Record numbers turn out to Celebrate

Monday July 7, 2014


Confetti FE students brought the year to a close in spectacular style yesterday, as they showcased all their hard work to parents, family and friends.

Over 100 people attended the ‘Celebrate’ event, coming to have a look around, talk to students about their work and see first-hand, work across gaming, TV & Film and Music.

Phil Myers, Head of Further Education for Confetti, said: “We had such fantastic feedback. Visitors were blown away by the quality of the work.”

Colin Huthwaite is a BTEC Level 3 Technical Events student and demonstrated some of his work in Confetti’s Electric Mayhem studio.

“It was great to be able to show off exactly what we do,” he said. “My parents really enjoyed it and found it interesting to really understand what I do on my course.”

Students finished off the day with the Confetti Summer party. Held at Up & Down Under in the city centre, over 250 students enjoyed an awards ceremony, gaming tournaments, live performances and a set from3 x world DJ champion, Mr Switch.

Mia Campbell, BTEC Level 3 TV & Film student was recognised as course ‘Student of the Year’ and was really pleased to be ackowledged; tweeting: ‘I won Student of the Year on the Level 3 TV & Film course! Thank you @Confetti_ICT, it’s been a privilege to have been taught by you!’