LibraryLooking for the Library?

If you were here last year and need to use the Library, please be aware, it is now located between rooms G73 and G76.

We are celebrating European Day of Languages in the library today! Students can learn new words & phrases from different countries!

 

Want to make an enquiry following your level 2 results?

If you did an exam for a level 2 qualification, including GCSEs, at the college last year and wish to make an enquiry, you can find information here regarding how to go about this.

 

Signed up for your NUS Extra Card yet?

If you would like to get some great student discounts you can sign up for your NUS Extra Card here.

 

LGBT+ Society

LGBT+ SocietyThe LGBT+ Society is a social group for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or any marginalised sexual or gender identity and their friends. This group meets on a Friday, 12.30-13.40, in a discreet way and nothing is recorded on the college system. E-mail lgbt@totton.ac.uk to find out more.

 

Opus Salon LogoFancy getting your hair done?

How about a facial or other beauty treatments?

Our very own Opus Salon offers quality hair and beauty treatments at a great price. Find out more here.

 

Childcare students raise funds for Neonatal Unit

Childcare students raise funds for Neonatal UnitOur BTEC Level 3 Childcare students proudly presented a cheque to the Neonatal Unit at Southampton Hospital, after raising funds from a car boot sale and fun day, which they organised, promoted and delivered themselves.

Activities on the day included face-painting, colouring competitions, build a buddy bear and SingTime sessions alongside the sale of goods donated by students and staff at the College.

The money raised, totalling £154.70, will be put towards vital equipment for babies in intensive care.

 

Mural and artwork for local infant school

Mural and artwork for local infant schoolOur Art & Design Level 3 students presented a colourful mural, along with other artwork, to the pupils at Calmore Infant School, as they celebrated ‘art week’.

The brightly painted board depicts a selection of things that are important to the school children who fed in to the creative process by choosing themes, styles and images during initial discussions with the students.

The collaborative project formed part of the Art & Design Level 3 curriculum, giving students an experience of working to a creative brief set by a client.