S6C visits earthquake struck Nepal

Two of the six Year 13 students who visited Nepal last year with S6C have written reports about their trip which have been shared on the Projects Abroad website.

You can read the reports here:

Heather’s report: http://goo.gl/ldXV8o

Emily’s report: http://goo.gl/9qqng2

If you are a current or prospective student interested in going to Nepal with S6C, contact Sophie Bellars, Art and Photography teacher.

Open Evening – Thursday 7 January 2016 – 6-8pm

Our next Open Evening for September 2016 entry will be on Thursday 7 January 2016 from 6-8pm with welcome talks from our Principal at 6pm and again at 7pm.

If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email office@s6c.org.uk

You’ll find more details about the evening here:http://www.salisbury6c.ac.uk/study-with-us/open-evenings/

If you’re unable to attend, please email office@s6c.org.uk to arrange an alternative time to visit.

S6C goes to Nepal

Six S6C students visited Nepal over October half term to help schools affected by the devastating earthquake in April this year.

Emily Clark, Heather Trudgill, Ellie Abbott, Adam Harris, Charlie Green and Selina Sheldon travelled to Kathmandu and worked in Yuva Prativa School, decorating the classrooms and teaching the children.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better school to have gone to, they were so welcoming,” said Ellie. “Painting the three classrooms was not the hardest job but they were so appreciative of it and thought it was the best thing ever. You feel you have done something for the greater good.”

Art and Photography teacher, Sophie Bellars and English and Drama teacher, Lyall Dew, travelled with the students and helped them to create murals on the classroom walls and teach the children English.

Our students also planned sessions to teach the children about personal and dental hygiene. Students and staff at S6C collected over 100 toothbrushes prior to the trip which were then distributed to children in the school during the informational session.

As part of the trip they also visited a HIV clinic. The students were moved by seeing the effects of this disease and have therefore decided to raise money for the MSPN Centre by organising a fancy dress day at S6C.

The visit also incorporated the opportunity to venture outside of the classroom and visit Chitwan National Park and an elephant sanctuary. The group also canoed down a river where they saw crocodiles entering the water ahead of their boat.

The students say they are far more appreciative of the luxuries they have at home since returning from the trip and they would love to have the opportunity to return. We are planning another trip of a similar nature for next year; if you’re interested in participating in the trip, please contact Miss Bellars.

Open Evening – Thursday 7 January 2016 – 6-8pm

Our next Open Evening for September 2016 entry will be on Thursday 7 January 2016 from 6-8pm with welcome talks from our Principal at 6pm and again at 7pm.

If you are interested in attending and would like more information please email office@s6c.org.uk

You’ll find more details about the evening here: http://www.salisbury6c.ac.uk/study-with-us/open-evenings/

If you’re unable to attend, please email office@s6c.org.uk to arrange an alternative time to visit.

Twilight Taster Sessions

On Thursday 3rd December 2015 at 4pm we’re offering taster sessions in many of our A Levels and vocational qualifications.

We recognise that in order for you to research your future choices fully and to ensure that you’re choosing the right option for you, you need to experience A Level study and get a sense of the expectations on you as an A Level student.

The Twilight Taster Sessions give you the opportunity to meet our specialist teaching staff in the classroom and experience how they deliver their subject and engage you in the learning of it. It’s also your opportunity to question and find out more about the content and delivery of course and experience life as an S6C student.

To find out more about what each taster session will involve, click here: Sessions decriptions 2015

If you’d like to book to attend, please complete this booking form TwilightTasterSessionsBookingForm and return it to us by scanning it and emailing to office@s6c.org.uk or posting it to S6C, Wylye Building, Southampton Road, Salisbury, SP1 2LW or bringing it in to our Reception.

We look forward to welcoming you!

S6C Online Application Form

There has been a technical difficulty with our online application form which has now been resolved.

If you have applied to S6C but not yet had a confirmation email or heard from us regarding your application then we would ask that you re-submit your application form using the new, improved online application form. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Twilight Taster Sessions

On Thursday 3rd December at 4pm we’re offering taster sessions in many of our A Levels and vocational qualifications.

We recognise that in order for you to research your future choices fully and to ensure that you’re choosing the right option for you, you need to experience A Level study and get a sense of the expectations on you as an A Level student.

The Twilight Taster Sessions give you the opportunity to meet our specialist teaching staff in the classroom and experience how they deliver their subject and engage you in the learning of it. It’s also your opportunity to question and find out more about the content and delivery of course and experience life as an S6C student.

If you’d like to book to attend, please complete this booking form TwilightTasterSessionsBookingForm and return it to us by scanning it and emailing to office@s6c.org.uk or posting it to S6C, Wylye Building, Southampton Road, Salisbury, SP1 2LW or bringing it in to our Reception.

We look forward to welcoming you!