Channel Island Chef of the Year Competition
Highlands College brings home two Gold Medals
Daniel Aires, one of our Full-Time Catering students has won the coveted title of Channel Islands Junior Chef of the Year. This is a particularly fantastic achievement as most competitors in his category were full time chefs in the industry (under 24 years old).
Another of our Full-Time Catering students Kimberley Gallichan won the Gold Medal in the Pastry Competition.
Winners were announced at the Taste Guernsey Gala Dinner on Monday 7th April.
Special thanks go to our two Chef Lecturers Dom Farrell and Adrian Goldsborough for preparing the students and to Cimandis and the Craft Guild of Chefs for sponsoring the students’ travel and accommodation.
Congratulations to all involved.
Monday 7th April sees our Annual Hair & Beauty Show taking place in the Concert Hall at Highlands College.
The event has been running for several years and each year a charity is chosen to donate proceeds to. This year all proceeds will be going towards Macmillan Jersey.
Students will be demonstrating their creativity and competing for first, second and third prizes in each of seven categories. This year’s theme is The Wonders of the World. There will also be two professional showcases from Planet Hair and Bonita.
Buy your ticket now, only £10 from our Beauty Salon Reception or on the door. Show starts at 7pm, don’t miss this spectacular evening!
On Saturday 5th April, from 2pm-5pm, Highlands College Travel and Tourism students, in partnership with La Mare Wine Estate, are staging a ‘full of fun’ afternoon to raise money for Jersey Hospice.
For as little as £3 entry fee, children will have an opportunity to take part in an Egg & Spoon Race, Sack Race and colouring activities -all courtesy of the award winning entertainer, Mrs Muddles. Other games, such as Pin the Tail to the Bunny, Easter Hat competition, ‘What’s the time, Mr Bunny?’ and an Easter Hunt, are also included in the fee and will provide additional chances to win lots of prizes.
Whilst adults get in free, they will have the chance to enjoy a tour of the vineyard at a greatly reduced price!
La Mare Poster
La Mare Press Release
Jersey Annual Youth Assembly takes place in the States today. It sees groups from various secondary schools trying their hands at being politicians. Are you interested in current affairs or decision making? Is social policy something that concerns you? If yes, you should consider studying for our B.Sc (Hons) Social Science Degree in partnership with Plymouth University. Contact Mary Ayling-Phillip on 608608 or check out our course brochure for more information.
A fantastic morning of making cakes with Les Amis and our Culinary Arts students, great fun was had by all!
Down’s Syndrome Awareness Week 17th – 23rd March 2014
Each year the Down’s Syndrome Association target a particular aspect of living with Down’s syndrome and this year during awareness week they are campaigning for better health care for adults with Down’s Syndrome.
Childhood Studies lecturer Micki Swift and her daughter Natalie, a Childcare Studies student, have been selected to represent Jersey in the inter-insular competition on Saturday 5th April in the St Johns Ambulance teams for First Aid.
The winners will represent their island in the National finals in October 2014 so we wish them the very best of luck!
Make the most of the longer days and good weather. We have a range of leisure
courses that will get you out there, get you learning and get you fit. Full
details of our summer programme will be available here from Friday 21 March.
Enjoy life, enjoy learning with Adult Education.
Students, lecturers and volunteers from Jersey Women’s Refuge join forces for a charity Lunch at The Academy Restaurant.
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