The Maple Group
St Dominic’s Sixth Form College is proud to be one of 13 of the country’s leading sixth form colleges who are members of the Maple Group (Chaired by Remley Mann, Principal of King Edward VI College, Stourbridge) – a powerful national partnership to promote outstanding teaching for young people.
Collectively the Maple Group makes a major contribution to the nation’s economy with a combined enrolment of well over 20,000 youngsters. Over 80% of students from our colleges will progress to Higher Education, around a third accepting places in the UK’s leading Russell Group universities.
The group was launched on March 25, 2013 and represents England’s most successful providers of post-16 education.
Andrew Parkin, Principal of St Dominic’s, said:
We are proud to be a founder member of the Maple Group with the opportunity to work with other beacon colleges across the country to ensure that we deliver the very best educational experience for our students. It’s an opportunity to learn from each other and deliver outstanding teaching for our young people.
For more information on the work of The Maple Group, please go to: maplegroup.org.uk
Members of The Maple Group are:
- Cardinal Newman College, Preston
- Greenhead College, Huddersfield
- Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge
- Holy Cross College, Bury
- King Edward VI College, Stourbridge
- Peter Symonds College, Winchester
- St Dominic’s Sixth Form College, Harrow
- Winstanley College, Wigan
- Carmel College, Merseyside
- Cirencester College, Gloucestershire
- Farnborough Sixth Form College, Hampshire
- Hereford College, Hereford
- Woodhouse College, London