Cadbury Sixth Form College invites you to attend the End of Year Creative Arts Show on Wednesday 19th June from 4pm - 7.30pm
The Creative Arts Show is an annual celebration of the fantastic working being produced across our wide-range of creative subjects here at Cadbury Sixth Form College. During the evening guests are invited to view some outstanding exhibitions and installations from current students across our wide-range of Creative A-Levels including 3D Design, Art, Film, Graphics, Media, Photography and Textiles. In addition to this there will also be live performances on the evening from current Music and Performing Arts students.
Developed in conjunction with Russell Group Universities our Honours Programme equips aspirational students with the opportunities and support necessary to apply for entry to the country’s most competitive universities. This term students on the programme have been inspired by visits to both the University of Oxford and Cambridge, as well as taking part in specialist lectures at Cadbury from visiting academics from Durham and Bristol.
Hundreds of our current Upper Sixth students have successfully secured offers to study at over 40 different Universities across the UK, with an amazing 15% of them holding unconditional offers for September.
Cadbury students have been digging deep and giving up time all in aid of charity and local community causes this term—raising over £1,200.
From soup runs to feed the homeless, to bake sales and charity football tournaments to workshops in local primary schools. Whether it be through the Envision and Virgin WE Charity groups, part of the Duke of Edinburgh programme or the cross-college faith groups, our students are always pro-active in giving back to their local community.
Massive congratulations go to first year Sport & Exercise Science student Hannah
who has recently been selected for Worcestershire’s Senior Women’s Cricket squad.
The former Bournville School student’s next aim is the full England squad!
We’re really proud of our LGBT society students who will be heading to London to pick up
their PYN Award at The Pride Youth Network Conference in July. The students involved
have been working hard throughout the year to raise awareness and educate staff &
students about creating a more inclusive college environment.
New Cadbury Sixth Form College Campus Principal Julia Stevens (centre) pictured with SWB Education Chief Executive Graham Pennington (right), and governors Anne Ainsworth and Parminder Garcha, who were meeting Julia for the first time to discuss ways Cadbury can support the city's ambitious educational plans.
Cadbury Sixth Form College is delighted to welcome its new principal Julia Stevens.
Julia joins Cadbury having worked at a number of local colleges, and brings with her a wealth of experience of working with students pursuing sixth form studies.
Cadbury College welcomed former student, Alex Aitken, now the local councillor for Kings Norton, to switch on the Cadbury Christmas Tree lights. The event was attended by Graham Pennington the Principal and Julia Stevens the Executive Quality Director. Also attending where Cadbury's Earth Angel students and Mariyah Husayn the Director of Student Support. The Cadbury Earth Angels Project is now in its second year. The students are nominated by tutors towards the end of their first year for their exceptional relational skills. They work with Mariyah to help cultivate inclusiveness and a community welcome feel around the college. The students meet weekly to discuss how best to integrate mental wellbeing and positive psychology at the College. They search for ways to promote acts of kindness on a regular towards every member of Cadbury College and the local community.
On Wednesday 5th December 2018 Cadbury students along with 4 members of staff and Chris Milton our college chaplain went out to Birmingham City Centre to support Lets Feed Brum soup kitchen. It was an amazing event, our students got so much out of the experience. Claire will be arranging another soup kitchen event in January if you would like to get involved and the boxes will stay in reception for collecting donations.
Come and join us at our upcoming College Open Day on Saturday 19th January from 10.00 till 14.00, at our Kings Norton campus in Birmingham. Attending our Open Day gives you the perfect opportunity to find out what it means to study at a Specialist Sixth Form College and just what makes Cadbury so special.
As well as exploring over 40 different A-Level & BTEC courses we have loads planned to ensure you find out everything you need to know about your next steps after school.
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