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The Open Event was Clarendon's most attended

Most popular open event yet for Clarendon

Clarendon Sixth Form College's open event is the most successful yet, being the first since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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Joseph on stage at the event Credit Paralympics GB

Former student star of the show at Paralympics event

Former Clarendon Sixth Form College performing arts student stars in Paralympics homecoming ceremony.

Joseph Powell-Main danced on stage at the national event, to welcome home Paralympic athletes who competed at the Tokyo 2020 games.

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Hannah will study at the University of Leeds

A level & creative success for class of 2021

Students at Clarendon Sixth Form College are delighted after another year of outstanding A Level and vocational results, with many accepting places at top universities.

Students have achieved an impressive 100% pass rate and 68% high grades (A*-B) overall for A Levels.

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Kevin has been offered a place at ArtsEd

Stage is set for Kevin after ArtsEd offer

Kevin Donkor, a performing arts student at Clarendon Sixth Form College has successfully secured a place at the prestigious ArtsEd drama school.

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Garon has been accepted into ArtsEd drama school

Drama school success for performing arts student

Garon Clark, a former performing arts student at Clarendon Sixth Form College, accepts a place at prestigious ArtsEd drama school.

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Lewis has been offered a place at ALRA

Lights, camera, action for Lewis with ALRA offer

Lewis Spencer, a performing arts student at Clarendon Sixth Form College, has been offered a place at the prestigious Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA).

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Adam and Hannah chat to students

Theatre company virtual workshop is just the trick

Performing arts students at Clarendon Sixth Form College get a taste of the industry with theatre Q&A session.

Adam Quayle and Hannah Tyrell-Pinder, artistic directors and co-founders of Box of Tricks Theatre, met with students via Microsoft Teams to discuss a variety of topics.

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Students rehearse the show

Students hope digital performance is ‘roaring’ success

Performing arts students at Clarendon Sixth Form College are preparing to put on their first totally digital production.

Due to restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic, it was decided that students would create a show which could be broadcast online.

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The laptops will be now be distributed to students

Digitally excluded students given a boost

Clarendon Sixth Form College distributes nearly 300 laptops to students without access to technology for learning at home.

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The laptops donated by Boohoo

Fashion brand’s tech donation welcomed by students

Fashion retailer Boohoo donates laptops for digitally excluded students at Tameside College and Clarendon Sixth Form College during lockdown.

The company, which is based in Manchester, has donated 25 laptops through the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) tech fund.

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