Former Ashton Sixth Form College student Sophie Woods, a centre midfielder from Droylsden is heading to the USA to play for Iowa's Indian Hills Community College women's soccer team the Warriors. Theteam are excited to welcome Sophie who has experience playing for teams affiliated with Manchester United and Manchester City.
Over these weeks that I have been in Step Up College I have really improved my English skills, which were supported by my teachers in a friendly atmosphere. Also I have made a lot of friends in theclass. I have learned a lot of other customs and cultures. I would definitely recommend this college to anyone who wants to learn English.
At Tameside College the provision for learners with complex and moderate learning difficulties and/or disabilities is based within Dovestones. This is a state of the art department with a wide rangeof specialist facilities to meet the needs of our students. The building incorporates an accessible IT suit, accessible life skills room, accessible independent living skills room, multi-sensory room, specialist teaching areas and a sensory garden.
We care deeply about the personal development of each of our students. From the moment a pupil enters the College we want them to feel a sense of happiness and belonging, as this is very important totheir future success. They will be happy and they will be safe, and they will be challenged to do their very best in school all of the time.
Happy New Year to all our Community from The Governors and Staff of SJP. Please note that LP2 Reports to Parents will be issued this week with the exception of Y8 and Y9 who's reports will beavailable at next weFriday's Y8 and Y9 Review Day. The College will be closed to all year groups although some public examinations will take place on this day.
As a non-selective institution, the College often accepts students that other local sixth forms turn down, giving them the opportunity to work and succeed alongside students with much higher levels ofability. Our student body currently consists of over 2300 full time 16-19 year olds, to whom we offer the widest choice of Advanced Level subjects in the area. Our students have access to the Internet, the College VLE 'MyDay' and e-mail facilities.
Students are taught in a real life environment with equipment and surroundings equivalent to those in the work place. Our highly qualified teaching staff have many years experience and bring this tothe workshop or classroom. Students also benefit from the close partnerships that have been created with local businesses, partners and key industries.
We are a 'state of the art' 21st century school delivering 21st century education. Hyde 11-18 Community College is located near to Flowery Field train station in Hyde and is nearby to Junction 3 ofthe M67 motorway. It is also possible to zoom in and out using the + and - icons on the left.
A school that offers your child better opportunities than ever before, in an exciting new development purpose-built to encourage attainment and success. Writing as a parent and Headteacher myself, Ican assure you that our premises and resources are now state of the art; they have been specially planned to inspire a culture of learning and to promote ambition in young people aged 11 to 16.
Our innovative programs in education focus on student learning; our faculty and staff are dedicated to enabling students to think critically, to understand the significant issues of the sciences, toappreciate why societies flourish and perish, to value the arts and to understand the importance of acting responsibly and living humanely. Our courses focus on the active participation of students, often emphasizing interdisciplinary work and utilizing small-group and self-directed learning.