Welcome to Marple Sixth Form College’s Virtual Open Event!
Of course, we would much rather be meeting you in person for this event and we can’t truly replace and recreate this experience for you, but hope that the videos and presentations you can view will help you to find out more about the college.
Our intention is for you to get a feel for our passion and commitment to your student experience, where you develop the skills and knowledge to exceed your own expectations.
Navigating through the site should be straight forward and below you will be able to see a presentation from our Principal and view presentations from key members of the College community about teaching, learning and assessment, student support, learning support and Duke of Edinburgh.
In addition to this, you will see virtual tours by our student ambassadors and subject specific –
presentations, providing you with further information about what to expect and look forward to come September 2021.
Further down the page there are links to course profiles, subject transition work and to some frequently asked questions.
Should you have any other questions there is a live chat function where we will endeavour to answer any other questions you may have about the College, so please do get in touch.
We hope you find our Virtual Open Day useful and we hope to meet you in person very soon.
Course Profiles and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
When selecting courses, students are encouraged to review course profiles to understand the content, pre-requisites, estimated workload, credits and which requirements the course fulfills.
Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about college.
College Video and Academic Plus
Choosing a subject video could not be simpler by pressing the link below.
Get in Touch
If you have any feedback or comments about our Virtual Open Day, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: Due to current restrictions, all subject videos may be delivered by a teacher from one campus however, please be assured the content remains very similar over both campuses.