Derby College's pre-school nursery based at the Broomfield Hall campus in Morley has been rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted inspectors in all areas of its work.
The inspection, which took place in November, looked at four key areas – effectiveness of leadership and management; quality of teaching learning and assessment; personal development, behaviour and welfare and outcomes for children – all of which were judged as 'Outstanding'.
A wide range of large and small animals who are cared for by students at Derby College's Broomfield Hall will take centre stage in a live nativity performance on Sunday December 11.
Animal Care learners at Derby College have welcomed two new residents to their department at Broomfield Hall who they will be caring for over the winter months.
Derby College's Broomfield Hall campus in Morley will be open to the public on Sunday September 25 where Horticulture students and lecturers will share their knowledge of how to grow a wide range of plants.
Derby College is appealing for volunteers to help restore the historic gardens at the Broomfield Hall campus after it secured a £4,000 grant to further improve the campus grounds and boost its appeal as a visitor attraction.
Visitors to Derby College's Broomfield Hall campus in Morley on Sunday May 29 will be in for a horticultural and animal treat with a wide range of advice and activities available for all the family.
Level three Countryside Management students have created two important habitats for insects and amphibians at Broomfield Hall.
Derby College's Broomfield Hall has secured a £4,000 grant to further improve the campus grounds and boost its appeal as a visitor attraction.
Animal Care learners at Derby College's Broomfield Hall are preparing to release three hedgehogs back into the wild (Thursday May 5) having spent the winter looking after them.
Derbyshire artist Victoria Brown is working with pre-school children at Derby College's Little Explorers Nursery at Broomfield Hall in Morley on an arts project which will culminate in an exhibition of work at RHS Tatton Park in July.
The Bean Project is part of the United Nations 2016 Year of the Pulse and involves Victoria and the children planting a bean crop at Broomfield Hall and two local primary schools – Dale Primary School and Weston-on-Trent Primary School.