About this open day
Cirencester College is a specialist sixth form college in a rural setting on the outskirts of Cirencester, Gloucestershire. One of only three designated specialist Sixth Form Colleges in the South West, Cirencester College is one of the top ranking Sixth Form Colleges in the country.
The College provides a bridge between school and university, apprenticeships or employment. Students experience the academic challenge, pastoral support and enrichment expected at the best sixth form but with a more adult ethos, based on mutual respect, to prepare you to be a successful, independent person.
The College offers an unrivalled choice of subjects from the Upgrade Programme to Level 3 A-levels, T-levels and Vocational courses.
The great choice of courses and professional apprenticeships is a major reason why so many students make us their first choice.
Cirencester College ensures that students achieve their full potential through individual student tutorials. Cirencester Sixth Form College’s reputation for excellent teaching, learning, innovation and student support produces consistently high value added scores and achievement rates.
We look forward to seeing you at our Open Day in March.
Open Day is all about gathering information about the subjects you are interested in after you have finished school. This is also the perfect time to meet the teachers, our students and get a better feel for the unique atmosphere that we have here at Cirencester College. So there will be lots of opportunities to listen to a subject talk or alternatively drop in and speak to a teacher to ask your own questions.
Besides finding out about the breadth of subjects that we have at the College, there is also an opportunity for you to understand ‘Why Choose Cirencester College’ by booking on to one of our talks in the Sundial Theatre. Or take a look at our High Achievers’ Academy and the new revolutionary qualification in education, the T-level.
For most subjects, our teachers will be running talks hourly (which you can book now) or you can just drop in and ask questions. However, for two of our most popular subjects, Criminology and Psychology, talks will be available to book every 30 minutes and you can ask questions at the end.
If you feel you need a little more guidance about which courses are right for you, book an appointment with one of our guidance tutors. Or if you would like some advice from our Academic and Learning Support teams, they are also available for appointments.
Please note to keep everyone safe, for the talks we can only allow one young person in with one accompanying adult, so we don’t overcrowd rooms. For the Drop In sessions we have more flexibility and will allow one young person with two accompanying adults in the room.
We look forward to seeing you on the 16th March.