Huge congratulations to My Amego who won the prize for most innovative product at the Young Enterprise South Worcestershire Finals last night. A place in the top 5 means they have progressed to the Herefordshire & Worcestershire event on 9th May!
Have you ever been interested in cyber security and want some experience? Have an interest in ethical hacking and want to learn new skills? Or do you have little experience in computing and want to start somewhere? If so, consider joining Cyber Club. Cyber Club is an extracurricular club where students learn about the basics of [...]
Worcester Sixth Form College stand in solidarity with the people of New Zealand and the Muslim community. We reject racism, bigotry and discrimination of all types. If you have been affected by recent events and would like to talk to someone, please call in to Student Services at any break time. Thank you to student Olivia [...]
27 Worcester Sixth Form College students attended the Oxford and Cambridge Student Conference at Edgbaston cricket ground yesterday. They attending talks about applying to Oxford and Cambridge, what study of different subjects involves and met student ambassadors from the universities.
Second year student, Angus Harker, is taking part in the South Coast Challenge walking from Eastbourne to Arundel (100KM - 62 miles) on 31st August 2019 to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust. He aims to walk continuously, and complete the walk within 24 hours which would be a tremendous achievement. Angus says: !I have [...]
Congratulations to this year’s Worcester Sixth Form College Young Enterprise team, Athena who were crowned overall winners at the weekend’s Spring Trade Fair and won an award for best product for ‘My Amego - a small children’s toy that aims to promote mental wellbeing and build emotional and communicative skills. The toy is a small plush [...]
The College's A Level German students are currently in Berlin visiting historic and cultural sites. Student Lewis Mileham has been collating photos that students have taken at the Berlin Wall.
Congratulations to second year students Dan Rickman and Rory Simons who attended their first AoC England Colleges Hockey camp during half term in Lincoln. They beat both Lincoln University and the RAF, only losing to the Lincoln County side. Both students are members of the College's Hockey Academy.
We hope that Year 10 students from Nunnery Wood High School, Bishop Perowne Church of England College & The Chantry School have a enjoyable day at the College organised trip to Oriel College, Oxford!