Landscape Architecture undergrad gains student scholarship

BSc in Landscape Architecture undergraduate Jake Jackson has been awarded a Student Scholarship by the David Colegrave Foundation.

Maths and English celebrate their shining stars

Beaumont Richards and Brandon Whitehead have been crowned Reaseheath College Maths and English department’s stars of the term. Both Beaumont and Brandon were nominated for demonstrating excellent effort in Maths and English and maintaining 100% attendance.

Marathon runners inspire Cheshire women to race for life

On Monday 23 April, women in Cheshire are being offered £5 off entry fees for Race for Life 5k, 10k, Pretty Muddy, Half Marathon and Hike events using the code MARA2018.

Fit but not fat – key message in equine nutrition lecture

Growing concerns about equine obesity and associated health problems such as laminitis and joint strain dominated the latest free public lecture held by University Centre Reaseheath.

Reaseheath horticulturists awarded bronze in ‘Young Gardeners of the Year’

A student horticultural team has galloped away with a bronze medal at the ‘Young Gardeners of the Year 2018’ competition at the Ascot Spring Garden Show.

Equine students organise a musical day out for charity

Our Level 3 Extended Diploma in Equine Management students have been getting first-hand experience of organising equine events as part of their events management module. 

Students make the most of Case IH Red Power Tour

Engineering and agricultural students had the chance to try out some of the latest technology from Case IH when the company’s Red Power Tour came to the college farm last week.

Benefits of Apprenticeships underlined during National Apprenticeship Week

Around 60 local employers learned about the benefits of apprenticeship programmes offered through Reaseheath Training during focused events held during National Apprenticeships Week.

Reaseheath students take top prizes in Great Farm Challenge

Reaseheath agricultural students have come top of the class for the second time in a regional challenge which proves they understand best environmental practice.

Conservation students inspire pupils to enjoy the Great Outdoors

Pupils at a local primary school are learning about the Great Outdoors, thanks to a partnership between their school and our conservation students.