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Open evening at Havering Sixth Form College

15:45 23 January 2013

School leavers are invited to an open evening at Havering Sixth Form College

School leavers are invited to an open evening at Havering Sixth Form College

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Prospective students can find out about the courses on offer at Havering Sixth Form College.

The college in Wingletye Lane, Hornchurch will be holding an open evening and guided tour event on Thursday January 31.

Starting from 7pm to 8.30pm, the evening aims to give visitors information about college life and the courses offered.

College Principal Paul Wakeling will be giving a presentation at 7pm which will be followed by guided tours around various college departments and the opportunity to talk to subject specialists about choices and options available after GCSEs.

The event is open to any prospective year 11 students and their parents.

To come along to the open evening visit admissions@havering-sfc.ac.uk or telephone 01708 514561, leaving your name, contact telephone number and the number of people who will be attending with you.

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