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AS / A Level and GCSE Centre Determined Grades – appeals
Provisional grades will be released on Wednesday 9 June.
A / AS / GCSE and Skills Challenge Centre Determined Grades
Provisional Centre Determined Grades for WJEC subjects will issue to learners on Wednesday 9 June, both via post and eILP.
The following subjects won’t issue on 9 June, as they come under English regulators and are therefore subject to a different process:
Forensics students scoop medals
Two Forensic Science students from Gower College Swansea have taken medals at recent SkillsCompetitionWales events.
Cerys Brooks, who won Silver, and Cara Morgan, who won Bronze, are in the first year of their Level 3 BTEC course.
Competing against nine other students from across Wales, they had to analyse evidence at a virtual crime scene and draw an accurate sketch.
College life is the way forward for Sophie
We recently caught up with Childhood Studies student, Sophie, who’s just a few months away from graduating from the College with a foundation degree.
Caroline’s return to education has been thoroughly enjoyable
We recently caught up with current Education Learning and Development Foundation Degree student, Caroline, who has recently completed her second year of the course.
Having spent all working life in an educational setting, she gained her higher-level Teaching Assistant’s status in 2007 and has been in her current job for 15 years.
Inspirational music teacher recognised
A Music lecturer from Gower College Swansea has been shortlisted for a prestigious Pearson Teacher of the Year Award.
Jonathan Rogers, who is Curriculum Leader for A Level Music at the Gorseinon Campus, is in the running for the title of FE Lecturer of the Year.
College shortlisted for three TES FE awards
Gower College Swansea has been shortlisted in three categories at the prestigious TES FE Awards 2021.
The TES FE Awards celebrate the dedication and expertise of the people and teams who make a significant contribution to improving the skills levels of young people and adult learners.
Gower College Swansea has been shortlisted in the following categories:
Continued progression for Charlotte
We recently caught up with former Criminal Justice student, Charlotte, who graduated from the College with a foundation degree in July 2020.
Having always been passionate about criminology, Charlotte decided to study the course at Gower College Swansea because of the extra support the College provides.
Digital learning platform launched
Gower College Swansea is delighted to launch OpenClass, a bespoke learning platform for the city’s Year 11 school pupils.
In response to the ongoing and ever-evolving situation with Covid-19, the College has been keen to develop a bespoke platform to help keep applicants on track with their learning.
Updated statement on police presence at Tycoch Campus (14 April)
On the evening of 13 April, the College was made aware of a number of threats made on social media which were directed towards our Tycoch campus.
The College immediately contacted South Wales Police and we have been working closely with their officers since to ensure the ongoing health and safety of everyone at the campus.