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Staff and Students Celebrate a Year at Levenmouth

Fife College recently celebrated the one year anniversary of its state-of-the-art Levenmouth Campus by holding a Levenmouth Tea Party event.
Principal and Chief Executive, Hugh Hall with students and staff from Fife College at the Levenmouth Tea Party event.
Principal and Chief Executive, Hugh Hall with students and staff from Fife College at the Levenmouth Tea Party event.

Students and staff came together for the celebratory event at the Campus where they enjoyed and shared memories, stories and refreshments to toast a successful first year for the College in Levenmouth. 

The event was introduced by Dorothée Leslie, Vice Principal for Curriculum and Academic Planning at Fife College who spoke favourably of the new Campus and the opportunities it has created for the Levenmouth community. Guests were then invited to help themselves to tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes, freshly prepared by the College’s Culinary Arts students. 

Dorothée said: “I have received nothing but positive feedback about this Campus and I really am delighted to hear about the doors it is opening for people in the Levenmouth community, who otherwise may not have had such a positive experience.”

A short presentation was played throughout the event highlighting the key moments and events that had occurred throughout the year. This included Business, Hospitality and Tourism students who organised a coffee morning to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support and Hairdressing students who arranged for food to be donated to the local food bank. 

Pupils from Levenmouth Academy also attended the event with Deputy Headteacher, Andrew Buchanan.

Andrew said: “I have only been in this role since Easter but in such a short period of time I have already seen how beneficial this College Campus is to Levenmouth Academy, and to the community in general. It has been great working with Fife College to provide alternative programmes for our pupils, who seem to really enjoy learning at the College and using their facilities. I am looking forward to working with the College more as the years go on.”

Pupils from Levenmouth Academy also commented on the great facilities at the Campus and how helpful and friendly the staff is.

For further details about courses available at the Levenmouth Campus including Access to Business, Hospitality and Tourism, SVQ Level 1 Food Preparation and Cooking, HNC Childhood Practice and NC Health and Social Care Higher (Incorp Access to Nursing)​, please visit www.fife.ac.uk or call 0344 2480115.

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