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Dereham Sixth Form College

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Dereham Sixth Form College

Dereham Sixth Form College
Opened: 1977
Director: Ms. Phyliss O'Grady
Education Type: State Comprehensive
Qualifications: AS & A Levels
Website: Dereham Sixth Form College

Dereham Sixth Form College is a post-16 state comprehensive sixth form centre in the Norfolk town of Dereham, England. The centre is operated by Neatherd Community High School and Northgate High School, offering AS level and A level opportunities for students from the two secondary schools. Although most students come from the two Dereham secondary schools, some students come from further afield, such as Watton (Wayland Academy), Litcham (Litcham High School), Swaffham (Hamond's High School) and Wymondham (Wymondham High School).

Teaching at the sixth form is provided by core specialist staff and staff from Neatherd and Northgate High Schools. All teaching is carried out within the College but occasionally some students make use of special facilities available at the two high schools which are nearby.

Notable former pupils


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