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01692 402334

Open Evening July 2021

paston college open days 2019
paston college open days 2019
paston college open days 2019

Open Evening

Thursday 1 July, 4pm - 7pm

If you're starting college in September, come along to Paston Collge in the heart of North Walsham and see what's on offer. We're looking forward to seeing you whether you've already applied or not.

 

Book a place 

Our College is all about helping students achieve their ambitions. Whether it’s going to university or following a dream career, Paston College provides the perfect environment for students to succeed.

This summer's open evening is for students who are planning on joining us in September 2021. If you're currently in Year 10 we'll be running open days in the autumn and we really look forward to welcoming you then.


If you're coming to college in September this is your chance to come and see the campus. You'll need to book an arrival time to help us manage numbers. Once you're here you'll get a chance to ask questions, look around, check out our great facilities and get a feel for studying at Paston College .

If you haven't applied yet, you're not too late. We have some places left and this is your chance to get advice about what course is best for you.  

  • Course information find out more about the courses you are interested in and meet the people who will be teaching you.
  • Campus tour take a tour and see for yourself what makes studying here so good, and what student life is like outside the classroom.
  • Finance, Travel and SEN Support  speak to our expert advisers about student finance, travelling to college and SEN support.
  • Admissions and Applications check on the status of your application or get support on applying to college

We ask you to book an arrival time slot so that we can manage numbers on campus. We'll then send you all the information you need to get the most from your day. Please feel free to bring one other person with you: we're sorry but we can't accommodate larger groups. 

Book a slot for 1 July

 

Sam Meyer with Ed Sheeran on production shoot

“My time at college helped me form an early style and opinion on the aesthetic of the images I create.”

Sam Meyer - Director of Photography (former Media Studies A Level student)
Tallulah at television studio

“I never would have expected to get where I am today. My course and tutors were excellent.”

Tallulah Self - TV production editor (former Creative Media BTEC student)
Close-up of Christopher Sainton Clark performing with students on Paston Griffons Theatre stage

“I learnt so much from being at college, I matured as a person and made great friends.”

Christopher Sainton-Clark - Company stage manager (former A Level student)

Why Study at Paston College?

Excellent Results

Paston College has a long tradition of outstanding results. This is the result of our specialist teaching staff who are passionate about their subjects and motivate and inspire students.

Our A Level results in 2019 place us among the top performing A Level providers in Norfolk. 79% of students achieved A*-C grades and over half of our students achieved the higher A*-B grades.

A Level Results Day 2019 Paston College
Oxford University exterior

Outstanding progression

Our students progress to outstanding destinations.

The majority of students progress to university. Around 25% of those who apply are accepted at some of the country’s leading universities including Oxford and Cambridge. A number of students also progress to high quality apprenticeships and jobs.

Friendly and supportive environment

We pride ourselves on the welcoming and friendly atmosphere offered at Paston College.

Unlike traditional school sixth forms, our students are treated like adults. You will experience independence while also being given access to a wide range of help and support. This includes specialist support for university, apprenticeship and job applications. This helps ensure that you succeed and achieve your aspirations.

Paston students chatting on campus lawns