Hereford Sixth Form College

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Hereford Sixth Form College
Hereford Sixth Form College logo.png
Established 1973
Type Sixth form college
Principal Peter Cooper
Location Folly Lane
52°03′47″N 2°41′56″W / 52.063°N 2.699°W / 52.063; -2.699Coordinates: 52°03′47″N 2°41′56″W / 52.063°N 2.699°W / 52.063; -2.699
Local authority West Midlands LSC
DfE URN 130718 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 170 (approx.)
Students 1,700 (approx.)
Gender Co-educational
Ages 16–19

Hereford Sixth Form College is a co-educational state funded sixth form college in Hereford, England.

It offers over 40 subjects at A-Level and 10 at GCSE. It is on the A465 in Aylestone Hill, in the east of Hereford, opposite Wye Valley Nuffield Hospital and next to Hereford College of Arts and Herefordshire and Ludlow College. Aylestone Business and Enterprise College (formerly Aylestone School), the former boys' and girls' grammar schools, is adjacent to the east. The college was founded in 1973 as the main provider of sixth form education in Hereford and the surrounding area and also attracts students from Abergavenny to Worcester and Brecon. The college moved into new, purpose-built facilities in 1974 which have since been extended. The School won "Sixth Form College of the Year" in the 2016 TES FE Awards.[1]

Former principal Dr Jonathan Godfrey was appointed an OBE for services to education in the 2013 New Year's Honours list.


  • Drama - the college has its theatre group; Upstage Production Company (recent productions include 'Jesus Christ Superstar' in November 2007 and Upstage Theatre Week in April/May 2008)
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award group
  • SRC - Student Representative Council
  • Music - a full symphony orchestra, choir, concert band, big band and numerous small groups
  • Sports - Rugby Academy, Football Academy as well as competitive teams in netball and hockey, and programme of sports, including badminton, basketball, five-a-side football, table tennis, trampolining and volleyball which take place during lunch times
  • A purpose-built and fully staffed fitness centre (Sixth Sense Fitness)
  • The Student Voice - an online newspaper written by the students
  • The Rant - a political newsletter written and produced by students
  • Debate Society - regular debates held by the students on topical subjects
  • Earthquake Monitoring Service
  • Model United Nations
  • An annual mock election

Notable Alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "TES awards 2016". TES. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Emma pulls it off!". South Wales Argus. 24 April 2002. Retrieved 2008-04-02. [permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "Corrie's Ronnie on the run". Manchester Evening News. 31 March 2006. Retrieved 2008-04-02. 

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