Greenhead College has been announced as a finalist for the Times Education Supplement’s Sixth Form College of the Year Award 2018.
In the final, we will be competing against 7 other sixth form colleges from around the country for this prestigious title. The winner is to be announced during a dinner and awards ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 23rd February 2018.
Once again, achieving outstanding A-Level results in 2017 confirms Greenhead’s status as the number one A-Level College in Yorkshire. With an award winning enrichment scheme (Queen’s Anniversary Prize) and careers department (National Quality Standard Awards 2016), the students are offered exceptional support and development opportunities to prepare them for their future.
Principal of the college Simon Lett has commented on the news
“I am thrilled that Greenhead College has been shortlisted for this important and prestigious award by the Times Education Supplement. Our staff go the extra mile to ensure all our students are well-supported in their studies, which means they leave with outstanding results and progress to a wide range of destinations. The students are superb ambassadors for the College, are well-motivated and have high aspirations for the future.”