ESOL students 'walk in her shoes'

ESOL staff and students from Gower College Swansea have completed a sponsored walk for the 'Walk in Her Shoes' campaign, to coincide with International Women’s Day.

Around 60 students walked from the Llwyn y Bryn campus to Brynmill and Singleton Parks and then along Swansea Bay, through the city centre and back again.

They raised £265.50 for Care International UK and the money will go towards accessing clean water for women and girls living in extreme poverty around the world.


ESOL and Adult Basic Education

Silence is golden for good cause

A group of Independent Living Skills students at Gower College Swansea have pledged to stay silent in the hopes of raising money for a local charity.

The students are responding to a recent appeal for funds from the Community Horse and Pony Scheme - or CHAPS - which provides rehabilitation through the therapeutic use of horses in the Swansea area.


Independent Living

Pen-y-Fan charity walk

Congratulations to the group of Armed Forces Preparation Course students who raised over £1,800 for charity with a walk up South Wales’ highest peak. The walk to the top of Pen-y-Fan has raised the incredible amount which will be split between three charities - “Blood Bikes Wales”, “Wales Air Ambulance” and “Healing the Wounds” charities. Course tutor Greg Morgan thanked the students for their fundraising efforts .

The college course has actively supported these charities for a number of years and raised over £10,000 to date.

Keep up the good work!


Public Services

Students put Pen-y-Bryn pupils through their paces

Students on the Armed Forces Preparation course at Gower College Swansea have organised a sponsored cycle with a difference. Pupils from Pen-y-Bryn Special School completed a virtual ride around the coast of Gower, without leaving the Sports Centre on the Tycoch campus!

They were set a challenge to collectively cover the 46 miles in 15 minutes, which is some feat. They actually exceeded this, travelling a total distance of 61.1 miles!


Public Services

Winter Car Checks Raise Christmas Cheer for Maggie’s

Motor Vehicle Level 2 Welsh Baccalaureate students at Gower College Swansea have raised £167.30 for Maggie’s Cancer Centre in Swansea after carrying out winter car checks for staff in lieu of a donation.

Under the guidance of a lecturer, the car checks included an anti-freeze check and top-up, screen wash top-up, visual safety inspection of tyres, lights, brakes and an oil level check. Anti-freeze and screen wash was generously donated by Normag and VW Sinclair.


Motor Vehicle
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