Last weekend, local guests attended an exhibition displaying the work of the late, well-respected artist Desmond Jones at Orleans House in Richmond.
On Thursday 11th May, students studying Level 2 Diploma in Art and Design at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) visited Heathfield Recreation Ground in Richmond alongside Councillor David Linnette, Mayor of Richmond upon Thames.
On Wednesday 3rd May, students from local schools Orleans Park in Twickenham, Acton High School in Ealing and Bishop Wand C of E School in Sunbury-on-Thames competed in the final of the annual Young Chef of the Year Competition at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC).
On Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th April, Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) students studying a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance), performed their adaptation of the Tim Burton classic, Edward Scissorhands.
The previously hidden art of the late, well-respected artist, Desmond Jones, will be going ‘under the hammer’ at a special charity auction on Friday 9th June in the Sports Hall at Richmond upon Thames College in Twickenham.
Following a 13-year battle with anorexia, Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) alumnus member Charley Williams used her experiences to create a musical theatre production.
Frankie Piris, joined RuTC in September as an Early Years teacher and has received the Principal’s Prize for ‘Best Student’ at the University of Greenwich where she achieved a Distinction in her PGCE.
On Tuesday 14th March, Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) alumni member Tom Box visited our Level 3 IT BTEC Extended Diploma students to speak to them about his journey so far.
On Tuesday 28th March, a number of businesses attended an Apprenticeship Levy Breakfast event hosted by Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC)