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This year has seen an impressive seven Sixth Form College students receive offers from Oxbridge. This is an outstanding achievement and the College is proud of each of the offer holders.

Of the seven students

First year student, Lee-J Watson, secured impressive success at respected regional sports competition.

Lee-J, a sports student and member of our Junior Elite Scholarship, represented the College in the regional leg of a

On the 19th of January the College’s Humanities department hosted its annual  Y Factor event. Year 10 and Year 11 students from 4 local highschools from across Stoke-on-Trent participated in a day

150 of North Staffordshire’s brightest teenagers are to be prepared for top degree places through Cambridge University’s HE+ scheme.

They will spend the next year working on a range of activities, including research

Ofsted has recently praised us for our high-quality teaching and support. Ofsted inspectors say results are rising across the board at the College, particularly in vocational courses, and teachers are providing challenging work. There

Tim Copsey from BFI visited College to deliver a bespoke workshop designed for BTEC Film and TV production and Media students.

This opportunity came after College students Steve Grimley, Saheb Khan and Dominique Willett impressed

Health and Social Care students paid a visit to Staffordshire University to explore their post-college options, focusing on medical related degrees. This informative and interactive opportunity gave the class an in-depth and invaluable

Tilly Griffiths, a Sixth Form student and Child Ambassador for Caudwell Children, has inspired a top English model and television star to fundraise for the charity.

Tilly was introduced to the model Danielle Lloyd, at

Members of the College’s Let’s Connect group organised an immersive Halloween event that transformed the College into the scene of a zombie apocalypse.

More than 50 students experienced the group’s Fright Night