Reported by second year student Asha Mistry, Ashton Sixth Form College's remembrance service saw a hug turn out of all staff and students in the courtyard to remember those who gave their tomorrow for out today.
This week our Foundation Art Students have been learning about the arte povera and conceptualism. They have been working collaboratively on a group project. The outcome was this intriguing and multifaceted installation. It is based on Cornelia Parker's work recently exhibited at the Whitworth Art Gallery. Click Here for more images of the project.
You can apply for Primary and Secondary Teacher Training from Tuesday 6th October. For information on our upcoming Information Events call Lynette Grindley on 0161 6668215.
Book your place at one of our Course Information & Advice Surgeries if you missed one of our open events or if you need more information and guidance on your application to Ashton Sixth Form College.
Second year Drama & Theatre Studies students present the Theatre of Cruelty. Please be aware that there are strong adult themes and adult language in this performance and no audience member under the age of 15 will be allowed admittance. This show also contains flashing lighting effects. You can book tickets by calling the Box Office on 0161 330 2330. Tickets are also available from the main reception.
Get your application in to us by today! Late applications received after this date will be placed on a waiting list.
Come along to find out about the University and Adult course available at Ashton Sixth Form College.
Another chance to drop in and see our Admissions and Careers Team to help you finalise your choices. This will be particularly useful for those pupils making a 'late application'.