Parlour Safe receives recognised industry accreditation

Parlour Safe, the Milking Equipment Association’s (MEA) industry training scheme for engineers and technicians, has been accredited by the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) in recognition of its professional quality and the standard of its training.

Countryside students trial innovative training technology

Our countryside students have had the privilege of trialling advanced innovative technology from leading power tool manufacturer Stihl.

Top industry accolade for Food Centre team

Reaseheath’s outstanding Food Processing Halls team has once again achieved the highest standards of Food Safety and Hygiene within a food production facility.

Exceptional students win maths and English Recognition Awards

Exceptional students have been recognised for their achievements in maths and English lessons since the beginning of term.

Achievements celebrated at Student of the Term Awards

Thirteen students from each subject area at Reaseheath College were named ‘Students of the Term’ at a recent ceremony held on campus.

Reaseheath students join Christmas food drive for people in need

Reaseheath College students and staff have donated 16 large boxes of food to help people who are in need in their local community.

Students and staff join the political debate

Reaseheath students and staff have been speaking about the things that matter to them during the run-up to the general election on Thursday 12th December.

Christmas market attracts thousands to Reaseheath College

Over 4,300 shoppers poured into a Christmas artisan market at Reaseheath College in Nantwich, eager to buy original gifts made by local designers and craftspeople.

WorldSkills UK medal for apprentice butcher

Reaseheath apprentice butcher Jason Edwards has proved he is among the nation’s best by winning a bronze medal at the WorldSkills UK national finals.

Students benefit from NHS health care initiative

Nearly 200 residential students at Reaseheath College in Nantwich are looking forward to a healthier future after the college became the first in Cheshire to successfully achieve its Bronze Self Care Award.