Northallerton College serves up a "taster" day

The Advertiser Series: Mark Johnson, left, and Kieran Robinson get a taste of photography at Northallerton College's taster day. Mark Johnson, left, and Kieran Robinson get a taste of photography at Northallerton College's taster day.

SAMPLING college life was top of the agenda as students gained an insight into what could be their futures.

Northallerton College opened its doors to young people from across the area to give them a taste of the subjects they could be studying for the next two years.

Students got to experience a range of subjects from photography to drama, chemistry to health and social care during the day.

Head of sixth form Bronia Harris explained: "There's a wonderful atmosphere on taster day. Visiting students can work alongside our own students and get to know them so it's not so daunting for them arriving in September.

"All the students can find out more about the subjects they're thinking of taking and talk informally to teachers.”

She added: “It’s important to get the right combination of courses to match future plans and aspirations so this is one of the things we do to help them make those important decisions. It's a very valuable opportunity."

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