We are proud of the achievements of our young people here at the City of Stoke on Trent Sixth Form College.
A significant majority of our young people progress to a wide range of university courses, including Oxbridge, Russell Group, Sutton 30 and local universities, whilst others choose to progress to apprenticeships, including prestigious degree apprenticeships, or directly into employment. We work hard to support every young person, whichever progression route is right for them.
The Sixth Form College is a very different learning environment from secondary school. We support our young people to take responsibility for their own behaviour and progress, in order to make the successful transition into independent learners. Support is offered by a range of staff at the College, but your role as parent/carer is just as important; we recognise that positive parental/carer interaction has a positive impact on a young person’s learning, behaviour, attendance and progress.
The College values the contribution that parents/carers can make towards their young person’s education and would like to work in partnership with you to ensure that all of our young people can fulfil their potential. Therefore, we actively encourage parents/carers to contact the College and interact with teaching staff in order to ensure that all of our young people have the opportunity to be successful during their time with us.
We look forward to working with you.
Please take some time to read through the FAQs below, and do not hesitate to contact the College, if you would like more information.
Frequently asked questions:
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The College runs a number of Parent’s Evenings throughout the year.
At our Parents Evenings you’ll be able to speak with subject teachers and Progress Coaches about academic development, achievement and targets. Appointments are usually booked and conducted online, using the SchoolCloud system. Details are emailed to parents via SchoolCloud once bookings open for each event. If you need assistance with booking appointments, please telephone or email the college
Wednesday 6th September 2023, 4:15pm-5:15pm
Wednesday 6th September 2023, 5:30pm-6:00pm
Wednesday 20th September 2023, 5:30pm-7:30pm
The College encourages the best from its students. I’m proud of what my daughter has achieved over the past two years and would recommend studying at the Sixth Form College to anyone.
Jackie Griffiths, Parent
UCAS and Progression Information Evening
Our UCAS and Progression Information Evening is an event aimed at Year 1 students and their parents/carers. The event will provide information and guidance on the UCAS application process and options for progression after completing their programme of study.
CEDAR (Parent Portal)
CEDAR, our Parent Portal, is an online platform which allows our parents to keep up-to-date with their young persons progress at the Sixth Form College.
Click here to log-in.
- The Parents Guide to Results Day 2023
- The Parents Guide to Exam Revision
- The Parents Guide to Teenage Anxiety & Stress
- The Parents Guide to University
- The Parents Guide to Apprenticeships
- The Parents Guide to Post-18 Options
- The Parents Guide to Standing Out From The Crowd
- Preventing Sexual Abuse Online