Year 10 Work Experience

Y10 Work Experience

Students will be bringing home a letter to confirm the placement. Please sign and return the agreement sheet with a student and parent signature. We will then make a final confirmation with the employer.

 We will be sending out letters over the course of the next few weeks so not every student will receive a letter immediately. My apologies but we can only send out paperwork after all checks have been made, and there are over a 100 placements to assess! The careers noticeboard has a list of placements for students to check.

If there is a problem I would contact  parents immediately. Please don`t hesitate to contact me if you need any further information.

Adrian Rolfe

Assistant Principal

 

Rescheduled HVC Community Book Club Meeting

Postponed Book Club April 27th copy

Students Bring 20th Century America to Life with the Music Man

Hope Valley College students recently took to the stage for the annual College musical, performing the Broadway hit production 'The Music Man' for a four night run.

 
Over 70 students from the College and post-16 centre took part in the musical, producing a brilliant showcase of impressive acting, stunning singing, superb music and incredible dance routines.

Read more: Students Bring 20th Century America to Life with the Music Man

Success for College Artists in “Never Such Innocence” Competition

Three Hope Valley College students achieved national recognition for their artwork in the Never Such Innocence Art Competition.

Set-up to support educational causes around the First World War centenary period, the Never Such Innocence Art competition asked students to submit pieces of artwork inspired by the conflict.

Read more: Success for College Artists in “Never Such Innocence” Competition

Engineering Teacher Goes Back to School

Hope Valley College Engineering Teacher Martin Streets recently attended a training session at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Training Centre in Rotherham.

As part of the Back to the Floor initiative, aimed at keeping technology teachers skill sets up to date, Mr Streets spend a day as an apprentice working with an AMRC staff member, along with staff from 11 other local schools.

Read more: Engineering Teacher Goes Back to School

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