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  • IS THE PERFORMING ARTS INDUSTRY A MERITOCRACY? CELEBS AND STUDENTS DEBATE
    (Debaters with Che, Julie and Chris Johnson)   Che Wigfield-Turner, first-year BTEC Performing Arts Acting student at Pendleton Sixth Form College, pulls off not one, but two outstanding debates including students and local celebrities, Julie Hesmondhalgh and Maxine Peak. Students from the performing arts department have been practising their live-action debating whilst exploring the important topic, is the […]
  • 10 REASONS TO STUDY AT PENDLETON SIXTH FORM COLLEGE
    Pendleton Sixth Form College has been placed within the top 10% of colleges nationally for achievement rates. If that’s not reason enough to study at the college, here are 10 more reasons to study at Pendleton: 1) Outstanding Results Pendleton prides itself on the outstanding results achieved year in and year out by their incredibly talented […]
  • A-LEVEL RESULTS DAY 2018: SALFORD STUDENTS ACHIEVE OUTSTANDING RESULTS
     Staff and students at Pendleton and Eccles Sixth Form Colleges are celebrating outstanding results on advanced level courses. More than 39 subjects boasted a 100% pass rate with exceptional numbers achieving high grades. Head of Pendleton Sixth Form College, Kimberley Cash said: “We are delighted with the excellent A-level results our students have achieved this […]
  • PENDLETON’S KIRA MCPHERSON IS AWARDED FIRST EVER MANCHESTER ARENA MEMORIAL AWARD FROM SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL MANCHESTER
    Kira McPherson, who has just completed her studies on the Performing Arts Extended Diploma in Dance Course at Pendleton Sixth Form College, has been chosen as the first recipient of the Manchester Arena Memorial Award and scholarship from the Soroptimist International of Manchester Organisation.   Soroptimist International Manchester is part of Soroptimist International of Great Britain […]
  • PENDLETON SIXTH FORM COLLEGE CELEBRATE 10-YEARS OF THE ECCLESTON THEATRE
    It’s been 10-years since Pendleton Sixth Form College’s largest theatre, The Eccleston, was officially opened. To celebrate they are taking things back to where they began, with a performance of the world-renowned, ‘Les Misérables’, the first show to be performed in the theatre a decade ago. Named after one of Salford’s greatest actors, Christopher Eccleston, the […]