Newsletter April 2017

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 Students from twin town Les Essarts visit Bicester Technology Studio

BTS recently welcomed a group of 50 students from Bicester’s French twin town Les Essarts.

The visit, which was organised by Bicester and District Town Twinning Association (BDTA), consisted of a day of team-building activities with students and staff from Clemenceau College and BTS.

Following introductions from BTS, Bicester Village and BDTA, students took part in an ice-breaker and were then divided into two groups for their morning and afternoon activities.

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Engineering students inspired at major live construction site

A group of eight of our engineering students recently visited the Porthaven Care Home Project in Kidlington, organised through Open Doors.

Open Doors offers a unique chance to see behind the scenes at major ‘live’ construction sites across England, Scotland and Wales. Visitors are given the opportunity to discover how the buildings and structures in their community are constructed and find out about the diverse range of skills and professions needed on site.

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Students join Bicester Vision and db symmetry for ground-breaking ceremony

Construction of Symmetry Park, Bicester’s new supply chain and logistics hub, formally began last week with a ground-breaking ceremony attended by BTS students and members of the business community.

To mark the commencement of construction work, students from Bicester Technology Studio joined Bicester Vision and db symmetry to celebrate spades going in the ground at this landmark development. db symmetry was granted planning permission in November last year and will complete the first two phases of the development, totalling 198,000 sq ft, by the end of this year.

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Students named as charity’s top fundraisers

Business students from BTS have been presented with an award by Katharine House Hospice following a fundraising challenge.

The Kärcher Accumulator Challenge, which started in September, required students to raise as much money as they could using a £50 donation from Kärcher UK to get them started.

In total, the students’ fundraising activities resulted in over £1,200 being raised for Katharine House Hospice. This led to BTS being presented with an award for the most amount of money raised out of all groups who took part in the challenge this year, which they received at the awards ceremony on Monday 13 March.

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