North Kent College students used the skills they are learning to raise £1,000 for a local charity

Events and Business students planned and organised a Christmas Fair at the College’s Dartford campus. They designed and set up their own stalls and collaborated with other curriculum areas including Hair and Make-up, Photography, Miskin Radio and the Student Union, to create the festive event.

There were a number of games on offer including a chocolate tombola, Tin Can Alley, Pie the Teacher and more, along with plenty of food and drink. It all raised money for the Swanley based charity ‘Beams’ which supports disabled children, young people and their families.

Helen Ward-Nixon, Head of Curriculum (Travel & Tourism) for North Kent College, said:

“It was fantastic to see our students put what they have learned in the classroom into action for our Christmas Fair. Everyone had a fantastic time and most importantly we raised money for a very worthy local charity.”

North Kent College offers a number of courses across its four campuses at Dartford, Gravesend, Hadlow and Tonbridge, including many covering Events and Hospitality and Business and Finance.

To find out more about Beams, visit the Beams website.

By Ed

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