Open Evenings

Our first Open Evening will be on Thursday 12th November from 6-8pm with welcome talks from our Principal at 6pm and 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, there will be another Open Evening on Thursday 7th January from 6-8pm.

New Building Progress

We are delighted to see the progress being made off-site for the modular classrooms which will form the top two floors of our brand new building.

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We are excited to begin teaching and learning using our new building and its fantastic new facilities in the new year.

Demolition work has taken place on site and we hope to see the steel frame structure constructed and installed soon which will form the ground and first floors and provide the base for the modular built classrooms to complete the upper floors.

We will keep you updated with the progress of the building as it happens.

For more information, please email office@s6c.org.uk

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S6C fundraising and giving

Spire FM Bring a pound to work day

Spire FM Bring a Pound to Work Day

Students and staff at S6C have been very busy raising money for charity.

On Friday 25th September we held a cake sale for the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee morning. Delicious cakes were baked by students and staff and sold in the college during break and lunch time. We raised £116.74 which was donated to Macmillan Cancer support.

Macmillan Coffee Morning

MacMillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

On Thursday 1st October, S6C took part in Spire FMs Bring a Pound to Work Day to raise money for the STARS Appeal, Salisbury hospital’s charity. Our theme for the day was hats! Staff and students were encouraged to bring £1 in to wear a hat for the day. We raised £92.90 which was donated to Salisbury District Hospital’s STARS Appeal.

Well done to all staff and students who took part!

Open Evenings

Our first Open Evening will be on Thursday 12th November from 6-8pm with welcome talks from our Principal at 6pm and 7pm.

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

If you’re unable to attend, there will be another Open Evening on Thursday 7th January from 6-8pm.

‘BYOD for Learning’ Scheme

Order by the 31th September 2015
The ‘BYOD (Bring your own device) for Learning Scheme’ for S6C students is live. We are very excited about the impact this scheme will have on the learning of our students. We have created a web portal where you can purchase a suitable BYOD device.

To provide you with the best value for money in terms of both robustness of device and price, we have been through a rigorous tendering process and we are now able to offer you a competitive package.

I hope that you will find all the information you need about the scheme here. If not, feel free to contact us at any time. The BYOD for Learning Scheme has its own e-mail address: b​yod@salisbury6c.ac.uk​.

Portal: https://www.alllearnportal.co.uk/ssfc/

Enrolment for September 2015 Entry

Enrolment will take place on Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th August 2015.

All applicants should have received a letter confirming their allocated time slot to enrol. If you have not received this, please email office@s6c.org.uk

For all enquiries about studying with us in September 2015 please email office@s6c.org.uk

History students Magna Carta

History students Magna Carta

S6C students of history celebrated the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta by attending a conference run by Salisbury Cathedral.

 They attended a series of lectures by prominent public figures with a keen interest in the rights and legacy of the Magna Carta.  David Davis, a former minister who resigned over the issue of rights, talked about the threats to rights today.

Kate Allen, director of Amnesty International UK, spoke of the global importance of the famous document while Peter Oborne, a leading journalist, discussed the historical and current significance of the document.  Students went on to view the magnificent version of the charter held by Salisbury Cathedral that continues to provoke debate 800 year on.