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Salford City College

Salford City College
Established 2009
Type Further Education
Principal Martin Sim
Senior Vice Principal Jackie Moores
Location Dronfield Road
Greater Manchester
M6 7FR
England, United Kingdom
Local authority Salford
DfE number 355/8600
DfE URN 130509 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 5,204[1]
Gender Mixed
Ages 16 Years Old+
Website Official Website

Salford City College is a further education college based in Salford, England. It opened on 1 January 2009, as the result of a merger between Salford College, Eccles College and Pendleton College to form a 'supercollege'.[2] Salford City College continues to function in the same buildings that the previous colleges had.

City Sixth Form Centre

City Sixth Form Centre is located on Lissadel Street. All of Salford City College's construction/trade courses and ESOL courses are held at this centre.

Eccles Sixth Form Centre

Eccles Sixth Form Centre was an independent College, Eccles College that is now part of Salford City College in Eccles, Greater Manchester, England. It opened in 1 January 2009 as part of the super college Salford City College. The site currently provides AS and A level courses, but also vocational training in many subjects Students may also retake their maths and English GCSEs at the centre.

Pendleton Sixth Form Centre

One site which that was a part of Pendleton College is still open and operating under the Salford City College header.

Pendleton Sixth Form Centre on Dronfield Road.

Walkden Sixth Form Centre

Walkden Sixth Form Centre is located on Walkden Road in Worsley. The centre has a range of vocational courses for 16-19 year olds as well as some adult courses such as counselling and access to higher education.

See also


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  2. ^ Dissolution Order
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