Rochdale Sixth Form College took 15 keen Chemistry A Level students to the University of Manchester to put all of their classroom theory into practice at the Institute of Biotechnology.
The budding scientists took part in a range of practical
Approximately 80 students from Rochdale Sixth Form College were lucky enough to meet with The President of the Law Society, Joe Egan, as he hosted the Law Society Question Time at the College.
The students asked a number of insightful
Throughout the month of November, students and staff members at Rochdale Sixth Form College have been putting their shaving kits away and growing a moustache to support and raise funds for The Movember Foundation.
According to The Movember Foundation, men
Law and Order was the challenge of the day for eleven law students from Rochdale Sixth Form College. They were tasked to put their best case forward in front of a real High Court Judge presiding at Manchester Law Court.
Rochdale Sixth Form College students put their strength and endurance skills to the test over the half term as they took part in an intensive climbing course at Manchester Climbing Centre.
There were over fifty students who took part in
Rochdale Sixth Form College is celebrating another fantastic 99% A-Level pass rate and a 2% increase in A* and A grades; above the national average for the 6th year running.
The College has also received its best ever Oxbridge success with
The Department for Education has revealed that Rochdale Sixth Form College is ranked the best performing college in the country.
The table, released by the government’s Education Funding and Skills Funding Agency, measures achievement rates in 2015/16.
RSFC Principal, Julian
In line with the UK General Election that took place on 8th June, RSFC students had the opportunity to cast their votes and have their say in their very own College Mock Election.
Students of all ages were encouraged to
On Sunday 28th May, 27 students and 13 members of staff from RSFC took to the streets of Manchester to run 10km in support of Rochdale and District Mind. The fundraising total has slowly been creeping up online and when
Rochdale Sixth Form students and staff pulled out all the stops for this years Red Nose Day and raised a staggering £1210 which will go towards some incredible projects both in the UK and Africa to tackle poverty and injustice.