Former Barnet and Southgate College pupil inspires others to follow their dreams

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A singer has joined forces with her former college to inspire students to never give up on their dreams.

Modupé Obasola, who went to Barnet and Southgate College, has signed up with national education charity Future First, which helps people keep in touch with their former schools.

The Wood Street college wants other former students to follow in her lead and sign up for its alumni, to harness their talents and help current pupils.

Modupé studied music at the Wood Street Campus in 2011 and joins 50,000 former students across Britain in the network.

She achieved her dream of becoming a singer and songwriter and she went onto perform for the live shows of ITV Britain’s Got Talent series.

Modupé said: “I was on the BTEC national diploma course in music technology and Performance.

“I’ve just come off Britain’s Got Talent and I’ve got new management, I’m looking at getting in the studio and working on new tracks, hopefully we’ll have something released next year.

“I think coming to Barnet and Southgate College really set me up for the music industry as I was given a lot of opportunities to get out there and perform live.”


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