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Havering Sixth Form College
Established 1991
Type Sixth Form College
Principal Paul Wakeling
Location Wingletye Lane
RM11 3TB
Students 2,060 (approx.)
Ages 16 to 19
Telephone 01708 514400
Fax 01708 514488

Havering Sixth Form College (alternatively styled Havering VI Form College), abbreviated as HSFC, is a sixth form college in Wingletye Lane, Hornchurch in the London Borough of Havering, East London, England. It opened in September 1991, and educates full-time students from the ages of 16 to 19. The college offers a wide range of subjects, in A-level, BTEC and diploma formats, amongst others. The current principal is Paul Wakeling.



The college’s mission statement is as follows:

The College aims to be an outstanding provider of full-time education for 16-19 year olds, embracing diversity and creating excellent opportunities for all. Staff and students will work hard to maximise their potential and promote individual achievement at the highest level.

The college also has an equality and diversity statement reflecting its students:

The College is committed to ensuring that all its students are valued equally and given an equal chance to succeed. All students, staff and visitors are treated with respect and dignity irrespective of their age, class, disablitiy, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation. The College has a Code of Respect and any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment is totally unacceptable in the College.


The college offers many programmes of study for students of different abilities and talents. Qualifications offered include:

In addition to these, students are required to take at least one enrichment course in their first year. Whilst not a qualification in itself, this fills the student’s timetable and gives them the opportunity to explore their interests. In addition, most Upper Sixth students are required to take General Studies.


Enrichment courses

The college offers a range of complementary enrichment course for students to study alongside their chosen qualifications. Many of these courses integrate a Key Skills in Communications qualification, which is necessary for those who achieved a grade C or below in English at GCSE level. If the student’s chosen enrichment course does not incorporate Key Skills, then they must study this subject separately in order to obtain a Key Skills qualification.

In recent years, the college has made it complusory part of its education to students for them to receive a qualification equal to a Level 2 ICT qualification, and Level 2 Communications. However, these will not be necessary if these qualifications have already been received in any form of previous education in a way that deems it irrelevant to study them at the college.


The college is divided into nine main buildings, or blocks:


College Council

The views of the student body are voiced through the College Council, which is made up of at least one representative per tutor group, as well as members of subcommittees including the Executive, Catering, Environmental, Charity and Social committees. The full council meets every half term to feedback from each committee and discuss/vote upon issues that the representatives bring from their tutor group members.

Notable alumni

External links

Coordinates: 51°33′39″N 0°13′58″E / 51.560911°N 0.232912°E / 51.560911; 0.232912


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