However you decide to spend your time, the Sixth Form College is here to help you make the most of student life. It’s just up to you to get involved…
As part of your college programme you will be assigned to a Progression Pathway which are designed to develop you into a rounded individual, making you more attractive and better prepared to universities and employers. Within each Progression Pathway you will have the chance to develop skills and opportunities that will enhance your career prospects, such as work experience placements, public lectures and guest speakers in your industry, competitive and recreational sports and community engagement projects. If your career plans change during your time at the Sixth Form College, it is possible to change your Progression Pathway to support your new ambitions.
The Sixth Form College also offers students a comprehensive range of UK and overseas visits, allowing our students to experience a whole world of opportunities and cultures by taking part in overseas visits, Challenge South Africa, Challenge China and Challenge Poland as well as a new exchange programme to Erlangen, Germany. The college has also hosted international student visits from China and other countries, giving visitors the chance to experience the culture as a student in the UK and allowing our students to engage with and share experiences with their peers from across the globe! The Sixth Form College has also supported students looking to take part in foreign exchange visits.
As a Student Ambassador you can take a lead on college-wide projects which may include: social media, community and school engagement, social enterprise, environmental issues, cultural and health topics as well as acting as ambassadors for the college during events such as open evenings.
For our budding radio presenters, producers and journalists there is ample opportunity to get involved with Knot6’ the college’s internet radio station broadcasting live from the college. Interested in journalism? Find out more about our College Newspaper which is run by students studying a wide variety of courses at the college and their schedule reflects this diversity.
Clubs and Societies
Many of our clubs and societies are run by students for students. You may wish to join many of the college societies on offer such as the Debating Society, the Creative Writing Group, Christian Union, College Diversity Team and Media Hub; you can even create one of your own!
Students who wish to perform and showcase their musical talents can do so by taking part in college productions throughout the year or by taking to the second floor balcony during a lunch break to entertain the college community. You can also get involved by joining the college Samba Band.
Sports and enrichment activities give you the chance to do something extra with your time at College and have fun while you learn! A range of different opportunities are set up during the year so you have the chance to continue with your favourite sport or hobby or perhaps try something completely new.
Enrichment activities are a great way to meet other students who are not on your course, and as well as aiding your personal development, they will help you to relax and enjoy your time at college.