Cheadle And Marple Sixth Form College

Cheadle And Marple Sixth Form College

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city = Stockport
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Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College, or CAMSFC, is a sixth form college in Stockport. It has two campuses, one in Cheadle and the other in Marple.

The college offers a very wide range of courses, including GSCE's, AS and A Levels, International Baccalaureate, vocational NVQ's and BTEC's, and ACCESS courses for adults.

History of the College

The Cheadle Campus is made up of two old schools. The Moseley Hall Grammar School became the Moseley Building, and the Cheadle County Grammar School for Girls became the Bulkley Building. Initially the college was called Margaret Danyers College.

The Marple Campus was initially called Marple Ridge College.

In 1995 Margaret Danyers College and Marple Ridge College combined to become Ridge Danyers College with two campuses. There were some problems with the Cheadle Campus as part of the Moseley building was declared unsafe in the early 1990s due to the decay of the reinforced concrete with which it was constructed. This building was eventually demolished in August 2001. In October 2004 the college changed its name to CAMSFC (Cheadle And Marple Sixth Form College).

External links

* [ Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College Website]

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