The deadline for submitting applications to S6C is Friday 31st January 2020. However, students can still apply after this date and be accepted but will be considered as a late entry. We would encourage students to complete applications as soon as possible.
Please see below the latest S6C Parent Newsletter:
S6C 6-3 Devizes School
Goals: Reece Tanner (4), Sam Webb (2)
Lineup: B. Green, H. Grannell, L. Woodhead, A. Forden, T. Halsey, J. Collins, D. Gilchrist, S. Webb (C), E. Clem, T. Sawyer, R. Tanner
Subs: C. Knight, D. Bagshaw, H. Waters
S6C continued their strong start to the season with a well-fought win against a Devizes team with some talented players. In a changed lineup from the previous game, Salisbury Hockey superstar Ben Green was given a chance in between the sticks and Dylan Gilchrist and Harry Grannell were given starts after starting on the bench in the previous game.
In the first minute of the game Reece Tanner continued his record of scoring in every appearance for college with a strong finish into the bottom corner. Reece scored again in the first 10 minutes after a whipped corner from captain Sam Webb. Devizes came back into the game after some miscommunication at the back and a dominant 15 minutes from their midfield, 2-2. S6C took the lead again after a pin point free kick from Sam Webb (which can be found on the new S6C sport instagram account @sport_s6c). Devizes equalised again to take the game to 3-3 before Reece sealed his hat trick to go in at half time with a 4-3 lead.
The second half was a one sided affair with the game finishing 6-3. The goals came once again from Reece Tanner and Sam Webb. Highlights from this half included Ben Green catching every ball in a dominant display, and some outrageous tekkerz from impact sub and fan-favourite Haydyn Waters. S6C will have to wait until after christmas for their next fixtures with tough games coming up against Bishops Wordsworth and the Commonwealth School. This game also saw S6C sporting a new puma match kit sponsored by Deliveroo.
S6C 7-2 Matravers School
Goals: Reece Tanner (2), Lewis Woodhead (2), Evan Clem, Sam Webb, Fraser Hicks
Lineup: W. Gainey, T. Sawyer, L. Woodhead, A. Forden, T. Halsey, J. Collins, S. Webb (C), E. Clem, A. Castle, F. Hicks, R. Tanner
Subs: D. Gilchrist, C. Knight, H. Grannell, J. Kenyon
The college got off to winning ways in their first season in the Wiltshire Schools u18 Cup, left back Tom Halsey produced a man of the match performance at Bishopdown.
S6C tried to assert their dominance early on by playing a passing game, with James Collins and Sam Webb getting lots of touches early on! S6C took a 2 goal lead after a cool finish from Reece Tanner and a header from defender Lewis Woodhead. Matravers were allowed back into the game after a long range effort from the Matravers captain. Reece scored again to take a 3-1 lead at half time.
The lads came out a lot stronger after half time and killed the game early into the second half with goals from Evan Clem and team captain Sam Webb. Year 12 debutant Fraser Hicks grabbed a goal from inside the 6 yard box before Lewis rounded off the scoring with another header. The boys are very optimistic about the season ahead.
Sport students took a trip to the University of Bath last month to complete some fitness testing. They also took part in a speed for sport session and strength and conditioning with Superleague Netball player Kim Commane. Students got a tour of the world class sport facilities at the university and an insight into studying sport at higher education.
For more updates on the sport courses follow us on instagram @sport_s6c
Please see some of the documents that are relevant to tonight’s Parent Information Evening.
Our Open Evenings are on Tuesday 15th October 2019 and Wednesday 20th November 2019. We also have a Taster Day on Friday 25th October, more information will be uploaded to our home page about the Taster Day nearer the time. We also have two Open Mornings on Tuesday 26th November 2019 and Thursday 28th November 2019
What time will the Open Events be?
The Open Evenings will be held from 6:00-8:00pm and Open Mornings will be held from 8:30-10:00am.
What is the format of the Open Evening
There will be a Welcome Talk from our Principal at 6:15pm which will be repeated at 7pm. We recommend you start your visit by attending this talk. Our teaching staff and current students are available to talk about the courses and opportunities available in their subjects on a drop-in basis throughout the evening. They are located in classrooms within S6C which will be signposted and detailed in a programme which you will be given upon arrival.
Where will the Open Events be held?
The Open Events will be held at S6C, 66-78 Tollgate Road, Salisbury, SP1 2JJ.
How do we find S6C?
S6C is on Tollgate Road:
Is parking available?
Parking is available on the street outside of the college (no permit is needed at the time of the Open Evening) or in the public car park by Churchill Gardens on Southampton Road which is just a short walk away. There is limited parking on site which on Open Evenings is reserved for those with mobility issues and those who require parking close to the building – if this applies to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a parking space.
Who will I meet at the Open Evening?
All S6C staff will be present at the Open Evening so you can speak to teachers about the subjects that you’re interested in studying. Current students will also be available to speak to you and tell you why they chose to study at S6C.
Do I need to book onto the Open Evening in order to attend?
There’s no need to book prior to the Open Evening, everyone is welcome to attend.
What if I can’t make that date?
If you can’t make the Open Evening dates then please contact us to arrange another time to come and visit us and speak to the teachers of the subjects you’re interested in.
If you have any further questions, please email email@example.com
We look forward to welcoming you!