HUNDREDS of students flocked to a South Derbyshire school to learn about the options available to them for next year.
The Pingle School, in Swadlincote, opened its doors to Year 11 pupils to showcase over thirty A level and BTEC courses.
Jo Wilson, heads of sixth form, told The Mail: ‘We have a wide range of courses for the students to choose from and the facilities are second to none. There is free wi-fi and iPads are available for the students.’
“The iPads will be a great addition to the learning in classes.
“The evening was a great success and we are looking forward to welcoming the students in September.”
Applications to the Pingle School sixth form can be made by visiting the schools website.