Congratulations to Councillor Judith Grajewski, a long-standing and valued governor of Eastleigh College, who has been appointed Local Authority Director of Solent LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership).
As an Executive Member for Public Health at Hampshire, Councillor at Eastleigh Borough Council and Hampshire County Council’s representative on the Partnership for South Hampshire (PfSH) Joint Management Committee, Judith has a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Judith is also a director with a Hampshire-based advertising and design agency providing strategic marketing and creative support to local and national small and medium-sized businesses, and is extremely well-placed to take on the role with Solent LEP.
Eastleigh College works closely with Solent LEP, which brings the business community together with the Further Education and Higher Education sector to ensure a prosperous and sustainable economic future in the region.
Councillor Grajewski said: “Being part of the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership works well with my current roles as their work impacts the whole region, establishing long-term strategies and actions for future generations that live and work here.
“I look forward to contributing to these strategies that will benefit our community, making it an increasingly vibrant area.”
We are delighted to have been recognised by The Times Education Awards for the support we provide to students who need to re-sit their GCSEs after leaving school. The excellent results our students achieved last summer include more than twice the national average gaining a maths GCSE, testament to the dedicated team of teachers who use innovative approaches and techniques to inspire our learners.
Young chefs and hospitality students from Eastleigh College were joined by other competitors from training providers across the south to take part in the southern regional heat of an established national competition. The Major Series 2020, which is organised by Major International in conjunction with the Craft Guild of Chefs, saw 50 competitors take over Eastleigh College's three professional kitchens and East Avenue restaurant and work their culinary majic across ten different classes from 'afternoon tea' to 'street food'.