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Moorlands Sixth Form College

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Moorlands Sixth Form College

Moorlands VI Form Centre
Location
Cheadle, Staffordshire, England
Information
Type Sixth form college
Director Mr Steve Richman
Gender Mixed
Age 16+
Website

Moorlands Sixth Form College is a college located in Cheadle, a historic market town in Staffordshire, England. The college caters for years 12-13, where students can gain A-Level and AS-Level qualifications. The college is owned by Cheadle High School, and has a partnership with local schools: The Cheadle Academy, Leek College, Painsley Catholic College and Moorside High School.

Notable alumni include the band, 'The Radical Peach'

Exam Results

The college recorded a pass rate of 99% in 2005[1] for A-Level qualifications.

External links

  • Moorlands VI Form Homepage

References

  1. ^ The Moorlands College



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