Students of the Uniformed Protective Services and Sport, Exercise and Coaching courses have each been developing their leadership skills this half term.

First-year Uniformed Protective Services students were challenged by visitors from the Army and RAF who organised a range of teamwork challenges for the students to tackle.

Meanwhile, second-year Sport students, now well-versed in leadership, organised and delivered a Cyclo-Cross event for 70 primary school children from around the Taunton area.

Course Manager for both courses, Matt Morgan shared “The Uniformed Protective Services students had their problem-solving skills tested to the max and our Sport students were awesome; in addition to organising their first event, they also successfully tackled the challenge of incorporating 28 students from Bishop Fox’s School into leadership roles”.

To find out more about courses and EnRICH activities at Huish which will build your leadership skills come along to the College Open Events on 5th & 7th November – Register here.

students completing a team building exercise
Many pupils in bike bibs outside listening to speaker
Primary school children on bikes lined up at a start line