Open Days October 2021
Saturday 2 October, 10am to 1pm
Thursday 21 October, 4.30pm to 7.30pm
Come and explore our fabulous campus, meet our teachers, see our facilities and find out about our courses.
Come along to our October 2021 Open Days. Experience Paston College for yourself. Discover the great opportunities which Paston can open up for you.
Our Open Days will let you experience first hand what it's like to study at Paston. At the event you can:
- explore your options and find out about different pathways to meet your ambitions
- get advice on the courses that may be right for you from our expert advisers
- take a tour of our unique campus and its excellent teaching facilities
- speak to students and staff about life at Paston and what to expect
- get information on travel, finance, student support and how to apply
There's no need to book ahead, you can just turn up on the day. And there's no need to wait: you can apply to join us in September 2022 from 1 October (hit the big read button at the top of the page!) and then find out more when you come to see us.
Saturday 2 October, 10am to 1pm and Thursday 21 October 4.30pm-7.30pm
Why Paston College?
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 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.
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.