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“But, back at the college where she did her sixth-form studies – which also happens to be just across the road from where she lives with her parents – does she feel she is missing out on the social side of things?”
“At Hartlepool sixth-form college, a grant that provides funds for pupils to be involved in debating clubs, go on theatre trips and receive help with their university and college choices has been cut by 73%.”
“City have purchased most of the 80-acre site but negotiations remain ongoing over the relocation of several businesses, while the club have allocated 5.5 acres for community facilities, including a sixth-form college, and will help fund a new swimming pool.”
“The colleges polled were a mixture of sixth-form colleges, further education colleges and specialist colleges.”
“They need to move so their autistic son, Joseph, can get to sixth-form college from next September by public transport, which is lacking in their village.”
“One creationist organisation, Truth in Science, which encourages teachers to incorporate intelligent design into their science teaching, has sent free resources to all secondary schools and sixth-form colleges.”
“Scottish voters long ago wearied of the politics of the sixth-form common room.”
“We had got to the point where we would have had to extend our server room," says David Jenkinson, deputy principal at St Vincent College, a sixth-form college in Gosport, Hampshire.”
“The Inbetweeners 1-3Just in case you haven't had enough teenage romance, bodily fluids and sixth-form insults.”
“EMAs are only available to 16 - to 19-year-olds from families with less than £30,000 income per year, most of whom attend FE colleges rather than sixth-form schools.”
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