At 5pm on Friday 20 March 2020, the college building will close. From Monday 23 March 2020 the college will deliver online lessons and tutorials, timetables for students will remain the same. Continued communications and guidance will follow from the
In light of the government’s most-recent advice, we have reluctantly decided to postpone the college musical, Legally Blonde. At this point, we are hoping to rearrange the show for alternative dates in the future; more details will be provided on
At the end of January, over ninety of our students completed a work placement with leading employers from across the region.
Students attended a three to five-day placement in a number of organisations within the business and finance, IT, engineering
It’s been a long time coming but Dippy on Tour has finally made its way to Rochdale and there is so much happening to celebrate.
The 70 foot-long diplodocus has been installed by a team of technicians and will be officially unveiled
We recently welcomed local councillors to the college to attend their politics enrichment session.
Councillor Rachel Massey, Councillor Kieran Heakin and Graham Baker (electoral services officer) spoke about their roles and how they entered into politics. Graham Baker encouraged students
Rochdale Sixth Form College students visit CERN, the world-class research facility in Geneva and take a trip to the United Nations headquarters.
Students from the college visited Geneva for three days and had the opportunity to visit CERN, the
Rochdale Borough Youth Cabinet member Georgia Jones represented the United Kingdom at the Model European Parliament (MEP) conference in Malta.
Georgia, 17, a student at the college, has been a youth councillor at Rochdale Borough Council and a member of
Pupils from Caldershaw Primary School, Holy Family RC Primary School and St. Patrick’s RC Primary School recently took part in a mathematics outreach project ran by the college.
The prestigious Royal Institution (Ri) trained students from the college before
We recently hosted our eighth annual celebration evening. The evening was a great opportunity for students and staff to get together to celebrate their collective success over the past two years; former students were invited to an evening at Rochdale
Overwhelming amounts of food and essential items have been donated to Rochdale Foodbank and Rochdale Sanctuary Trust Soup Kitchen by our generous students and staff ahead of a difficult time of year for those in need.
Donations were collected