The quality of our education and the support we provide to our students is paramount to us. We will support you all the way so that you can achieve your full potential.
At Hartelpool Sixth Form, we are committed to changing perceptions towards mental health for both students and staff. As part of this commitment we signed the Time to Change pledge.
We have a trained team of mental health first aiders across all college campuses.
The college nurses can offer you confidential information on a wide range of both physical and emotional health and wellbeing.
The college actively celebrates equality and diversity and aims to ensure that all students are treated fairly, with dignity and respect as individuals.
We offer an impartial and confidential counselling service to all students.
Law and politics students were given the opportunity to meet their local MP, Jill Mortimer, during a recent visit to Hartlepool Sixth Form.
September 16, 2021
Staff and students have bid a fond farewell to Head of Hartlepool Sixth Form Mark Hughes after more than four years at the helm.
August 13, 2021
Jane Reed will take over the helm at Hartlepool Sixth Form this summer and will lead us into our next ambitious stage of growth and development.
August 12, 2021