Rhetoric workshop speech by student Taanu Donne, aged 15

Rhetoric workshop speech by student Taanu Donne, aged 15

How do you feel about organ donation? Kidneys. Lungs. A heart. Vital organs that we would be dead without. Many are needed, but few are donated. At this moment in the UK, 6.5 thousand people are waiting for an organ. 6.5 thousand people who are inevitably going to die without a transplant. 6.5 thousand people whose lives could b saved – by your actions. How does it feel to know that, when you pass on, have ceased to be, have kicked the bucket, you could save 8 other lives? To know that a family member or a  close friend is […]

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Glyndebourne youth opera performance

Glyndebourne youth opera performance

by SML College student, Flo Gordon I have loved classical singing all my life. When I was young, I was in a school choir, but unfortunately, the school closed down. In my new school, there was a choir but it was all musical theatre and pop which I wasn’t particularly interested in. Then in year 4, my mum signed me up for a small workshop at Glyndebourne. I was quite scared because I thought Opera was only for posh, fat women in massive gowns, that shatter wine glasses with their voices. But, when I went to the Glyndebourne workshop I […]

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Gaining an Arts award at SML College

At SML College we provide the facility for students to achieve an Arts Award, set up by the Arts Council to provide a route for young people to develop their creative and leadership skills and gain GCSE and AS level equivalent qualifications in the arts.  To achieve their Arts Award, students take on various challenges in an art form of their choice and create a portfolio of work with the support of an Arts Award adviser, who acts as assessor, facilitator and mentor. We provide the facility for our students to gain an Arts Award at Bronze or Silver level. Bronze […]

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