Jasmine Kajal


Studies A Levels in Law, Politics and Religious Studies at Barnsley Sixth Form College.


“I enjoy the wide and diverse range of people who are on the courses from a variety of backgrounds. I have made good friends who also enjoy these courses and have the same interests as me! There is so much to get involved in and I’ve found myself involved in societies and campaigns that I never thought I’d have the confidence to join.”


Former Rawmarsh Community 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 facilities 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.


Ramiz Khalil


Studies A Levels in Chemistry, Biology and Economics at Barnsley Sixth Form College.


“I chose Barnsley Sixth Form College as they have the right attitude towards learning and is a place that has the right learning path to progress you to your desired future careers. Not only that, but the facilities are high standard and fitting for students. The thing that I enjoy the most is the freedom that I get, which gives me a sense maturity and prepares me for what’s to come later in life whilst furthering my education.”


 Former Trinity Cathedral Academy 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 Senior Social Account Executive.


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).