Community website pitch gives students a unique taste of the world of work
Students at Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College are taking their classroom skills into the world of work by pitching designs for a website.
Sixth formers on the interactive media course have been working on concepts for a new website which will provide an interactive resource for partners of the Trust, local projects and the wider community.
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Trust for Innovative Learning and Training or TILT, turned to the Sixth Form College when they needed help to develop their website tilttrust.org.
The students unveiled their designs to TILT members at the Sixth Form College on Monday evening.
TILT Forum member Caroline Cole said: "TILT is a cooperative trust, initially formed at Birches Head High School. Members of the trust have developed a wide range of links and partnerships within the local community. Its members include pupils, teachers and local residents and the aim is to work with local people to provide a variety of community activities.
"This project has been great as it has allowed our students to work on designs for a real client. They presented their concepts to TILT representatives on Monday and we will now decide which ideas to shortlist for the final design stages of the site."
For more information visit www.stokesfc.ac.uk or call 01782 848736.