Studying at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.Outstanding by standing out.
Members of SGS Filton Rugby Academy are swapping scrum caps for speedos in an attempt to raise money for the Children's Hospice South West.
Two very talented former SGS students are set to compete in this year’s Commonwealth Games.
Ahead of Bristol Academy's FAWSL match against Liverpool Ladies, the Vixens held their annual grassroots tournament and this year saw 42 teams competing
In celebration of the Commonwealth Games, SGS College is holding an Athletics Holiday Camp
A former student from SGS College has relished the opportunity of a lifetime by working with the current England squad in Brazil as a sport analyst for the World Cup.
Two students studying at SGS College’s Queens Road Campus have each been awarded £500 through the Bristol Decorative and Fine Art Society Student Awards (BDFAS) 2014.
The highly successful Bristol Academy Table Tennis Camp will be on offer again next month to help youngsters improved their skills.
Table Tennis Academy Student, James Meyer, won the National Deaf Championships, 5th July 2014, in Wolverhampton.
Preparation for Work and Life students currently studying at the Stroud Campus had an afternoon of dancing, singing, and showing off their art work, at the end of last month.
The construction department at SGS College’s Stroud Campus have decided to branch out by offering a different type of work experience.
Students from SGS College currently undertaking Preparation for Work and Life courses have been expressing themselves through street art as part of a new project.
South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (SGS) today received confirmation that they had been successful in securing funding for a new college campus at the former nuclear power station at Berkeley, Gloucestershire.
SGS College’s WISE Campus will open its doors to the Avon Athletics Open Track and Field Meeting later this month.
Three students from SGS College’s Athletics Academy have been selected for the English Schools National Athletics Championships.
Eighteen year-old Ben Lawrence from Woodford is one of just 18 young people to be selected from 300 applicants for an Accountancy Scholarship with Kaplan.