We are immensely proud of the way students rose to the challenges presented this year.
It is with great sadness that we have concluded that we are unable to continue with our transition programme as planned due to a growing number of Covid-19 cases across the county, moving towards a virtual delivery model.
As part of Mental Health awareness week, the students of Workington Academy and West Coast sixth form have created a celebratory garland of pompoms!
We are delighted to welcome back all students on Monday 8 March.
Your Future.Here is an exciting initiative funded by Sellafield Ltd and managed by the CfLP on behalf of Cumbria Future Leaders steering group and partners.
Fancy studying zoology? Or does international business management have more appeal? Maybe psychology with criminology sounds like something you could get your teeth into?
Considering your options for after Year 11? Then join us on Wednesday, January 27, to see what the West Coast Sixth Form has to offer you.
Futures Week takes place from November 23-27. It will offer students interactive activities in a range of areas including courses available at West Coast Sixth Form and Lakes College and through apprenticeship providers such as Sellafield, Gen2, System People and RWP.
As part of our ongoing advice and guidance, delivered this year through our new ‘Futures Week’, we are delighted to offer parents/carers the opportunity to meet representatives from apprenticeship providers, Lakes College and our own West Coast Sixth Form.
We are very excited to announce our Head Girl and Head Boy as Holly Hunter and Alex Nicholson.