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Saturday Library Opening Times

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In preparation for exams, the College Library will be opening on the following Saturdays from 10am to 4pm as a quiet space for students to revise.

28th April
5th May
12th May
19th May
9th June
16th June

Students are welcome to use the facilities for the duration of the day or for a shorter period of time if preferred.

During the May Half Term, the library will not be open on a Saturday but will open on Tuesday 29th May, Wednesday 30th May and Thursday 31st May from 10am to 4pm.

Cup Final

Wyke Crowned ‘Sports Team of the Year’

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Wyke Sixth Form College’s Men’s Football Team have won another accolade, being crowned ‘Sports Team of the Year’ at the Hull Daily Mail Sporting Champions Awards. The men’s football team fought off stiff competition from two other fantastic teams in the region who have also had amazing success this past year. Staff and ex-students from Wyke’s National Championship winning football team attended the event at the KC Stadium, where they collected their award amongst the nights other sporting heroes.

Grease

Grease is the Word

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Get out your leather jackets and pull on your bobby socks with Rydell High’s senior class of 1959.

Wyke Sixth Form College invites you to the cross-college production of Grease, the musical. Grease follows love-struck bad-boy Danny (Max Joy) and girl-next-door Sandy (Laura Banks) in a thrilling injection of pure fun with astounding dancing and amazing songs. It’s the beloved rock n’ roll celebration of teen angst, fast cars, and first loves all set in the fabulous fifties.

Grease was originally staged by Wyke in 1988, the year the college opened. To celebrate this 30th anniversary, several members of the eighties cast will be making guest appearances on the final date. This production runs from 22nd to 24th February and features the irresistible songs from the Tony Award nominated Broadway show and hit movie, including:
•“You’re The One That I Want”
•“Grease Is The Word”
•“Summer Nights”
•“Hopelessly Devoted To You”
•“Greased Lightnin’”
•and many more!

Tickets are now on sale from the Oak reception desk or over the phone on 01482 346347. Prices range from £5 for students and concessions, to £8 non-concession. Due to the scale of this year’s production the raking has been taken back to leave only 120 seats per performance. Early sales indicate this this show will sell out, so book early to avoid disappointment.

College in Action

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Our second College in Action Day of the year will be taking place on Friday 8th December, 10.00am.

This event is open to parents of prospective students of the College who are welcome to visit the campus, meet the senior team and gain an insight into a working day at Wyke.

The day begins at 10am prompt with a welcome from our College Principal Jay Trivedy. Following this, parents will be guided around the campus to see our fantastic facilities and hard working students.

To confirm your place or if you require anymore information about the event, please contact Annabel Robinson, Marketing Officer, by email annabel.robinson@wyke.ac.uk or telephone 01482 346347

Royal Society of Medicine

Medical Careers Day

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So you want to be a doctor?

For the first time, the Royal Society of Medicine’s popular Medical Careers Day will be taking place in Hull at Wyke Sixth Form College on Thursday 12 October 2017.

Applying to medical school can be somewhat confusing. So the RSM has put together a service for school students, which aims to provide information needed to navigate your way through the application process and getting into medical school.

This day offer’s school students guidance from experts on the application process for applying to study medicine and gives an insight into life in the medical field.

The event is aimed at year 11/12 students, but younger students are also encouraged to attend if schools believe they would benefit from hearing more information on choosing a career in medicine.

The day will inform students interested in a medical career on how to choose the right medical school, provide tips on their interview technique and discuss the importance of the right work experience. Students will also gain an insight into life as a medical student.

Wyke Deputy Principal Mark Rothery said, “We are delighted that the Royal Society of Medicine have chosen this year to offer one of their hugely popular Medical Careers Day courses in Hull. It’s great to see another facet of the National recognition we are enjoying as City of Culture – we are certainly more on the map!

I’m doubly delighted that they have chosen Wyke Sixth Form College as the venue for the event. This one day conference is open to all Year 11 and 12 students that are considering becoming doctors.”

Booking and further details are available at https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2017-2018/groups/schools-programme/smk01-2017-rsm-medical-careers-day-so-you-want-to-be-a-doctor-(hull)

You can also find out more and sign up to the RMS careers newsletter at www.rsm.ac.uk/careers-in-medicine

Results 2017

Outstanding Results at Wyke

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Yet again, students at Wyke Sixth Form College have shown a combination of talent and hard work to achieve outstanding success.  This, combined with superb teaching and the best possible facilities, has meant that 99.6% of students have achieved a pass grade at A-level with 29 subjects achieving 100% pass rate.

At A-level, we have had an increase in the proportion of students achieving the much coveted A* grade (97 students), and the proportion achieving A*- B grades has increased to 47%.

No less than 50 students achieved at least 3 grades at A* or A and particular congratulations go to:

Natasha FRANKLIN A* A* A*
Harry DAVIS A A* A*
Will DE VRIES A* A  A* B
Thomas FORD A* A* A
Chloe HUSSEY A* A A*
Henry WEIGHILL A A* A*
Luke CLAYTON A* A* A A*
Ellie HOUSTON A A* A*
Charles LEESON A* A* A
Robert WHITTLE A* A* A A
Alexander O’MALLEY A* A* A   Subsidiary Diploma DS*
Matthew TAYLOR A A* A* A
Chloe ROBINSON A A* A* B
Alice BAILEY A* A* B B
Tatyana BROADHEAD A* A A
Megan BROWN A* A A
Isobel CAMMIES A A* A
Josh CLARK A A A*
Bethany HIGGINS A A* A
Katie HUGHES A* A A
Peter MEARS A A* A
Kelly-Rose O’REILLY A* A A B

 

Once again our BTEC results were outstanding with 62 students achieving 3 triple Distinctions in comparison to 31 students in 2016.
Principal, Jay Trivedy, said:
“In a year in which there has been so much curriculum change, these are another set of excellent results for our College.  They reflect the tremendous work of all of our staff and it is a pleasure to be able to work with such wonderful students.  The care, support and guidance offered at Wyke continues to be outstanding.  I would also like to thank parents for their unstinting dedication.
The staff at Wyke consistently show their expertise in bringing the best out of each and every student.  Sixth Form students are our sole focus and the students at Wyke show what can be achieved when the right teaching, support and facilities are there for them.

As one of the largest A-level providers in the region, I am absolutely delighted with the large number of students achieving the top grades and I know that our College will continue to provide the best possible education for the widest range of young people.  We have consistently shown what can be done in the city.  It is an engine of confidence and achievement for the future.
I am especially pleased that our Oxbridge applicants and our medical applicants have been so successful.  However, I am delighted for all the students and their achievements.  I would like to thank the families and all staff who have been so supportive of our students.”

Mr John Wilson, Chair of the Wyke Sixth Form College Corporation, added:
“Once again our students have achieved a fantastic set of results.  I congratulate them for their hard work and wish them well for the future.  Thanks must go to all the teaching and support staff for their hard work and dedication.”

 

International Student Programme

International Student Programme

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Wyke Sixth Form College, based in Kingston upon Hull on the East Coast of the UK, known and respected for its outstanding success with 16-19 year old students, welcomes appropriately qualified students from all over the world. The majority of students would join to study a two-year programme of A Levels at sixteen years old and would combine a busy academic programme with some exciting and extremely interesting enrichment activities.

Although the programme is open to all students from across the world, Wyke Sixth Form College have particular opportunities for China, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Taiwan students through our partnership with Mission Links.

If you were to study at Wyke Sixth Form College, not only would you be taught by specialist A Level teachers pushing you to achieve your potential, you would also have the opportunity to take part in a number of activities that will not only broaden your knowledge but also let you have a sense of fun whilst learning.

For further information, please visit our International Student page.

Visit the College in Action

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Thursday 11th May is a date for your diary if you would like to visit Wyke and see the college in action.

Parents of prospective students are welcome to visit the college campus. The day begins at 10.00am prompt with an address from the College Principal in the Oak theatre. To confirm your place please email Annabel Robinson, Marketing Officer, at annabel.robinson@wyke.ac.uk

After this introduction small groups of visitors will be guided round the College to gain an insight into a working day at Wyke.

If you need any further information please contact Annabel Robinson, Marketing Officer, by email annabel.robinson@wyke.ac.uk

TED Talks Tuesday

TED Talk Tuesday

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TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — three broad subject areas that are collectively shaping our world. Each Tuesday lunch, leading up to Easter, Wyke will be showing a different TED talk on the big screen at 1pm.

A TED conference explores a range of themes and examines how they interconnect. As they take in the program, attendees and speakers from vastly different fields can cross-fertilize and draw inspiration from unlikely places. This is the magic of TED.

The first talk in the series is “Do schools kill creativity?”, scheduled for Tuesday 28th February. Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures creativity.

Visit the College in Action

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Friday 10th February is a date for your diary if you would like to visit Wyke and see the college in action.

Parents of prospective students are welcome to visit the college campus. The day begins at 10.00am prompt with an address from the College Principal in the Oak theatre. To confirm your place please email Annabel Robinson, Marketing Officer, at annabel.robinson@wyke.ac.uk

After this introduction small groups of visitors will be guided round the College to gain an insight into a working day at Wyke.

If you need any further information please contact Annabel Robinson, Marketing Officer, by email annabel.robinson@wyke.ac.uk