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Opportunities Abroad

A key part of your time with us will be an opportunity to take part in study trips abroad. We actively encourage this as a way of developing a global perspectives and understanding of different cultures.

Most curriculum areas will have, as part of their programme, an international study trip.  In the past, these have included:

  • Visits to South Africa to see conservation and biodiversity in action
  • Visits to Ethiopia to look at agriculture in a developing world
  • Visits to the Vienna to see the Spanish Riding School
  • Visits to Iceland to look at horticultural and woodland management practices
  • Visits to France to look at garden design and garden history.

We work with a number of colleges and universities abroad and have formed a variety of links.

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GCSE Exam Results Day

Posted on 15th August 2017 in

Collect your GCSE results: Thursday 24th August

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Animal Management Students Get Creative for Wildlife Trust Hedgehog Haven

Posted on 7th August 2017 in Animal Management

Back in late April, to coincide with Hedgehog Awareness Week, our Animal Management department ran a competition, in partnership with the Kent Wildlife Trust, for our FE and HE students to produce a new design for the Trust’s ‘Best Garden for Hedgehogs’ award, sponsored by Kent Mammal Group.

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Course Information - September

Hadlow Campus

Event date 30th September 2017 at 10:00am
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