Phone lines down

Currently our phone lines are down due to a technical issue. You can call us on 07739 343885 or you can email us on

We will post an update on the situation on our website when the issue is resolved.

S6C Taster Day for Year 11 students – booking now open

We’re offering Year 11 students the opportunity to attend a taster day on Friday 26th October 2018 from 9:45am-2:45pm.

Booking is now open to attend, please print and complete this form and return it to us by Friday 19th October 2018: Taster Day booking form (October 18) (6) Lunch will be provided so don’t delay, book now to reserve your space.

Students can experience studying as an S6C student. Try out practical lessons with other prospective students from our wide range of A Levels and vocational qualifications including extended diplomas. Meet our teachers and current students and tour the fantastic facilities with our Student Leadership Team.

Booking is necessary to attend as parental permission is required. 

S6C Open Evening Wednesday 10th October 6-8pm

This Wednesday is our Open Evening for students looking to join us in September 2019.

Students and their parents are invited to meet our teachers and current students, see our fantastic facilities and find out more about the courses and applying.

No need to book to attend. See more info at or email or call 01722 597970

Magna Learning Partnership Schools’ STARS appeal sum

The five schools in Magna Learning Partnership have raised the fantastic sum of £2500 for the STARS appeal through the Spire FM ‘bring a pound to work day’ on 28th September. Students at Sarum Academy, St Edmund’s Girls’ School, Salisbury 6th Form College, The Trafalgar School and Wyvern College raised the money through, in the case of the secondary schools, a non-uniform day and for Salisbury 6th Form College a ‘wear black and white day’. The staff and Trustees of Magna Learning Partnership also provided their contributions.

MLP Executive Headteacher Sarah Busby was delighted with the overall amount:

‘It’s marvellous that the schools have collected so much money to contribute to the total needed for the new MRI scanner at Salisbury District Hospital. Many of our students will know someone in their family whose health has benefited from the uses of the existing scanner; we know that many more people will be helped by this second machine.’

Photo caption:

Year 7 students at Sarum Academy with the cheque for £2500 and left to right, Stewart Roderick, Headteacher at The Trafalgar School, Simon Firth, Principal Salisbury 6th Form College, Sarah Busby, Executive Head of Magna Learning Partnership, Nicola Bull, Headteacher of Wyvern College and St Edmund’s Girls’ School, Jonathan Curtis, Headteacher Sarum Academy.

Bring a Pound to Work Day for the Stars Appeal

On Friday 28th September, staff and students at Salisbury 6th Form College, together with staff and students in all the Magna Learning Partnership schools, will be taking part in Bring a Pound to Work Day to raise money for Salisbury District Hospital’s Stars Appeal.


Please see the letter that went out to all parents and posters which are displayed around the college for more information.


Spire FM ‘bring a pound to work’ day poster Version 2 for S6C Spire FM ‘bring a pound to work’ Sep 18 S6C

Pre-enrolment form for students joining Year 12

Good luck to everyone collecting their GCSE results tomorrow.

We can’t wait to meet all of our new students at enrolment!

Once you have collected your GCSE results please complete the pre-enrolment form below to confirm that you will be enrolling with us. Completing this form will speed up your enrolment appointment.

You then need to attend your allocated enrolment appointment on Tuesday 28th August or Wednesday 29th August to complete the enrolment process.

We can’t wait to welcome you as an S6C student!




A Level Results 2018

Salisbury 6th Form College (S6C) students have once again achieved some fantastic results in their A Level exams. This year, S6C sees its third cohort complete their studies and move on to university, apprenticeships and employment and once again the pass rate is excellent.


S6C would particularly like to celebrate the outstanding results of the following students who all achieved an A* in their A Level results:

  • Rachel Moody
  • Melissa Morton
  • Claudio Rapisarda
  • Joana Costa Torres


Claudio Rapisarda, Jasmin Rogers, and Thomas Brown also achieved an A* in their Extended Project Qualification, an independent research project which universities favour. Claudio has secured a place at the University of Manchester to study Aerospace Engineering, Jasmin has secured a place at Bournemouth University to study Environmental Science, and Thomas has secured a place at the University of Exeter to study History. Vocational students have also performed well this year with Chloe Bishops’ results standing out with D*D*D*.


Simon Firth, Principal, says “What pleases me so much about the results this year is the progress made by all students – they’ve all done really well, and we’re celebrating the success of both our A Level students who are receiving results today but also our vocational students. Most of our students will be going to university and we’d like to wish them all the best of luck in their future studies. It’s a pleasing day for us, I’m absolutely delighted, it’s another important milestone as we continue to grow. We’re now part of the Magna Learning Partnership with other schools in the city, we’re excited about our future as this new partnership starts to join up the thinking across Salisbury which is really good for us and most of all is really good for our students.”


Around a fifth of students who secured a university place will be going to a Russell Group university including University of Bristol, Cardiff University, University of Exeter, University of Leeds, Durham University, University of Southampton and University of Manchester. Students also secured places on competitive courses such as Midwifery, Cyber Security and Forensic Computing, Earth and Ocean Science, Law at University of Southampton, Aerospace Engineering, Environmental Science and Biochemistry. Students have also secured employment and apprenticeships in a variety of sectors including childcare and veterinary nursing.