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Adam is studying engineering at Loughborough University

University success for Adam

A Level student, Adam Kelsall has been offered a place at Loughborough University.


Clarendon student accepted into University of Cambridge

Star pupil Lewis heads for Cambridge

A* pupil, Lewis Kelsall has been offered a place to study at  University of Cambridge.


Clarendon Sixth Form 21/22 prospectus now online

Clarendon Sixth Form College launches new prospectus

Clarendon Sixth Form College has launched its prospectus for 2021/22, now available on the college website.

Produced for 16-18 year olds, the prospectus is full of information required for school leavers who wish to study A Levels, vocational creative and blended study programmes.


This year was the first online ceremony

Creative students host first online 'Oscars' awards

Creative media production students at Clarendon Sixth Form College share their work and achievements in first ever online OSCARs evening.

 The ceremony traditionally takes place on campus every June, showcasing the best of students’ work created during their studies.


Garon is heading for the NYT

Star performer heads for the National Youth Theatre

Garon Clark, a performing arts student at Clarendon Sixth Form College, has impressed the National Youth Theatre after successfully completing regional auditions for the prestigious performing arts company. 


Ellis will be attending LIPA

Dancer Ellis Leaps into LIPA

Ellis Keilaus, a dance student at Clarendon Sixth Form College, has been offered a place at LIPA (The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts). 


Cambridge University is the 2nd best in the world

Tyler and Milli look forward to Cambridge programme

Tyler Scanlon and Milli Owens, A level students at Clarendon Sixth Form College, both secure places on the prestigious ‘Sutton Trust’ programme with Cambridge University.


Josh (left) with Matthew (second to right)

University success for Matthew and Josh

Matthew Auld and Josh Hincks, performing arts students at Clarendon Sixth Form College have both been offered places to study at UCLan (University of Central Lancashire).


Lee delivering his presentation to students

Journalist ‘writes’ the future for media students

Lee Wild, reporter at the Tameside Reporter and Glossop Chronicle, visits students at Clarendon Sixth Form College to talk about his career.


Connor with Dr Holmes-Henderson

Connor makes history with Classics Association victory

Connor Irving, an A-level classics student at Clarendon Sixth Form College, takes first prize in the renowned Lytham St Annes Classics Association competition.