Getting creative over careers

Year 11 pupils at Thomas Clarkson Community College Creative & Media Diploma students are presenting "Creative Careers" a celebration of their endeavours'left to right Karl Gillings, Billy Foster, James Randall, Jack Bailes. Stevanie Hemingway-Gibbs and Danielle Beare.
Year 11 pupils at Thomas Clarkson Community College Creative & Media Diploma students are presenting "Creative Careers" a celebration of their endeavours'left to right Karl Gillings, Billy Foster, James Randall, Jack Bailes. Stevanie Hemingway-Gibbs and Danielle Beare.

CREATIVE and Media Diploma students from Wisbech’s Thomas Clarkson Community College presented “Creative Careers” - a celebration of their endeavours over the past two years and a promotion of career opportunities within these sectors.

They were supported by local representatives including Grange Farm Studios, a state-of-the-art recording and production studio at Emneth; 20twenty Theatre (youth theatre) and the College of West Anglia.

The students were given aims for the event including creating eye-catching displays and making the festival interactive for the target audience.

The students researched festivals from around the world, created displays, they contacted the local businesses and arranged for them to attend and set up and ran the festival on the day.