A warm welcome for Reaseheath Equestrian Centre’s new yard manager

Reaseheath College’s equine students have given a warm welcome to new Yard Manager Paul Stenson, who has joined the expert team of staff at our Equestrian Centre.

Dairy technologists celebrate first year success

Twenty trainee dairy technologists reached a significant career milestone when they completed the first year of their Eden training programme at Reaseheath College in Nantwich, Cheshire.

Students knit jumpers for rescued hens

Rescued hens are staying snug this winter thanks to woolly jumpers knitted for them by warm hearted Reaseheath students.

Reaseheath students sparkle at ‘Winter Wonderland’ ball

Reaseheath students finished the term in style with a festive “Winter Wonderland” Christmas Ball at the college’s Nantwich campus.

Maths and English celebrate their shining stars

Amber Hayes and Luke Ikin have been crowned Reaseheath College Maths and English department’s stars of the term. Both Amber and Luke were nominated for demonstrating excellent effort in Maths and English and maintaining 100% attendance.

Reaseheath awards turn the spotlight on Apprenticeships

A head girl at a dressage and livery yard and a dairy herd manager took the top titles at a Reaseheath College awards ceremony which turned the spotlight on apprenticeships.

Coaching the coaches in equitation science

Our equine staff are continuing to consolidate their knowledge of equitation science.

Television fame for military veterans

Our recently graduated military veterans continue to celebrate the launch of their new careers with an appearance on ITV Granada news.

Minister visit may lead to closer community links

The Associate Minister at St Mary’s Church, Nantwich, the Reverend Dr Bernard Moss, was introduced to the Reaseheath Experience when he visited campus last week.

‘Question Time’ helps students to plan their future

Turn technology to your advantage, study the market and do what you do really well. This was the key advice given to Reaseheath agriculture students at a ‘question time’ discussion on careers in farming and food production.