Can’t make the tour today? Here’s a sneak peek inside S6C’s brand new, purpose-built building!
Have you booked on to our new building tour this week yet? All applicants and Year 11s are invited to book onto a tour at 4pm on Tuesday 24 or Thursday 26 May. Just complete this short form here: http://goo.gl/gURpSj
Our latest newsletter for current and prospective students is now available here: S6C Newsletter A4 Issue 15.
Our Induction Day is on Wednesday 29 June 2016. The Induction Day will be an opportunity for prospective students to meet with teachers and experience studying at S6C. We will also provide any materials needed to prepare to study with us in September such as enrolment information, subject transition information and details about the first day… Read more »
Last month, two S6C students had the opportunity to go to Auschwitz. Year 12 student, Charlie Sessions, said, “The purpose of the trip was to educate students about Auschwitz and what took place there, a goal that they definitely achieved. The trip started when Dr Tye (S6C History teacher) picked me up at 2am before… Read more »
Science students at S6C were invited to Exeter House School to run some fun activities there as part of National Science week. Our students spent the morning making bouncy putty (ever see the film ‘Flubber’?) out of PVA glue and letting off water bottle rockets, for five groups of Exeter House School Students over the… Read more »
Our latest newsletter is available here: S6C Newsletter A4 Issue 14 It has an update on the progress with the new building as well as key dates for applicants and current students, including our Induction Day on Wednesday 29th June 2016.
The timetable for exams and preparation for exams is now available to view here: https://www.salisbury6c.ac.uk/about-s6c/exams-2/
Physics students at S6C attended a Particle Physics Masterclass last week at the STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. Students toured the facility, including one of the experiment bays where various materials are positioned in front of an incredibly bright and focused X-ray beam. Students analysed trace images, looking for signs of the Higgs Boson. Students had… Read more »
The “Topping Out” ceremony for our new building took place on Wednesday 24 February on the roof of the new building. A Topping Out ceremony is traditionally held when the last part of a building is in place and the building has reached its full height. The S6C building was at full height some weeks… Read more »