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Adam and Hannah chat to students

Theatre company virtual workshop is just the trick

Performing arts students at Clarendon Sixth Form College get a taste of the industry with theatre Q&A session.

Adam Quayle and Hannah Tyrell-Pinder, artistic directors and co-founders of Box of Tricks Theatre, met with students via Microsoft Teams to discuss a variety of topics.


Students rehearse the show

Students hope digital performance is ‘roaring’ success

Performing arts students at Clarendon Sixth Form College are preparing to put on their first totally digital production.

Due to restrictions imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic, it was decided that students would create a show which could be broadcast online.


The laptops will be now be distributed to students

Digitally excluded students given a boost

Clarendon Sixth Form College distributes nearly 300 laptops to students without access to technology for learning at home.


The laptops donated by Boohoo

Fashion brand’s tech donation welcomed by students

Fashion retailer Boohoo donates laptops for digitally excluded students at Tameside College and Clarendon Sixth Form College during lockdown.

The company, which is based in Manchester, has donated 25 laptops through the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) tech fund.


Politics students participate in budget consultation

Politics students discuss budget with Council

Politics students at Clarendon Sixth Form College, take part in Tameside and Glossop’s Strategic commissioning budget session online.


Performing arts students collaborate with Tameside Culture

Performing arts students share Christmas spirit

Performing arts students from Clarendon Sixth Form College are collaborating with local community group, Tameside Culture on this year’s Christmas project.


Principal, Jackie Moores addresses potential students

Virtual open event is huge success

From website visits, to Facebook Live attendances and applications, Clarendon Sixth Form College's first ever virtual open event was a success.


Joshua has been busy editing footage

Joshua collaborates with award winning screenwriter

Joshua Whitbread, a media production student at Clarendon Sixth Form College, has been working with multi award winning screenwriter and director, Jim Cartwright.


Students and staff are pleased with donations made

College partners charity in Christmas appeal

Clarendon Sixth Form College has launched its annual toy appeal with the help of local charity, Action Together.

The aim of the toy appeal is to give the children and teenagers of Tameside, who live in poverty, a present this Christmas.


food and gift donations ready to be collected

Clarendon Sixth Form help community with food bank appeal

Clarendon Sixth Form College has launched a food appeal, with donations presented to local charity, Action Together.