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Welcome to Paston Sixth Form College


Choosing where to go after school is an extremely important decision and you will want to ensure that you are making the right choice. Paston Sixth Form College has an outstanding reputation. This was confirmed by Ofsted in January 2016 when they said that Paston students “enjoy their lessons and develop very good attitudes towards learning and independent study. (They) benefit from teachers’ high levels of specialist skills and the passion they have for their subjects. As a result, a high proportion of learners are inspired to continue their studies in higher education.”
  
We look forward to celebrating your success as you work with us to take the next step in fulfilling your dreams. I hope you would like to be part of our future and I look forward to welcoming you to Paston Sixth Form College.

Kevin Grieve
Principal

About us

We value and recognise the potential of every individual student offering a range of A level, vocational and BTEC courses. One of our many strengths is the professional support we offer and by taking time to understand your goals and aspirations, we will guide and support you in obtaining the best possible results for your future.

Facilities available

Since 2013 Paston has successfully gained £4m in government improvement funds. Students now benefit from the new Student Services, Study Centre, industrial specification science labs and the newly refurbished Art and Theatre facility. These new buildings are a great environment for learning and inspiring creativity.

Additional support

Paston provides you with expert advice and guidance, care and support to help you choose your courses, settle into College, be successful in your studies and move on to your next step. This is one of the strengths of a sixth form college, where students are all at the same stage in their education.

Personal Tutor

You will have a weekly meeting with your tutor who is an expert in advising and supporting sixth form students. Tutors are responsible for your personal welfare, development and success at College and will be your first point of contact for many issues. 

They will:

  • help you settle in to College
  • provide you with information and advice e.g. Bursary and financial support, study and time management, getting further help
  • discuss your academic progress and help you agree how to improve
  • listen to your ideas and suggestions about College
  • help you understand the career opportunities available to you and support you in making university or job/training applications

How to apply

If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact Paston Sixth Form College directly.

Last updated date: 17 August 2016

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