Cheshire College – South & West students from across the College’s Campuses and departments have come together to work on a collaborative project in honour of Remembrance Day.
Students from multiple departments including Uniformed Protective Services, Sport, Travel and Tourism and Media created a Remembrance Day video, which was shared throughout the College in memory of the service sacrifice of all those that fought to protect our freedoms.
The video, which was captured by the College’s Media students, featured Uniformed Protective Services students from Crewe and Ellesmere Port Campuses marching in procession and ended with them laying a ceremonial wreath of poppies in the College grounds.
The College also remembered the fallen with a performance piece, produced by BTEC Level 3 Dance students at Crewe Campus. The moving tribute was shown at half-hourly intervals for students and staff on Thursday 9th November in the College’s theatre.
Jasbir Dhesi OBE, Principal and CEO of Cheshire College said of the tributes: “On this day of national and international significance, we have been extremely moved by the sensitivity and hard work of our students.
“It will always be a sombre day as we remember the incredible sacrifices of individuals past and present who fought to keep us safe; however, our students have embraced the spirit of the day, using it as an opportunity for teamwork, collaboration, mutual respect and support.”