We have been notified that as part of the on-going build at Fenton Manor that the contractors will shortly be installing 3 way traffic lights near to the sports building/playing fields junction on the site.
This may delay your approach to the car park at busy times, especially if approaching from the Victoria Road entrance.
Please allow enough time before arriving for your exam to include this possible delay.
Diversity Day was an occasion to celebrate the varied backgrounds of students and staff within the college. Staff and students joined in the fun by wearing something that reflects their family culture or heritage and taking parts in the activities run throughout the day.
Stoke-on-Trent hosted the BCS Rugby 7’s National Finals for colleges all across the country at Longton Rugby Club on Wednesday 8th May. 15 colleges entered teams in to this competition which had 2 subsidiary tournaments. These were the “performance” category for players who play at a high level such as county, club and, in some cases, national. The other category was “participation”, this was for students who enjoy the game but do not play at a high standard. The Sixth Form College entered a team in to the “participation” category.
This week was Student Governor Campaign Week. We have a fantastic 11 candidates, 7 females and 4 males, running to become next year’s Student Governors! This week they have been drumming up support from their fellow students by creating unique campaigns. They have showed their creative flair through poster designs and political manifestos, decorating our halls and windows to grab students’ attention. Many of the candidates have been thinking outside of the box; holding small events and getting creative with their advertising.
After months of hard work fundraising for the their air fares 25 students from Stoke on Trent College and the City of Stoke on Trent College jetted off to South Africa on a once in a life time experience.
The team of teens took part in the Challenge South Africa project, a 36 week project which is open to students from Stoke on Trent College and the Sixth Form College. The aim of the project is to raise students awareness of Equality & Diversity, teaching the students about the history and culture of South Africa as well developing a range of social and personal skills such as teamwork, leadership and communication.
Find Your Feet is the perfect opportunity to experience life at the Sixth Form College. You will get to know your way around the building, see all of our facilities, try out your chosen courses, meet the staff and make new friends. We look forward to meeting you all!