A2 Drama students recently visited the Globe Theatre in London to see a stripped down production of the Bard’s Classic - Hamlet, starring Joshua McGuire.
Two Ashton Sixth Form College students have been rewarded for their work in the community at a recent Rotary Club presentation evening.
Ashton Sixth Form College recently welcomed Mark Davies, Anglican Bishop of Middleton as part of his visit to the Ashton Deanery.
A2 Students at Ashton Sixth Form College won’t be around for much longer, their last day of lessons will be Friday 27 May.
Congratulations to Ashton Sixth Form Art student Samuel Smith, whose photograph entitled “Underground” was Highly Commended in the Ashton Art Gallery Image 11 competition.
Once described as the ‘pearl of Africa’, Uganda is a place of great beauty. Its landscape is lush and varied, home to an astounding diversity of species of creatures, and the River Nile has its source there.
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.