News and Events
Update on student and staff covid testing
As you are aware, the Welsh Government have now lifted most covid-19 restrictions and we are slowly moving back to life pre-pandemic.
However, the advice to both schools and colleges is to continue to operate with the health and safety measures we already have in place. This will help to ensure we can keep everyone learning.
Gower College Swansea celebrates Rainbow Week
Students and staff at Gower College Swansea are taking part in Rainbow Week, an event dedicated to raising awareness of LGBTQ+ issues and celebrating inclusivity and the safe and supportive environment of the College.
Covid update from Principal Mark Jones, Friday 25 March
Following today's announcement from the First Minister, which outlines that cases in Wales are continuing to rise and restrictions in schools should remain in place up until Easter, we can confirm that the College will be continuing with its current covid safety measures.
Impressive Skills medal haul for College students
Gower College Swansea is celebrating after scooping an amazing 20 medals at the recent Skills Competition Wales suite of events.
Skills Competition Wales aims to raise the profile of skills in Wales and offers students, trainees and apprentices a chance to challenge, benchmark and raise their skills by taking part in competitions across a range of sectors.
A return to rock for Gower College Swansea students
Two years of Covid restrictions have had a huge impact on the music industry. With performances either banned or heavily restricted, it has been a tough time for aspiring young musicians.
GCS and You - our health and wellbeing strategy
Gower College Swansea is committed to providing a healthy working and learning environment to improve the lives and the futures of its community.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week
Staff and students at Gower College Swansea are looking forward to marking Neurodiversity Celebration Week from 21-27 March.
Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences.
Ambitious landscaping project moves to phase 2
Landscaping students at Gower College Swansea have been putting the finishing touches to a very special memorial garden at the Tycoch Campus.
And thanks to the ongoing generous financial support of environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy and Welsh Government, the learners are now turning their attention to a second project that is very close to their hearts – a wellness sensory garden.