Coulsdon College celebrates great A Level and BTEC results

Coulsdon College are celebrating its third year with a 99% pass mark.  You can read more here, and you can see a summary of the results here.

Open Events

Our next Open Event is on  Saturday 5th November 2016 between 10am and 1pm.


Why choose Coulsdon College?

Coulsdon Sixth Form College specialises in providing high quality education for 16-19 year old students in a supportive and caring community and is committed to equality of rights and opportunity.

Since March 2013, Reigate Sixth Form College (a Beacon College graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted) has provided strategic leadership and management to Coulsdon College and is assisting Coulsdon, on its journey to becoming 'Outstanding.'

Fundamental changes have been made across the College and these have now been formally recognised by the College's 'Good' Ofsted Report (published April 2014) and Matthew Hancock MP, Minister for Skills and Enterprise at the Department for Education.

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  • 20 October 2016

    Fashion Students work on display in Youth Arts event

    Coulsdon College BTEC Art and Design (Fashion) students (current and past) will have their work displayed at Croydon Clocktower, Katharine Street on Saturday 29 October 11am-5pm.  They will be part of the Youth Arts Takeover event, which is a free day of creative events, performances and workshops for young people.

  • 19 October 2016

    International Dress Day

    Students came in to College today in International Dress as part of Black History Month.  The Atrium was busy with students enjoying International Food, Drinks, Music and Spoken Word entertainment.

  • 19 October 2016

    Spoken word artist Ismael Musoke visits Coulsdon College

    Ex Business studies student Ismael Musoke visited Coulsdon College today to perform some of hispoetry, as part of the College's Black History Month celebrations.

  • 19 October 2016

    Heart dissection lesson proves to be interesting

    BTEC Health and Social Care students watched with interest today the dissection of a lambs heart.  This was part of their Anatomy and Physiology course.  Some students were more actively engaged than others, but everyone agreed that it was very interesting and useful in their understanding of human health.

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