Students Front College Summer Campaign

KCC student Sophie Beale

When it came to fronting Kensington and Chelsea College’s latest campaign to showcase the college all eyes were on its talented students!

The spotlight was thrown on four college students after they were selected to be the focal point of the campaign for their outstanding achievements.

Their inspiring stories range from music students Ruth-Ann St Luce who reached the quarter final stages of BBC1’s The Voice, Kayvon Razavi who produced a soundtrack for an international Adidas campaign, Millinery students Margaret O’Connor who sold her hats designs to Fenwick, Sophie Beale who was crowned Britain’s ‘next great hat designer’ in a national competition run by Grazia Magazine and Ben Page, who secured a place at Oxford University.

As part of the eye catching and aspirational campaign, all four can now be seen around the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and neighbouring boroughs in newspaper adverts, press stories, shopping centre plasma screens and online. They are also being featured around the college, including the website.

Debbie Sage, Marketing Manager at Kensington and Chelsea College said: ‘Our students are very much at the centre of everything we do, including showcasing the college. They know better than anyone what life is like as a student at KCC. The four students we selected for the campaign have amazing stories of achievement. They’re also a great representation of the quality of students we have at the college.’

To view images of the talented four during their campaign photo shoot and to see the final posters just click on the link below:

For more information about the students and their story please click the relevant links:

Kayvon Razavi:

Ruth-Ann St Luce:

Sophie Beale:

Margaret O’Connor:

Ben Page:

Enrolment sessions will be taking place at the college from 10am, from 29th Aug-6th Sept. However, anyone who has already been offered a place at the college should come in and enrol as soon as possible to avoid the rush and secure their offer of a place.