On Thursday 10 October, the Recruitment Manager, a Senior Teaching Associate in German Studies and a Student Ambassador from Lancaster University visited OSFC to talk to our AS French and Spanish students about studying Languages at university and careers with
OSFC is celebrating its best ever A Level pass rate, at 99%, well above the national average. In addition, a higher number of subjects have a perfect 100% pass rate. We continue to build on our superb record for A
Two Spanish students have been awarded prizes for their Spanish language efforts. Earlier this year, A-Level Spanish student Grace Lear was awarded the runner up prize for the 2019 Lancaster University Modern Languages Schools Essay Prize. The topic of the
A Level Dance student Katie Agarwal, has recently performed in world famous choreographer, Sir Matthew Bourne’s new production of Romeo and Juliet at The Lowry, Salford Quays. Katie auditioned with over a thousand other hopefuls and was chosen following three
On Tuesday 25th June ten Year 12 students from OSFC’s Language Department attended the LEAF event at the Samuel Alexander Building at Manchester University. This has become a regular and popular fixture on our calendar of events within the department.
On Tuesday 11 June, Edwina Currie returned to OSFC for a third time to talk to students about the current state of British Politics. Edwina has been a member of the Conservative Party since the age of 16 and served
Seven Oldham Sixth Form A-Level Spanish students completed a six week placement at St Thomas CofE Primary School in Werneth. The students spent their free periods, delivering a number of presentations in Spanish. These presentations covered a range of topics
Once again, staff from The Pinnacle Learning Trust have completed the Great Manchester Run. On Sunday 19 May, staff from Oldham Sixth Form College, The Hathershaw College and Werneth Primary School joined forces to walk or run the 10k course.
On Wednesday 8 May, the Rotary Club of Oldham held their annual Student of the Year Awards, and it was fantastic news, as both the winner and the runner-up in the Post-16 category are OSFC students! The runner-up prize went
Award winning Author, Lisa Williamson, visited college on Tuesday 2 April. Lisa who is best known for her young adult novels The Art of Being Normal, All About Mia and her newest release Paper Avalanche, came to talk to OSFC