Interest High For College Intake In September 2019

Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College Open Evening. James Dring and Alice Goodwin (Year 13 Head Boy and Head Girl) are pictured with Richard Foster (Deputy Head of Sixth Form) and Christina Hook. (Head of Sixth Form).


Students across the region took a look at the outstanding facilities on offer at Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College Open Evening.

Applications for the September 2019 intake remain high following another summer of A Level success at the college in 2018. Student applications have come from all of the Tollbar MAT secondary Academies, plus local secondary and grammar schools, such as Caistor Grammar, King Edward V1 Grammar, Humberston Academy, and Healing Academy.

The college focuses on Academic A Levels and applicants must meet entry requirements. New facilities at the college this year include a large Art Studio dedicated to Year 13 students.

Richard Foster, Deputy Head of Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College, said: "It's always great to welcome guests into our college. It's particularly nice to see students and their families from across our region. We know that whilst many students have already applied for further education courses, a minority remain uncertain about their choices. As ever, this Spring event provides a further opportunity for Year 11s to explore A Level options with our specialist staff, helping them to make better informed decisions about their future".

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Tollbar MAT Sixth Form College Principal

Caroline L Yates BA (Hons).

Tollbar MAT Chief Executive

David J Hampson
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