Pendleton Sixth Form College

Established for over 45 years, Pendleton Sixth Form College has a long-standing reputation for excellence. We pride ourselves on exceeding expectations in everything we do from teaching and learning to enrichment and the high aspirations we instil in our students. Our traditions have been maintained in the vibrant Sixth Form College you see today.
Our impressive curriculum includes the nationally acclaimed Pendleton School of Theatre, which boasts an exceptional track-record for progression. The Majority of our students go on to study at the country’s leading dance and drama schools and many have gone on to star in West End productions, Hollywood films and award-winning television dramas.
Further to this, we have a unique partnership with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) which secures extraordinary opportunities for students studying within our Centre of Excellence for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The College already has a unique partnership with the UK Space Agency and currently offers the only space engineering course in the North of England.
We also take pride in our School of Creative Arts and Design. The department is renowned for the high standard of work produced by students, which is regularly exhibited in art galleries across the region. Recent substantial investment has seen the creation of a modern design studio, 3D workshops and a state-of-the-art photography laboratory.
We pride ourselves on our success in ensuring students have the opportunities and resources they need to excel academically across all of our A-level subjects and vocational courses.

Victoria Kielty

Head of Centre

Victoria joined Pendleton Sixth Form College in 2005 as Curriculum Leader for Psychology. She has over 20 years of teaching experience and is now Head of Academic Studies. Victoria is passionate about supporting students to achieve their aspirations, during their valuable time at the College

Amy Vaughan

Deputy Head of Centre

After completing a BSc (Hons) in Psychology at the University of Leeds, Amy worked in the financial sector for a number of years before becoming a teacher. Amy has a particular interest in raising the aspirations of our students, creating awareness of both university and career opportunities.

Mark Wilkinson

Head of Pastoral Support

After completing a BA (Hons) in English Literature, Mark trained as a teacher, qualifying in 1998. His first teaching role was as an English Teacher at Preston College, before moving to Eccles College in 2001.  Mark joined us as Head of Studies at Pendleton Sixth Form College in 2016.


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Pendleton Sixth Form College

Pendleton Sixth Form College Dronfield Road Salford M6 7FR

0161 631 5050

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