Proposal to dissolve Worcester Sixth Form College and become a 16-19 academy
The Governing Body (Corporation) of Worcester Sixth Form College (the College) has applied for the College to become an academy under the Academies Act 2010 as part of the area review programme. The Governing Body is now consulting on whether the College should become a 16-19 academy.
We are excited to announce that Worcester Sixth Form College is a finalist in the Worcestershire Education Awards in the 'College or post-16 training provider of the Year' category.
The Awards have been launched by the Worcester News in partnership with the University of Worcester and the ceremony will take place on Wednesday, 14th June.
The College is also delighted that so many of our staff were acknowledged with nominations across a range of categories and this is a testament to the high regard in which students regard the teaching and support provided by our staff.
As well as the College itself being a finalist, congratulations go to two staff members who are finalists in individual award categories: Dan Boatright, teacher of Geology and Archaeology, is a finalist in the 'Teacher of the Year' category and Lynne Matthews, Employment and Community Links Officer, is a finalist in the 'Community Involvement' category.
Principal, Michael Kitcatt, said: "I am delighted with our success in these nominations, which clearly shows the commitment of our support staff and teaching staff to supporting and developing our students and the high regard which our students have for the College and its staff."