Nathan Phipp-Macintyre

Achieved an A* in Business, Politics and Sociology and progressed to the University of Manchester to study Politics and International Relations.

 

James said: “I chose to study at Barnsley Sixth Form College because of the variety of subjects and opportunities on offer. I would recommend it to others as the tutors are very passionate about their subjects.”

 

Former Penistone Grammar School pupil

Richard Keys
Technical Director

After A Levels in Classical Civilisation, Psychology and Law, Richard went on to the University of Leeds to study Computing. He then worked at a digital marketing agency for three years before moving back to Barnsley to start his own design agency business, Genius Division, with two of his friends.

 

Richard said: “I’d definitely recommend studying at Barnsley Sixth Form College. The facilites available are second to none and the college has a lot to offer students, no matter what kind of course or subject they’re interested in pursuing.”

 

Richard is a former Priory School pupil

 

 

Rachael Rabson

Achieved an As in Psychology and Sociology, a C in Biology and progressed to Sheffield Hallam University to study Midwifery.

 

Rachael said: “I liked the fact that every day was different. I always felt encouraged and the tutors made me excited about learning. I chose to study at Barnsley Sixth Form College as it had good reviews and a welcoming atmosphere.”

 

Former Holy Trinity School pupil

Oliver Dyson
News Reporter

After A Levels in Drama and Theatre Studies, English Language and English Literature, Oliver studied English and Journalism at the University of Lincoln. He is now a news reporter.

 

Oliver said: “I think the increased independence of Sixth Form helped prepare me for the step up to university, where independent living joined the study element. The tutors deserve a big shout out for motivating us.”

 

Former Royston High School pupil (now Carlton Community College)