did, believe me it did not disappoint.

Day 1:

Plymouth Studio School

Plymouth Studio School will specialise in lifestyle services, sport and the visitor economy. It will cater for 300 students. The proposers are City College Plymouth working in partnership with the University of St Mark and St John, Akkeron Group/Plymouth Argyle Football Club, Duke of Cornwall Hotel and Plymouth County Council. The studio school will join with UTC Plymouth and the Plymouth School of Creative Arts free school to encourage young people to consider alternative routes in education

Mendip Studio School

The studio school is based in Radstock, Somerset and caters for 300 students. The specialisms of the school are: electronic engineering and bioscience. Writhlington School, the proposer, have real expertise in this field, with a strong national and international reputation among local higher education institutions and employers. Employer partners include: the Dyson Foundation, Kew, the Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Sciencescope, Eden Project and Intel.

Digitech Studio School

Digitech Studio School is based in Bristol. The school is sponsored by the Cabot Learning Federation, a multi-academy trust who sponsor 11 primary and secondary academies in Bristol, Bath and Weston Super Mare, all of which are rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. The school specialises in: high tech industries, advanced engineering and creative and digital industries. 

 

The Studio @ DEYES

The Studio@Deyes is based in Wavertree, Liverpool and cater for 300 students. It is sponsored by the Lydiate Learning Trust, a multi-academy trust that is led by Deyes High School. The subject specialisms are Business, Engineering and Textiles. The school aims to address local employment needs and skill shortages.

Vision Studio School

 
Vision Studio School is a new and unique way of learning for 14-19 year olds of all abilities, who often learn more efficiently by taking a more hands-on role. The school, which is sponsored by Vision West Nottinghamshire College, is open for young people interested in engineering and transportation or health and social care.

Dorset Studio School

Dorset Studio School caters for 300 students and specialises in Environmental and Land Based Studies. It is built on the existing partnership of Kingston Maurward College, a specialist land based College, and Thomas Hardye School. Key employer partners include the National Trust, the RSPCA, and the Royal Veterinary College.

The Studio: At Knutsford Academy

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