• Itchen Sixth Form College
    Middle Road
    Bitterne
    Southampton
    SO19 7TB

    Tel: 023 8043 5636
    Fax: 023 8042 1911
    Email: info@itchen.ac.uk

     

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To access your Flying Start topics on Moodle, please follow the link below:

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If you have any issues accessing your Flying Start work on Moodle, please contact the college.

We look forward to seeing you all for enrolment!

 
Results Day 2015 PDF Print Email

 

On Thursday 13th August, many excited and nervous students came back to Itchen to collect their final A Level results. Many were thrilled as they opened their envelopes, getting the grades they wanted, and being rewarded for all their hard work during their time at the College.

 Many students needed the grades to go on to Higher Education, whilst some were keen to begin their careers and go into apprenticeships and employment.  Deputy Principal Vanessa Cass said that the results were “one of the best on record” for the college, and credited the hard work of the students and their teachers who go “well beyond what is expected of them”.

 

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Student Success!

 

Student Success

The Uniformed Public Services students have had an incredibly successful year, and the work of one student has been nationally recognised. Beth Traves has been Commended by the National BTEC Awards for all her hard work in the local community and at College. The award is a big honour and the Uniformed Public Services staff are very proud of her achievements.

 

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Celebration Event 2015 PDF Print Email

 

Celebration Event 2015 

On the last day of term, 1st July, and also the hottest day of the year so far, students and staff gathered in the main hall to celebrate the achievements of the year, and acknowledge students who had been recognised by staff as being outstanding.

Principal Barry Hicks began the event by crediting the hard work of the teaching staff, as well as the achievements of the Academy of Sport and Uniformed Public Services. Looking to the future, he remains confident that the Creative Arts Academy, launching in October, will be just as successful.

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