I would like to briefly introduce myself to you as the new principal of Rochdale Sixth Form College (RSFC).
Firstly, I would like to say how thrilled I am to have started. RSFC is an exceptional college with an exceptional
Congratulations to our Chemistry A-Level students who have been awarded with silver and bronze awards at this year’s National Chemistry Olympiad.
The Chemistry Olympiad is entered by thousands of students across the UK which makes it even more impressive when
Year 10 students from four schools from across the borough put their Maths skills to the test for our annual Maths Challenge.
Hollingworth Academy were crowned champions at this year’s event and awarded the coveted Rochdale Sixth Form College Maths
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, we’ve teamed up with our running team who have been training hard for this year’s Great Manchester Run (10K) which takes place this Sunday to raise money for our chosen charity Rochdale & District
Congratulations to the 18 Duke of Edinburgh students who put their compass and orienteering skills to the test on their first expedition of the year.
The students spent the weekend walking and navigating over the Yorkshire Dales for over 8
Rochdale Sixth Form College 4 – 3 Winstanley College
· Venue: Vestacare Stadium
· Kick-off: 1pm on 09/05/2018
Conditions were dry underfoot at the Vestacare Stadium as RSFC went
We recently held some sessions with Year 10 students as part of our Progression Plus Programme, we were thrilled to welcome gifted and talented students from Falinge Park High School, Hollingworth Academy, Holy Family RC High School, Kingsway Park High
Cyber security experts Simon Mcnamee and Conor Kelly, Security Researchers at the SANS Institute took time out of their busy schedule to talk to Rochdale Sixth Form College’s Computer Science students about the fantastic roles that will be open to them when they
Leading Senior Methodologist, from the Office for National Statistics, Dr Jeff Ralph was at Cardinal Newman College this week, delivering an inspirational lecture about the importance of statistics in our daily lives to students from Rochdale Sixth Form College.
Rochdale Sixth Form College’s Biology students were awestruck this month after meeting Dr David Matthews, who played a significant role in a new multi-national Ebola study and was born in Rochdale.
Dr Matthews, a former pupil of Oulder Hill Community