Longley Park Sixth Form College
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|Longley Park Sixth Form College|
|Motto||Stretch Your Potential|
|Local authority||City of Sheffield|
|Trust||Brigantia Learning Trust|
Longley Park Sixth Form College (LPSFC) is a 16-18 academy and was previously a further education college in the Longley area of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. It is not to be confused with the multi-campus Sheffield College. LPSFC was established in 2004 with circa 1,200 students enrolled. It is part of the Brigantia Learning Trust, an academies parternship with feeder school Hinde House 3-16 School.
It opened to the public and to students in September 2004 at a cost of £8.5 million. The college has been visited by both the former Prime Minister Tony Blair and the former Home Secretary David Blunkett MP (who both opened it). It is just north of the Northern General Hospital on Barnsley Road (A6135), although the entrance is on Horninglow Road. It was designed by Ellis Williams of Preston Brook and built by Kier Northern.
The college has many different resources. These range from Interactive whiteboards in each class room, to the Learning Resource Centre (LRC). The college also has a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) which is powered by the Open Source Course Management System (CMS), Moodle.
Lifelong Learning Network
- Firth Park Academy - local 11 to 16 school in the area
- Fir Vale School - local 11 to 16 school in the area
- Hinde House School - local 3 to 16 school in the area
- "Students celebrate achievements at a Sheffield sixth form college". The Star. 15 April 2015. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
- Official website
- RIBA Award 2005
- Solar shading
- Use of aluminium in the building
- Joinery of the building