Samuel Emery-Shawcross has been selected to compete for Greater Manchester Schools' at the English Schools Track and Field Championships.
In its 15th year, The Georges returns to celebrate the incredible standard of work produced by Creative Digital Arts students at Ashton Sixth Form College. The Awards highlight those students who have worked exceptionally throughout the year, honouring a range of styles from short films to animation to games design to magazine covers to advertising campaigns to screenplays
Art and Design students from all courses visited the Manchester Metropolitan University degree show yesterday. By attending the Degree Show, students were able to explore some of the creations on offer at degree level standard, taking inspiration to progress in their own work as they leave to excel in creative careers.
Higher and Adult Education students from Ashton Sixth Form College have had their hard work recognised at our Annual Evening of Celebration.
On Monday, Ashton Sixth Form College came together for the national minute of silence in honour of those who lose their lives or have been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in London.
Guide Dogs visited Ashton Sixth Form College this week for our annual puppy room. During the exam season, the puppy room provides a moment of relief in a stress-free environment where college student can enjoy themselves and have fun in between revision, deadlines and exams.
Ashton Sixth Form College invited Fairfield High School students to experience Science and Mathematics subjects at A-Level from an alternative perspective.
Ashton Sixth Form College stood together as a college community to pay their respects and remember those who have been affected by recent events in London on Saturday.
Congratulations to Laura Bunn who is now a Corporal in the Royal Air Force after completing her passing out parade. Laura studied Law, Psychology and Sociology at Ashton Sixth Form in 2015.
Nicola (centre) started at Ashton Sixth Form College in September 2016 on the School Direct Teacher Training programme to become a maths teacher.
Ashton Sixth Form College students and staff came together in the heart of the campus to remember those affected by the events at Manchester Arena on Monday evening. Jean Hurlston spoke of Manchester's strength and community that has shone throughout, before a moment of nationally recognised silence and reflection.