As featured in the Reporter.
Society Health and Development students Laura Parker and Rachael Wellens recently set up a stall in the college main building to sell cakes and other chocolate covered items in order to raise funds for The Christie Chartitable Fund.
New York New York! So good they named it twice!
Last week, over 30 ASFC students gathered together in the Geoff Higgins building for a special celebratory lunch with college Principal Dr Janet Nevin.
Politicians have recently been flocking to Ashton Sixth Form College to speak to staff and students about the current political and social climate.
Thursday 3 March was World Book Day and to mark the occasion appropriately, the Learning Resources Centre held a book sale to raise money for the charity; ‘Book Aid International’ which provides books to the developing world.
Professor Fred Loebinger recently visited Ashton Sixth Form College. Head of particle physics at Manchester University, Professor Loebinger gave a presentation entitled “the sex lives of quarks and gluons” which concentrated on particle physics.
Vinci Naruka has dreamt of studying Medicine since the age of 12. To his parents it was clear that studying medicine was a distinct possibly for their talented son.
Students from a variety of local schools currently studying the Level 2 ICT Diploma at Ashton Sixth Form College have been working together to prepare for World Religion Day.
Safer Internet Day is organised by Insafe each year in February to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people across the world.
Three Gifted and Talented students from College have been successful in securing offers to study at Cambridge University.
On Wednesday 5th January 2011 Ashton Sixth Form College held its annual Prize Giving and Reunion Evening.