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Cadbury Sixth Form College

Cadbury Sixth Form College
Established 1983
Principal Jeremy Rogers
Location Downland Close
Birmingham
West Midlands
B38 8QT
England
Local authority Birmingham
Ofsted Reports
Students 1000
Gender Mixed
Ages 16–19
Website Cadbury Sixth Form College

Cadbury Sixth Form College is a sixth form college in Kings Norton, Birmingham, United Kingdom. It takes students from 130 schools in the West Midlands and from state/private schools from further afield. The college principal is Jeremy Rogers, and the Chair of Governors is Robert Michell. In its 2014 Ofsted inspection, the college was rated "good".

Founded in 1983, the college was established alongside Josiah Mason College and Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College, each named after a figure in Birmingham's history—John Cadbury, Josiah Mason and Joseph Chamberlain.[1]

Of the college's 1,050 students, approximately 75% attend university. The college delivers 45 subjects at Advanced and BTEC level.[1]

Alumni

References

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External links

  • www.cadcol.ac.uk
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