Lewisham College (@LewishamCollege) and Millwall Community Trust launched a new partnership this week to support young people in Lewisham and the surrounding area to break into media, sports journalism and marketing.
The new Media, Sports Journalism and PR/Marketing courses are designed to offer young people with the opportunity to build their skills and explore, develop and test their creativity, as well as providing them with the knowledge and understanding of the operational aspects of media in the sports sector.
@LewishamCollege and @rosebruford College of Theatre and Performance celebrated their partnership at new creative facilities in the heart of the borough.
Representatives from Lewisham Council, Goldsmiths University and local schools and community organisations were invited to the virtual tour, which highlighted the strength and importance of the partnership and the impact it will have on their communities.
Lewisham College (@LewishamCollege) won a Double Gold Award for having over 400 students participate in the Reading Ahead Challenge, the highest number of participants in the country. This annual challenge requires participants to read six times of their choice and write a short piece about what was interesting in the book.
A Lewisham College (@LewishamCollege) Teacher has been awarded the ‘Contribution to the Promotion of the Positive Image of Africa and Africans through Education’ at the Gathering of Africa's Best (GAB) Awards.
The GAB Awards celebrate African people in the media, financial services, business, retail and other walks of life. Highly-coveted within the Diaspora African community, Joyce Elemson, who has worked at Lewisham College for 9 years, picked up the accolade at this year’s ceremony, which was held virtually for the first time due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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