Excellent Exam Results
Outstanding Enrichment Programme
Welcome to Rainhill Sixth Form Centre
We are a small Sixth Form college in St Helen’s, who achieve excellent exam results and offer outstanding enrichment in a supportive environment . Our strength is our size, being large enough to to offer a wide range of A-level, BTEC and Technical qualifications at Level 3 and small enough to offer personalised support. Our average class size is eight students allowing teachers to tailor support to individuals needs.
In partnership with FEFA, from 2019-2020, Rainhill Sixth Form can offer excellent education, alongside world class footballl training and sporting development. This makes us an excellent choice, post-16, if you wish to study A Levels or Level 3 BTEC qualifications, alongside developing sporting talents.
Close to the M62 and with bus stops situated just outside our door, it’s easy to get to us from Widnes, Knowsley or Warrington. Rainhill has its very own train station too which is only 20 minutes from Liverpool Lime Street.
We are consistently one of the leading post-16 educators in the area, with results well above the national average. Results have improved for the last four years, with 2018 seeing a 2% rise in the very top grades. Joining us and gaining excellent exam results opens doors to top universities, apprenticeships and employment.
Our Sixth Form extends beyond what happens in the classroom too with our outstanding enrichment. The Supercurriculum, along with the Arts and Science Academies gives students weekly experiences with national employers and large organisations, tailored to their interests. This not only stretches students interests but also prepares them for future applications to University and apprenticeships. Whilst our sports clubs growing in popularity also. Our boys football team has been very popular this academic year and our girls football team and netball team are looking to be equally as popular in 2019-2020.
Double celebrations as Rainhill Sixth Form support National Careers Week and International Women’s Day
Last week saw Rainhill Sixth Form supporting two national events. National Careers Week ran from 4th – 8th March 2019, promoting the importance of careers advice and guidance in schools and colleges and International Women’s Day, on the 8th March 2019, celebrates...read more