CSFC Debating Society continues to exceed expectations


CSFC Debating Society continues to exceed expectations This month has seen Cardiff Sixth Form College’s Debating Society enjoy more success, further building upon their excellent reputation:Another su... Read More

CSFC students take a lesson in modern day slavery


When we think about slavery we often conjure up colonial imagery of chains, shackles and barbaric forms of torture. However, despite slavery now being illegal in every country around the world, it is ... Read More

CSFC reaches the finals of Oxford Union Schools’ Debating Competition


CSFC Debating Society has reached the finals of the Oxford Union Schools’ Debating Competition for the first time ever. On Saturday 12th March, Calum Wincott and Austin Tang took part in the finals of... Read More

Debating team success


The Cambridge Schools Debating Competition is one of the biggest debating competitions for school children in the world. Each year, over one thousand talented youngsters compete to make it to Cambridg... Read More

CSFC students get to grips with politics in Westminster and Cardiff Bay


Students from Cardiff Sixth Form College have enjoyed a master class in the legislative process in Westminster and Cardiff Bay. The session aimed to help students to understand how laws are made in th... Read More

British boarding schools: stereotypes vs. reality


What springs to your mind when you think of a traditional British boarding school? For many, the notion still conjures up images of Eton school boys, cold porridge and in more recent years, Hogwart’s ... Read More

Cardiff Sixth Form College named amongst four unique British boarding schools


Last week, we published an article written by Samuel Chan, a director at Britannia StudyLink, about how the reality of contemporary British boarding schools differs from traditional stereotypes and th... Read More

Students speak through lightbeams


Students at Cardiff Sixth Form College have been given the opportunity to speak through light beams in an experiment previously set as one of the challenges on the popular BBC2/Open University TV seri... Read More

CSFC awarded with a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship


Megha Hedge, a former student from Cardiff Sixth Form College has celebrated their success at receiving the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Megha ... Read More



Cardiff Sixth Form College has been hailed ‘Britain’s Brainiest School’ in a new BBC documentary to be aired Wednesday 3rd February.Cardiff Sixth Form College, an independent sixth form college based ... Read More

CSFC Open Day


The best way to decide whether Cardiff Sixth Form College is right for you is to visit us. Our students come from different backgrounds, but they all have enquiring minds, high aspirations and work ex... Read More



Over the past weeks, Cardiff Sixth Form College has had the pleasure of competing in a number of different debating competitions. At these events, students had to give speeches on a variety of issues ... Read More



Each year, students from many schools and colleges join together to compete in the NASA Space Settlement Design Competition. Students must form groups and design all aspects of a space settlement incl... Read More

CFSC Tops Education Advisers' League Tables Once Again


Cardiff Sixth Form College is proud to be placed at the top of the Education Advisers league tables once again in three categories: Top private school in the UK by A Level results for 2015  Top priv... Read More

CSFC Student receives Roentgenium Award


CSFC student Bhurint Siripanthtong has recently been awarded the top prize of a Roentgenium Award in the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge. The 2015 paper had over 8,500 entries, split into the various a... Read More

CSFC visits the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)


Particle Physics is about answering some of the ‘big questions’ in physics. What are the basic building blocks of matter? How did the Universe begin? What is the nature of reality? Looking for some o... Read More

Work Observation Week, 2015


Work Observation is essential in strengthening the students’ university applications and is central to their professional development. CSFC students have interesting and challenging experiences that a... Read More

Garth Mountain Climb


Garth Hill (usually called The Garth, or Garth Mountain, Mynydd y Garth in Welsh) is a hill located near the village of Pentyrch in Cardiff. It is thought to be the inspiration for “Ffynnon Garw”, the... Read More

CSFC student represents his country in the Youth Commonwealth Games


Jack Tonge, an A2 student from the college has been representing the Cayman Islands at Rugby Sevens in the Commonwealth Youth Games.  Up to 1000 young Commonwealth athletes aged 14-18 represented the... Read More

NASA Expert Visits CSFC


On Friday 4th September Cardiff Sixth Form College was visited by Doctor Jack Bacon, an expert in spacecraft integration and in aerospace systems architectures. He currently works for NASA at the John... Read More