Student Services

Student Services is located next to Reception in the Hampton building. From here you can speak to staff about: lockers, car parking, Parentpay, work experience, trips, Student cards, bursary and Arbor issues.

General Opening times:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30 – 4:30 Thursday and Friday 8:00 – 4:30

Bursary Enquiries
Monday – Friday 8:30 – 2:30  

Student Societies

There are several student-run societies that students can join as an enrichment activity. Societies are run and led by students and include:

  • British Sign Language
  • Book club
  • Anime Society
  • Creative Crafts Club
  • Culture club
  • Debate Society
  • Gaming Society
  • Islamic Society
  • Justice Society
  • Employability Society
  • Environmental Society
  • LGBTQ+ Society
  • Life skills / Volunteering Society
  • Gym Society
  • First Aid Society
  • Young Entrepreneur
  • Wellbeing Society
  • Urdu (enrichment)
  • Health Ambassadors (enrichment)
  • Student Council (enrichment)

If you would like to set up a society, please contact Tina Champion (SDO Co-ordinator). Student societies are a great way to meet new people and develop employability skills such as leadership and communication and teamwork.

Student Voice

Solihull Sixth Form College has over 2,400 students, which makes the college one of the largest sixth form colleges in the country. Student voice involves the opinions, beliefs, and perspectives of all students. Listening to the collective student voice means that we listen to and respond to what really matters to our students.

During their time here, there will a range of opportunities for students to have their voice heard:

  • Curriculum student voice where students will be able to discuss aspects of their teaching, learning and assessment within a curriculum area
  • Coaching Student Voice Leaders who share the views of their academic coaching group to the student council
  • Question time event where students pose questions to the principal
  • Formal student questionnaires which provide students the opportunity to share their opinions on a wide range of aspects of college life.
  • The student council work closely with the college’s senior leadership team. Two members of Student Council are also on the College’s Corporate Board and student council Members are involved in the appointment of new staff.
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