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Annual Events

The whole College community comes together for four major events in the year.  The students and staff look forward to these events and everyone is involved whether organising, taking part, spectating or supporting.

Cultural Event

Perhaps the most important whole school event of the year is the Cultural Event – an Oscar-style Award Ceremony and dinner. The event is designed to celebrate the 43 nationalities we have at the College and those who have shown excellence in a variety of areas of the school including academic, House, boarding, pastoral, super and extra-curricular.  The event is Black Tie and many of the students dress in their national costume.  The colourful array of African, Asian and European clothes, modelled by our students, is truly an incredible sight to behold.  The event includes a full three-course meal, entertainment supplied by the students and speeches before the awards ceremony commences.

Sports Day

Sports Day, which takes place at a local sports stadium, is a fun, colourful day where the students enjoy athletic events such as sprinting and long jump through to fun races including the egg and spoon, three-legged race and staff v students tug of war.  The students compete in House teams and have specially coloured House T-shirts and medals are given to the winners of every event with a Sports Day Cup awarded to the winning House.


The Eisteddfod is a talent show which has been held at the spectacular Wales Millennium Centre, home to the world-famous Welsh National Opera and National Orchestra for Wales.  Our students perform in one of the stunning concert halls with its state-of-the-art acoustics. This event really gives students the opportunity to showcase their individual talents from playing instruments such as the saxophone, piano, guitar or cello, singing solo, in duets and in bands, performing stand-up comedy routines, compering or delivering stunning ballet, hip hop or contemporary dance routines.  There is a panel of four staff judges who X-Factor style give fun and amusing feedback to the performers and award them a score out of ten.  Supported by the whole school who watch the show, the Eisteddfod is one of the highlights of the Cardiff year.


One of the most popular extra-curricular clubs at Cardiff Sixth Form College is the GLEE Club – a musical theatre club led by a professional director and supported by staff from across the College. Performed at a local theatre, students put on a production every year with past performances including Mulan, Grease, Hairspray, Aladdin and The Lion King.  Students can take part by acting, helping backstage and front of house and the performances, normally held in the spring term, are watched by the whole staff and student community.

CSFC Eisteddfod 13th Feb 2019