An academic adventure on the Rainford minibus began on Wednesday 1st July as fifteen of the college’s brightest students set off for the prestigious universities of Oxford and Cambridge, a journey with the potential to change their lives.
At first, I really struggled to get a work experience placement, particularly as I want to study Law at university and eventually go into the law profession but placements in law are so difficult to get and I began to worry.
Throughout the fortnight we built several libraries within various schools of Kumasi, with the hope that the children who attended could receive the best education possible and would in-turn be able to better themselves for later life.
Confused, frustrated and panicked. These are just some of the emotions you feel when your experience of Year 12 is coming to an end and suddenly, you have to make vital decisions about your future career and pathway that you will take to get there.
I attended the Liverpool John Moores University summer residential last week. During the three days I was there, I had such a great time and gained some valuable skills like teamwork and communication.
On the afternoon of Tuesday 17th March Rainford Sixth Form students took part in a sponsored Fun Run.This has become an annual event in the Sixth Form…
The school has two residential units, and its music rooms consisted of a very bland design, which was not very simulating for the students. This gave Rainford Sixth Form the opportunity to support the school for all the good work that they do by improving the music rooms…
Higher Lane, Rainford St Helens,
Merseyside, WA11 8NY
Telephone: 01744 885914
By Car: Travelling by car – from south/north – Visitor Parking is at the front of school.
By Bus: From St Helens bus station – Numbers 38 and 356 routes
By Train: Travelling by train – St Helens Junction