College News

  1. Jess sky dive

    Aquinas College Student Jess Sky Dive for MS

    Brave Jess Butterworth is doing a tandem skydive to raise money to fund more MS nurses. Jess was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis last September. Saturday 14th October 2017, Jess will be jumping out of a plane from 10,000 feet, her mum will take her place if she is not well

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  2. Open Evenings – and Open Day

    This year open events are on Saturday 29th September 2018 10.00am – 1:00pm Wednesday 10th October 2018 6:30pm – 8:30pm Thursday 1st November 2018 6:30pm – 8:30pm The open evenings/day will give you the opportunity to visit the departments and talk to subject teachers. There is also a brief formal address and an

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  3. Results 2017

    It is has been a challenging time for both students and staff following Government changes so we are understandably proud of their achievements and delighted that we received a strong set of A level results, with 53% of students securing A*- B grades and 78% receiving A* – C grades. Once

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  4. Celebrating Aquinas’s Artists

    Do you fancy developing your artistic and creative skills? Have you ever considered undertaking an evening class? Or maybe you are thinking about taking an art and design related subject, as a lower sixth student. Yesterday evening our Adult Education Department held their annual Art Exhibition – a celebration of

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  5. moor magazine a level reforms

    Be ‘Moor’ – Aquinas in the local news

    Aquinas has featured in the last couple of editions of ‘Moor Magazine’. See the latest edition, June/July 2017 issue 45, for an article by Priya Bradshaw explaining A level reform. Moor Magazine is produced for the communities living and working in Stockport’s ‘four Heatons’ – Heaton Mersey, Heaton Chapel,

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  6. aquinas college hopwood hall college greater manchester cup final

    Aquinas Reach The Greater Manchester Cup Final 2017

    Last Friday afternoon, 19th May, our students took part in the men’s Greater Manchester Cup Final. It was held at the home of Stockport County, Edgeley Park. Hopwood Hall College were the opposition – a college based on two campuses in Middleton and Rochdale. Feedback received from staff and fans

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  7. Good Luck!

    Our Principal, Danny Pearson, wrote in the Spring edition of AQ Magazine,   “On behalf of all the staff and Governors at the College can I wish our students the best of luck in their forthcoming exams. Look after yourselves, prepare well and you will achieve the best in everything

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  8. student council NUS conference

    Student Council News

    This week Aquinas played host to a student council training day. Our Student Council in conjunction with the NUS worked together to make it happen. Student council representatives from local colleges joined our students – and by the look of it, it was a great day. There was debate and

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  9. psychology conference steven taylor jim fallon natural born killer

    Psychology Conference

    As preparation for their exams our psychology students have enjoyed a one day conference led by Steven Taylor. Steven is a university psychology lecturer, researcher and respected film-maker. Of note is his video, ‘Natural Born Killers’, covering the nurture vs nature debate. To prepare for the day our students were

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  10. Happy Easter!

    Wishing you all a very peaceful and joyful Easter.    

  11. After Aquinas Evening

    Today we have been holding our careers event, ‘After Aquinas’. It has proved to be so successful that it has become an annual event in the college calendar with over 40 universities and colleges attending along with 30 or so apprenticeship providers and public service employers. The After Aquinas Evening

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  12. Councillors

    Many thanks to three local Councillors who took time out to visit college this week. Charlie Stewart (Labour), Lisa Smart (Liberal Democrat) and Tom Dowse (Conservative) answered a range of questions put forward by our students. The panel of Councillors stayed in college for an hour and a half answering

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