Study at Pendleton Sixth Form College
2024 Applications are now open
Why Pendleton College?
We have an outstanding record of achievement and the successes of our students over the last half century have led to the College being recognised, both locally and nationally as a centre of educational excellence for A-Levels, Science, Performing and Creative Arts.
Pendleton Sixth Form College is a centre of academic excellence, offering a range of A-levels and vocational courses, specialising in Science, Creative and Performing Arts.
Pendleton Sixth Form College offers a range of adult qualifications for those interested in a career in science or healthcare professions.
Pendleton Sixth Form College offers unique training in preparation for a career in the performing arts industry, at the Pendleton School of Theatre a nationally acclaimed centre of excellence.
How to apply
Navigate to one of the course areas under 16-23, Adult or Higher Education and select the area you would like to study.
Find the course you are interested in and click the “Apply” button at the bottom of the page.
Repeat steps 1 & 2 for each course you want to apply for all applications can be found in “My Applications”.
Where are they now?
Studied: Advanced Level Financial Studies
Megan went on to accept a place on the RSM Accounting School Leavers Apprenticeship Programme, which aims to fast-track careers in business and accounting. Her success was owed to both her exceptional grades and the opportunities she was offered whilst studying at Pendleton, including a six-week paid internship at BDO Accounting and a placement at Grant Thornton. The college was able to facilitate such prestigious work experience due to its extensive links with industry.
Where are they now?
Studied: Technical Theatre
“Studying at The Pendleton School of Theatre, I have had the opportunity to pursue a number of enrichment programmes, which have really engaged my interest in Technical Theatre. This is why I will be continuing my studies at university, in Set Design or Scene Construction.
Being nominated and winning the BTEC Bronze Award for Performing Arts Student of the Year, is an amazing accomplishment. It feels great to be recognised for the effort and hard work I have put in this year, but also reflects on the unyielding support of my tutors.”
Salford City College Apprentice, Christopher Ademola, Awarded the AoC Apprentice of the Year Award
Salford City College Group Commended by the AoC Beacon Awards
Salford City College Group – Celebrating Student Success