Many students choose to come to Wyke as it offers a very different environment from school.
The mature atmosphere gives students freedom, often not found in school sixth forms, an opportunity to develop your independence, making the best of your choices, talents and opportunities.
Coming to Wyke gives you the freedom to achieve!
Former Wolfreton student Philippa Branton is celebrating gaining a place at an internationally respected dance school.
Philippa is a current Wyke A level student studying Dance, English Language and Media Studies. Having been accepted onto the Phoenix Youth Dance and Yorkshire Young Dancers training schemes last year, she has now successfully auditioned for a place on the Foundation Degree course at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance and will begin her professional training in September 2013.
Watch Philippa perform her audition piece on the Wyke Sixth Form College YouTube channel.
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Students applying to come to Wyke Sixth Form College will experience the completely new college facilities. New buildings
Wyke is famous for its dance, drama and performing arts. The college has taken several of its productions abroad. Wyke drama students have appeared at the Edinburgh ‘Fringe’ and have been the recipients of a number of prestigious national awards. Wyke Theatre