News and Events
College donates supplies to local food banks
Gower College Swansea has helped to boost food bank stocks by donating unused supplies from their canteens.
With the campuses currently closed due to Coronavirus, College staff have gifted supplies including crisps, confectionary and drinks to two food banks in Swansea, St Stephen’s Church and the Life Point Church in the Uplands.
Remote technology helps Oxbridge hopefuls
A Level students from Gower College Swansea have been using technology to keep up with their studies during lockdown.
Virtual rowing raises money for Kenya
Gower College Swansea lecturer Cat Wilkes is spending some of her lockdown time raising much needed funds for the Kenya Community Education Project (KCEP).
The KCEP, which was set up at Gower College Swansea in 2003, aims to support the Madungu community by improving access to education, skills, income and employability.
Updated messages to our students and parents/guardians
A message to students
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last wrote to you and I thought it would be useful to update you not only on how the College is continuing to operate, but also to give you my best advice during these challenging times. But before I do that, I just wanted to begin by thanking you.
COVID response: Gower College Swansea strengthens support across its community
With face to face teaching suspended due to coronavirus, Gower College Swansea is using its wide range of remote and online learning techniques and expertise to keep delivering its mission – helping students onto their next educational or employment step.
Students enjoy US trip
In March, a group of 25 Gower College Swansea students undertook a successful trip to the USA.
The students, from the AS and A Level Government and Politics and History courses, visited educational and cultural landmarks in New York City and Washington DC.
Top drama school offers for Acting Company students
Students on Gower College Swansea’s Acting Company course are celebrating offers to some of the UK’s top specialist drama schools.
Among them are Annalise Williamson and Ethan Thomas, who look set to have the enviable task of choosing which prestigious school to progress to.
American university offer for Bethany
An A Level student from Gower College Swansea has been offered a place at a prestigious US university.
Bethany Wisdom, who is studying A Levels in History, English Literature and French and following the College’s HE+ programme, has been offered a place to study liberal arts at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania.
Higher Education students visit New York
Students from the Foundation Degree in Events Management and Foundation Degree in Sport Development and Management visited New York in February this year.
The College students had four great days in the city, with highlights including visiting the Statue of Liberty, Madison Square Garden, and seeing a live basketball game at the Barclays Centre.
College celebrates medal winners
23 students from Gower College Swansea have achieved medals as part of the recent set of SkillsCompetitionWales events.
SkillsCompetitionWales consists of a series of local skills competitions, aligned to WorldSkills and the needs of the Welsh economy, funded by Welsh Government and run by a dedicated network of colleges, work-based learning providers and employer-led organisations.