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WELCOME TO WILBERFORCE SIXTH FORM COLLEGE

The strength of Wilberforce comes from our focus as a specialist sixth form college, delivering exclusively to 16-19 year olds. This means the courses we offer, our staffing and resources are all targeted at helping you to achieve your full potential, in an environment designed especially for you.

Whether you have set your sights on university, training or work, you will be given the very best chance of success. We offer fantastic opportunities and experiences and have a dedicated student support team to provide support and advice when you need it.

We will ensure you grow in confidence, get great results which will allow you to progress in your chosen career pathway.

Colin Peaks, Principal

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Joseph Sturdy

Joseph Sturdy

F1 RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER AT SAHARA FORCE INDIA
Joseph was a student at Wilberforce College from 2008 to 2010 and studied Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Graphics. Now, he is a Researcher and Development Engineer at Sahara Force India.

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