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Hair and Beauty and Early Years students in our main reception area during their Macmillan fundraising event.

Students Collaborate on Macmillan Fundraising Event

Our Early Years and Hair & Beauty students recently organised a fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Support, raising over £100 for the charity.

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Industry expert inspires Hair and Beauty students in stunning demonstration

Hair and Beauty students took part in a comprehensive demonstration headed by Make-Up Artist Samantha Helen.

Hairdressing Students Make the Chop

This week our Hairdressing students made the chop for charity.

Brave the Shave

Our level 2 Barbering students, Sam and Nicky, had their clippers at the ready this week, as Sam’s parents Angela and David, braved the shave for cancer charity, Macmillan.

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Haircuts for the homeless

Barbering students have teamed up with local charity, The Hope Centre, as they welcomed service users from across St Helens, to deliver a pamper and a haircut.

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Determined Sheila makes the Cut

Adult student, Sheila Smith, from Parr, has demonstrated grit and determination to realise her ambition of one day owning her own hairdressing salon.

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Chelsea gains apprenticeship with local salon

"Studying hairdressing at St Helens College has given me the opportunity to work in the industry at an established hair salon called Colour Box in St Helens."

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Chloe close to making her dreams a reality

“I love everything about the Hairdressing course at the college, every day you are learning new things and meeting new people."

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Students raise money for Children in Need

Students join forces to help raise money for Children in Need, through nail art, face painting, hair styling and much more.

Students volunteer at spooktacularly spooky welly walk

Students volunteer at spooktacularly spooky welly walk

Our students gained valuable work experience, volunteering at the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation Spooky Welly Walk at Sherdley Park.

Inspiring Success

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“Being able to practise my skills on paying clients has given me the confidence to secure an apprenticeship working in a local salon.”

Nicole, Level 2 Diploma in Hairdressing Studies

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