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10 of our Maths students recently went on a trip to Jackfield Tile Museum.

Jackfield was once at the very heart of British tile production and their work can be seen in Tube Stations, Churches

The Sixth Form College recently celebrated the success and achievement of students, past and present, at our annual Prize Presentation Evening.

Held at Staffordshire University’s LRV venue, this year’s event featured a spark

16 Business Studies students embarked on an international trip to visit the German city of Munich.

Taking in the sights, visiting the headquarters of an international company and touring the Olympic Park, the trip was

The Musical Theatre Society put on their first variety show, Way Off Broadway.

After taking part in a series of musical workshops in the beginning of the year, the society put together a list of

This week, Sixth Form College Classical Civilisation students welcomed to the College members of the North Staffs Classics Association.

Celebrating the 2000 anniversary of the death of classical poet, Ovid, the Association, along with students

Stewart McNicol, English teacher at the Sixth Form College, delivered a guest lecture at Sheffield Hallam University’s Department of Humanities on the 9th of March.

Stewart has built up a reputation among academics researching

Twelve Sixth Form College students took part in a four-night residential at the Outward Bound Centre in Aberdovey.

The students, ten of which are members of the College’s Let’s Connect Group, spent

At this year’s annual Youth Speaks district final competition, our students performed exceptionally well and were awarded a very impressive second place.

Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Stoke-on-Trent, this prestigious event

20 second year Government & Politics and History students went stateside to visit and experience Washington D.C.

Over four days, the students, along with Government and Politics teacher Natalie Allen, and other curriculum staff