Year 8 and 9 students from local secondary schools recently visited the college to find out more about sixth form college and how their GCSE options can affect their post-16 choices.
During their visit, students were matched with an ‘RSFC
Mayor Mohammed Zaman, in collaboration with Near Neighbours, hosted an interfaith event on Thursday 15 November at Rochdale Town Hall in celebration of Interfaith Week, which is acknowledged nationally.
This event was held with the aim of bringing people together
Thousands gathered across the borough on Sunday, 11 November 2018 for Remembrance Day Services to honour the nation’s war heroes, commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Representatives from the Navy, Army and Royal Air Force joined
Radhiya Jabed, 17 from Rochdale Sixth Form College wowed judges of Rochdale’s Literature and Ideas Festival after writing a 10 page script entitled “A Different Story of Rochdale.”
Radhiya’s play was awarded 2nd place in the playwriting competition at the
We are celebrating another fantastic 99% A-Level pass rate with an amazing 55% high grades (A*-B); above the national average for the 7th year running.
Over 80% of students are progressing to Higher Education institutions, including some of the most prestigious
With A-Level results due on Thursday 16th August, we are hoping that you have all achieved your potential. Please note the following arrangements for the collection of examination results and the start of term.
A LEVEL RESULTS DAY: THURSDAY 16th
Enrolment day at RSFC is on Friday 24th August 2018. You will or already have received a letter over summer with details of your appointment time. Enrolment day is the final stage of your application to RSFC. Following the completion
More than 45 students from Rochdale Sixth Form College recently completed a career placement with leading employers from across the region.
The organisations involved this year included the Pennine Accute Hospitals NHS Trust, The Casey Group, Drugmart Pharmacy, Ernst &
A huge well done to our student Radhiya who took second place in a local playwright competition as part of the Rochdale Literature & Ideas Festival . Competitors were tasked with creating ‘A Different story of Rochdale’ and Radhiya really impressed
Ryan who is currently studying for his GCSEs at Bacup & Rawtenstall Grammar School spent a week at Rochdale Sixth Form College to work in the college’s busy IT Department.
Ryan has shown a keen interest in computers since an