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Itchen College Student Elliot Broomfield Creates Autism Inspired Final Piece

Itchen College (@ItchenCollege) student Elliot Broomfield has created a fantastic piece of artwork titled ‘A / Neurotypical Day’, which was produced as a visual representation of life with autism.

Itchen College Student Daisy Pusey Creates Children's Book

Itchen College (@ItchenCollege) student Daisy Pusey has created an incredible children’s book titled ‘The Dragon Who Lost His Wings’, which is generating interest from well-established publishing agencies including Pegasus Publishers! Daisy, who formerly attended Wildern School, has combined skills that she has learnt from her Graphics and IT & Computing classes and has written and illustrated the entire book herself as part of a college project. She is now in the process of responding to attention from external publishing firms.

Where are they now? Sam Andrews

We love to hear about what our students achieve after they conclude their studies here at Itchen. We caught up with Sam Andrews who is currently a lecturer in Psychology at Keele University, and asked her to tell us more about her career journey and her experience of studying at Itchen College (@ItchenCollege).

Former Itchen College Student Jack West Makes Debut on Voice FM

Congratulations to former @ItchenCollege student Jack West, who made his debut as a radio presenter on Voice FM (@voicefmradio) last week! You will be able to tune into Jack’s slot every Friday from 3-5pm by listening live on or on 103.9FM. A massive 27,090 people tuned in to Jack’s first show, with listeners as far as Canada, Poland and Italy!

Where are they now? Former Itchen College student Daisy Cross tells us all about her college experience and exciting career journey

We caught up with former Itchen College (@ItchenCollege) student Daisy Cross to find out about the incredible work she has been doing since concluding her studies at Itchen. Daisy is currently a second year TV Production student and a freelance videographer for her own business DaisCmedia. She is also the UK Marketing & Communications Officer for HERA, an organisation fighting to end slavery by offering education, training and mentoring to women survivors of modern slavery, human trafficking and exploitation. We asked Daisy to tell us more about her career journey and her experience studying at Itchen College.

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