This year the college again hosted the annual Rotary Club Awards Panels with students from the college and local schools participating. Following the panels the winners of each panel category attended a formal Awards...
As part of the apprenticeship week (nationally recognised), Low 6th students from the second year ICT BTEC course visited BT’s Adastral Park in Martlesham, Ipswich. The students attended a number of seminars which outlined the...
A fantastic team performance helped Lowestoft Sixth Form College basketball team achieve 3rd place in the IM Basketball Shield competition last Wednesday. L6FC started the tournament well, and some impressive attacking performances from...
Our recent Geography field trip was one of the best groups we have ever taken away, exemplary behaviour and a real willingness to learn. That was how Geography teacher Martin Parsons and college librarian Ruth Kenyon described...
Earlier this month, Lowestoft Sixth Form College held an afternoon workshop filled with exciting and enjoyable activities for students as part of their Skilled For Life course. Guest speaker Teresa Kelly, Talk Enterprise (a self-...
Wednesday 12th March 2014, starting 6.30pm at Lowestoft Sixth Form College.
Tickets just £3 on the door. All proceeds going towards the Norfolk County Youth Orchestra.
L6FC Jazz Band
Classical soloists and duets
Can I Help You?
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On Monday 3 March Lowestoft Sixth Form College hosted the awards ceremony for the Memorial Artwork Exhibition, organised by Lowestoft Living Archive. The exhibition saw several local schools compete to submit artwork for a proposed memorial to the fishermen of Lowestoft who served in WWI. The five top designs were announced on the night and will now be turned into memorial plaques.
An original composition of music was performed by Emma Connolly much to the enjoyment of the audience. The music has been specially composed for the memorial project and captured the atmosphere of life at sea during the Great War.
Mayor of Lowestoft June Ford presented the awards and Yolanda Botham Principal of the college introduced the exhibition and offered a guided tour to visitors.
The evening went extremely well and was a credit to the many Sixth Form students who participated. June Ford suggested more events like this should be organised by the college and was impressed by the enthusiasm of staff and students. A further report on the event can be found in this week's Lowestoft Journal.
Sophie Jackson is a freelance journalist and historian and has worked for a range of publications including France magazine, Medieval History Magazine and Family History Monthly. She is the author of eight books her latest SOE's Balls of Steel came out in 2013. She also writes the Clara Fitzgerald Mysteries under the pen-name Evelyn James.
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